Social distancing paradise
Stay centrally and explore effortlessly - all your vacation needs in one spot! Visit Seward, Cooper Landing, Soldotna, Whittier, Hope, Girdwood and all of Kenai Peninsula from one convenient base. Stay connected in our home with Wifi and a reliable cellular signal; amenities not consistently available in the surrounding area. Escape the noise of traffic! Our home is nestled away from the hustle of the Seward Highway but still convenient to get back on the road quickly. The home features a king size bed and ensuite 1/2 bathroom on the ground level. The ground level has its own entrance/exit leading to the backyard and stairs to access the upper levels. The ground level has a washer/dryer and blackout curtains on all windows for light sensitive guests. The loft bedroom features a queen size bed and is accessed via a ladder-style staircase. The footing is very secure and there is a handrail, but it is steep and not recommended for young children or if you have accessibility issues. Not all windows have blackout curtains in the loft and light sensitive sleepers will prefer the basement bedroom. The second level features a fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar, dining table, full bathroom and living area. There's an outdoor table on a deck, with spectacular panoramic mountain views. The entire home is yours and self catering. Your own transportation is mandatory as there is no reliable public transportation in the area. Once or twice per week, I'm on premise to water the garden and/or mow the lawn and landscape. Self check-in is simple and easy, all you need is the provided door code and instructions. This is a perfect location only 90 minutes south of Anchorage to make your basecamp for exploring all of Kenai Peninsula! That means no packing and unpacking your luggage every other day at a new place. Moose Pass offers an endless amount of hiking trails, lakes for canoeing or kayaking and floatplanes for flightseeing! I highly recommend a picnic on Kenai Lake at Trail River campground on the beach! Cooper Landing is only 15 miles away, where you can be hiking, kayaking, rafting, bear viewing, or fishing for world class salmon and trout on the Russian River or Kenai River. Seward is 34 miles away, where you can take a boat to Kenai Fjords National Park and see tidewater glaciers, humpback whales, orcas, sea lions and sea otters. If you prefer, take a boat and go fishing for world class halibut and salmon. Visit the Alaska Sealife Center. Hike up to see Exit Glacier and the Harding Ice Field. Hope is 39 miles away, where you can raft some class 5 rapids on 6 mile river. The historic town of Hope is an excellent place to visit, the views from the waterfront are a dream. many hiking trails are in the area to explore. If you like live music, The Creekbend has transformed the old Tito's Cafe into one of the best live music scenes in all Alaska on weekends. Whittier is 55 miles away, where you gain access to Prince William Sound. Girdwood is 55 miles away, where you can access hiking trails, restaurants, the aerial tram and much more. Homer is 135 miles away, doable as a day trip for road trip enthusiast. Local restaurants nearby include: Trail Lake Lodge - Moose Pass Summit Lake Lodge - Moose Pass Cooper Landing Brewery/Blue Yeti - Cooper Landing Sunrise Inn - Cooper Landing Rod and Reel - Cooper Landing Two Brothers Roadhouse - Cooper Landing Gwins Lodge - Cooper Landing Rays - Seward Chinooks - Seward Woody's Thai Kitchen - Seward The Cookery - Seward Flamingo Lounge - Seward You will need your own transport. There is a lot of free parking on property. Any Airbnb or hotel in Alaska you choose for your holiday may present situations or things that make people uncomfortable. This includes some things Alaska is famous for like mosquitos! There are also flies, spiders, dangerous wildlife and loose dogs. Enjoying the great outdoors requires your full awareness at all times. Other situations might include power outages and weather related events like wildfires and smoke, non stop rain and cold, strong winds or unusually hot temperatures. In the unusual event of hot temperatures, there is no A/C available in most of Alaska. Last but not least, there will be road construction and this could delay your travels and make you late for excursions or flights. Many roads have pot holes and no pavement. Driving in Alaska requires your full awareness and attention.
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