Bryn-Teg Cottage (Welsh for house on a hill) is a charming 1200 plus square foot house with two bedrooms, two bathrooms on private, beautifully landscaped ground. The cottage is fully furnished right down to Homer's own locally roasted coffee. It is also tastefully decorated with many pictures, curios and books on the 49th State.
The Cottage is located on East Skyline Drive, a picturesque drive less than 6 miles from downtown Homer. Homer offers an endless array of recreational and site seeing opportunities that will leave you with great memories!
After a day of fishing, biking, hiking, skiing, berry picking or sightseeing, you will look forward to returning to the cottage to watch the beautiful sunset of Cook Inlet. In the winter the magnificient northern lights often light up the sky.
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My Grandparents were true Alaskan Pioneers! My Grandfather, a Welshman with an adventuress spirit, traveled to the Klondike in 1898 in search of gold. They later settled in Seldovia, Alaska where my Mother and I were born. We moved to Homer a couple years after the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964.
I have lived in Homer for almost 45 years and have enjoyed every moment of it.
My husband and I built our log home almost 34 years ago, which sits adjacent to our guest house.
We built our guest house for my mother in law who lived in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. After a few health issues she wanted to be closer to her children and grandchildren in her old age.
She loved living her last few years in her little cottage watching the wildlife, flowers and sunsets and Mother Nature at it's finest.
We appreciate Homer visitors enjoying all the bounty and beauty that Kachemak Bay and surrounding areas have to offer. Every day is different, every sunset, sunrise, the color of the sky, clouds...just a never ending pallet of life in Homer by the sea!
The cottage is a short walk from the Wynn Nature Center. Crossmam Ridge Trail and the Homestead Trail are also nearby
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