|Per night||$175 - $350|
|Per week||$1,050 - $2,100|
This spacious well appointed home allows you to kick back and BBQ on the deck (maybe our moose will wander by), watch cable TV or play pool in the family room, spread out in the BIG living room, have very separate roomy sleeping areas, gather in the large country kitchen and dining room for a fresh caught halibut meal and enjoy all the hospitality that Homer offers.
Halibut and Salmon Fishing
Marine Eco Tours (including whale watching)
Flightseeing (check out the nearby glaciers!)
Eagle and other Bird Watching (the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival is held each spring)
Hiking (berries and wildflowers are abundant)
Kachemak Bay excursions (maybe visit Seldovia or Halibut Cove)
|Jun 01 2014||Aug 31 2014||$350||$350||$2,100||-||3 nights|
|Sep 01 2014||Sep 30 2014||$175||$175||$1,050||-||-|
|Apr 24 2015||May 31 2015||$175||$175||$1,050||-||-|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7.5%|
|Deposits: To confirm a reservation, a 1/3rd deposit must be received within 7 days of the date the reservation was made. The balance is to be paid 60 days before arrival. We accept credit card, check or cash.|
|Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier's Check, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: June 1st through August 31st. $350 per night for up to 6 people, with a 3-day minimum. $25 per extra person. Rates are subject to local tax of 7.5%. Pets allowed with $10/day additional fee per pet. Two night stays are accepted with a $100 extra fee attached.|
bakersfield, ca usa
July 31, 2012
this house is hosted by willie cardon and marcie gray, who take guests to the house in sadie cove, across kachemak bay 30 minutes from homer the boat ride is beautiful, otters, bald eagles, seals, sea birds the house sleeps at least eight it has an incredible view of the bay, calm waters, tides that changed for us up to 24 feet every 6 hours, at least 6 kayaks and equipment to cruise the bay in and go up to the end where there is a lagoon that is covered and uncovered by the tide. the house is a classic, large windows above and below of the cove, wood stove works great, nice kitchen, wood heated sauna, nice deck to watch the tide come and go, beautiful sailboat tied offshore to accentuate the beauty, a black bear across the bay seen on the beach, nearly every day, bald eagles, otters and occasional seal. recommend checking the tide tables to go when the tide change is greatest, so that you can sneak back into the lagoon and see even more wildlife. we went for 2 nights, and than i booked another night to take newly arrived family members to see it. the home has been built by owner willie cardon, and he is an arborist and woodworker by trade. great for people wanting to get away from it all, and those who would like to kayak on a perfectly calm ocean cove. there is a barbecue pit on the beach, outdoor toilet with an amazing view of the cove, electricity generated by falling water from the snowmelt, a separate living quarter for 2 as well. Recommend walking the beach at low tide for all the sea creatures, and clamming if you like. the above owners were friendly, helpful, and informative.
What a wonderful home. Plenty of room to spread out & relax. Saw mamma & baby moose at the house every day! Did lots of halibut & salmon fishing. Seen Soldotna, Seldovia, Seward, little Russian towns at the end of the Bay & of course Homer. All the people are so friendly! Had a hard time getting use to all the daylight. Didn't know when to end the day. Played way to hard! Thank-you for all your hospitality!!!
What a wonderful vacation.
We will be back to see more of Alaska!