Alaska Holiday Homes
Vacation Rental Homes
Phyllis was born and raised in Homer where her parents owned the Inlet Trading Post - now the Bunnell Street Arts Center in Old Town. Kit hails from Scotland where he worked as a logger, groundskeeper, and gardener. His expertise has been a great boon to the Homer property!
Although Phyllis has recently retired from teaching in Bush Alaska , Kit continues as Coordinator for Village Maintenance & Operations with the North Slope School District in Barrow, Alaska. Phyllis travels to visit, but spends most of her time in Homer. We enjoy traveling ourselves, and hope to share our enjoyment of Kackemak Bay - fishing, gardening, hiking, and boating with you, our guests.
We provide three unique accommodations to meet your needs. All feature spectacular views of the Kenai Mountains and Kachemak Bay and are located just 1.2 miles from town center.
on the garden level of the duplex, sleeps up to four guests with one bedroom and a sofa sleeper in the living room.
on the upper lever of the duplex, has three bedrooms and sleeps up to six people.
is a separate home on two levels, and has two bedrooms that sleep four comfortably.
All three units receive 9 + local channels.
All three units have DISH satellite TV.
High speed WiFi allows for streaming movies, playing games, and if you must, work.
Each home has a private seating area from which to appreciate the beautiful views.
All bathrooms are furnished with soaps, luxury towels, shampoo, conditioner, hair dryer and body lotion.
Fully equipped for cooking-in. We also stock local coffee beans and half/half for that first morning cup!
Blu-ray DVD Player
Enjoy your own or rented DVD movies.
THINGS TO DO
See Full Listing at Homer Chamber of Commerce:
Wednesday & Saturday
"Loved staying here. It was really nice to be able to bring our dog along as this is a pet friendly rental. The first thing I noticed is how impeccably clean the whole place was. Comfortable bed and had streaming service in the living room. Would highly recommend to anyone staying in Homer."