Alaska September 12, 2019
Take In Sunsets Over An Active Volcano At Alaska’s Breathtaking Anchor River Lodge
If you’re on the Kenai Peninsula and looking for the best views of the volcanoes across the bay, the Anchor River Lodge is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the sites of the area! Enjoy world class fishing, walk along the gorgeous beach, and enjoy the bluff views of Mt. Ilimana after dinner with a glass of wine.
This beautiful lodge is located in the little town of Anchor Point, Alaska.
It's located on the Kenai Peninsula, about 20 minutes outside of Homer, Alaska. Anchor Point is on the Anchor River, with lots of world class fishing to enjoy!
The home is welcoming, with large windows and warm wood furniture.
The common areas are large and welcoming! Picture yourself enjoying breakfast while looking out over the property before a day of exploring the area!
The leather furniture is cozy, and the high ceilings give a big, airy feel to the space!
It's a great spot to unwind after a day of fishing the beautiful Anchor River. Or perhaps you spent the morning walking the beach, and you want to read your favorite book in the light filled living room!
There are many bedrooms for you to choose from.
There are six different types of rooms to choose from. They have three separate queen bedrooms, two with twin beds if you need the extra space!
There's also one family room, that has a full bed and two twin beds for a larger area.
The rooms are considered "suite style" and they do offer a shared bathroom with another room. The rooms are tastefully decorated with cozy pieces and gorgeous linens.
You may run into some local wildlife, even in your driveway!
Keep your eyes peeled for moose, bald eagles, and possibly some whales in the bay. If you enjoy golfing, there's the Fireweed Gold Course and driving range nearby!
You can enjoy these views in Anchor River at the lodge all year round!
You can find this gorgeous property at their Address: 34358 Old Sterling Highway, Anchor Point, AK 99556. Give them a call or visit their website to make reservations!
Have you visited Anchor River Lodge? What did you think? Would you go back again? Let us know in the comments below!
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