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I was in Anchorage for business and had 1 weekend to try to see the Northern Lights. Typically, one goes north for the lights but the only area that was clear was south in Seward. I spoke to Pat on the phone and told her...More
I've traveled the globe...and this is one of my favorite spots!
Pat is a great hostess!!!
She is very knowledge, and quick to help book activities.
Her cooking is without par...her ice cream bars are delicious!
We had a lovely stay at Bear Lake in the Lakeside Suite with our 11-month old daughter. Pat and Dennis went out of their way to make us comfortable and make us feel at home. We had wonderful breakfasts and Pat even accommodated my husband's...More
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Response from bearlakepilot, Owner at Bear Lake Lodgings B&BResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your writing a review and very much appreciate your kind comments. We look forward to the time Alaska calls your family back north and we hope it's very soon! We hope frequent visits to Seward will be on the families Alaskan lifestyle...More
Our room was spacious, clean and very comfortable. The bathroom, whilst a non share, was in a different room so unfortunately that is the only negative i have. Susan was a fantastic host. Very friendly. Anyone coming to Seward would be wise to book this...More
Response from bearlakepilot, Owner at Bear Lake Lodgings B&BResponded 2 weeks ago
The Lakeside Suite is our largest suite with the most extras during the 2017 summer season. Our 4 guest room B&B was built to be a family home, we have done are absolute best to make all the existing and added plumbing in the house...More
Dennis , Pat and Susan could not have been more accommodating during our three night stay at Bear Lake Lodge! The rooms were very comfortable,roomy and private. Our hosts knew all of the great restaurants and highlights in Seward as well as the history, geography...More
Response from bearlakepilot | Property representative |
The best time in the whole state to see the Northern Lights is January and February due to the cold temperatures. The storms pass through without leaving clouds and fog as often as they due in the fall. Weather plays a... More
The best time in the whole state to see the Northern Lights is January and February due to the cold temperatures. The storms pass through without leaving clouds and fog as often as they due in the fall. Weather plays a HUGE role into whether you see the lights or not. Typically, the further north you go - the better your chances are of getting to view them - that is why most visitors head to Fairbanks.
We would love to have you visit us in Seward - but counting on seeing the Northern Lights in Seward is very optimistic. The University of Fairbanks has a website for forecasting the Aurora - please reference their website for lots of information at the Aurora - Northern Lights! gi.alaska.edu/AuroraForecast
We are open in the winter months - please call and check to be sure we are planning to be around! Our winter rates are VERY good and Bear Lake is usually frozen allowing for xc skiing, snowshoe walks or snow hikes. The Alaska Sealife Center is open year round in Seward too. THANKS for asking! Pat
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