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Kenai Peninsula, Prince William Sound, and Homer Hotels

Driftwood Inn

  • 135 W. Bunnell Ave. Map It
  • $
  • Luxurious Retreat

Pros

  • Accommodation for every budget

Cons

  • Some of the inn's rooms are small

Updated 08/19/2014

Fodor's Review

With an RV park, two deluxe lodges, a cottage, and a historic inn, the Driftwood accommodates a range of travelers. The inn has "ship's quarters" with cedar walls and a pull-down bed, and "European rooms" with queen-size beds, dining-room tables, microwaves, refrigerators, full private baths, and private outside entrances. Downstairs is a comfortable sitting room with fireplace, TV, books and videos. A small eating area has self-service coffee, tea, pastries, and cereal.

The bluff-front lodges, which sleep up to 12 ($950), have spacious rooms overlooking Kachemak Bay, with private bathrooms and king-size beds; the Cottage ($175–$245), which sleeps up to eight and overlooks the bay, has two bedrooms, a loft, and a full and half bath. You have full access to the inn's facilities if you stay at the on-site campground and full-hookup RV park ($40–$45).

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Hotel Information

Address:

135 W. Bunnell Ave., Homer, Alaska, 99603, USA

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Phone:

907-235–8019

Hotel Details:

  • 22 rooms, 14 with bath; 1 cottage
  • Breakfast

Updated 08/19/2014

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