Homer Cabin Rental Photos and Description
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath (Sleeps 3)
Our rustic 12' x 16' rental cabins, located on the McLean family home-site, are only steps away from the beach and waterfront of Kasitsna and Kachemak Bays. Each cabin, surrounded by spruce and alder, offer spectacular views of the bays, islands, and snow-capped mountains. Built by Jack and Jo McLean, Alaskan pioneers, the Pioneer Cabin faces Kasitsna Bay and glows in the morning sunrise. The Cannery Cabin, built by Kristi and Brad, faces Kachemak Bay and catches the evening sunsets. Both cabins are equipped with full-sized bed and extra sleeping cot, full kitchens with running water, microwave, small fridge, electric heat, shower, and toilet. We provide utensils, pots and pans, towels and linens, and WIFI. Each cabin site includes picnic table, BBQ with propane, Adirondack chairs, clam rakes and buckets. Renters may use our fish cleaning table, freezer space, and rowboat.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Kristi McLean
Your hosts, Kristi McLean and Brad Langvardt, are true Alaskans having spent most of their adult lives working and enjoying the great Alaska outdoors. Kristi, a life long Alaskan, was raised in a log cabin by her pioneer parents. By the age of 20, she had already coached skating and skiing, commercial fished, and was running her own boat and crew. Commercial fishing for salmon, halibut, crab, and herring have take her throughout Alaska's waters. A self-taught artist, working primarily in clay, she teaches and creates art in her studio, camps, retreats, and schools. Brad arrived in Alaska as a teenager, found work with a big-game guide, and at 21 became a registered guide. He started his own guiding business and for over 20 years guided hunters and fishermen from all over the globe. Being a pilort for over 40 years, he has been able to see most of Alaska from his plane. In addition to building wood skiffs and drift boats, he is a skilled story-teller.
Kristi McLean purchased this cabin in 1965
Why Kristi McLean chose Homer
The inspirational wonder of Alaska's marine environment is right outside your cabin door.
What makes this cabin unique
The waters of Kachemak Bay are some of the richest in the world for sea life, offering visitors an unforgettable experience. Here you will see bald eagles and sea otters from your doorstep. The unique geology of the area, has produced a fantastic setting for beach combing, tide pooling (best at minus tides), fishing and wild life. Watch the sun rise over one beach and set over the other.