I'm not sure what we can add to the already excellent reviews. We had the smaller cabin. It felt homey, like we had our own little fishing cabin in the woods. There are horses next to the cabins, and there are shady trees and purple fireweed. It's so much nicer than staying at a sterile hotel! The kitchen was fully stocked with breakfast items. The hosts, Jacquie and John, had just come back from fishing in the morning and when they found that we hadn't planned dinner, gave us a huge piece of halibut from their morning catch. They explained how to cook it by enclosing it in aluminum foil, adding some oil, garlic, and whatever else you want and cook for 20 minutes at 400 degrees. There is a barbecue right outside the cabin, and the fish came out perfect! We had a memorable stay! There is wifi, and for electronic gadget people like us, lots of electrical outlets in the bedroom. The only thing I wasn't fond of was the queen bunkbed. It was a little hard to get in and out of. But that's minor. I felt like we had a true Alaska experience and a new recipe to use when we get home.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Two cute and cozy cabins on 20 private acres. We offer convenience and privacy during your stay on the Kenai peninsula. Owners are lifetime Alaskans and we would love to share our "little piece of heaven" with you. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Cabin B&B Alaska/Kenai