Alaska's Treehouse Bed and Breakfast is
located two hours south of Anchorage on the eastern Kenai
Peninsula. Nestled in two acres of towering spruce and hemlock
at the base of the 5,000-foot Chugach Mountains, the Treehouse
offers lodging with outstanding views of Hearth Mountain and
Mount Alice with their hanging glaciers. Forest trails invite
you to stroll and relax, yet you are only minutes from the
activities of Seward.
The Treehouse specializes in catering to
the adventuresome traveler who prefers a multiple-night stay
in order to truly explore this beautiful area.
The Suite can sleep up to 5 guests
with its comfortable queen and twin beds in one large room and
double bed in an adjoining room. The Suite has a private
entrance, private bath with tiled shower, and small
refrigerator. The Forest Room, with its queen bed,
antiques and peaceful view into the forest, shares a very
unique bathroom with skylight and custom wildflower tile work
by a local artist. You are invited to relax in the large hot
tub on the multi-level deck surrounded by evergreens and
containers of bright summer flowers.
Hiking and walking trails begin a few feet
from the Inn's door and may lead to sightings of moose,
porcupine, and a variety of birds, including bald eagles.
Fishing, kayaking, cross-country skiing, birding, and biking
are just a few of the many activities available during your
stay in Seward. The bed and breakfast is just minutes from the
Small Boat Harbor with its charter fishing boats and Kenai
Fjords tour boats. Exit Glacier, an extremely popular
attraction for hikers and photographers, is also close at
hand. Art galleries, fine dining, and a visit to the Alaska
SeaLife Center round out your Seward experience. Your hosts
are happy to recommend tours of the fjords and book them at no
added charge to you.
After 23 years of innkeeping, Sheila and Al are taking
the summer of 2012 off! Instead of hosting guests, they will
be traveling and the inn will be temporarily closed.
Alaska's Treehouse Bed and Breakfast is a
very unique wood-crafter's home that focuses on comfort. The
vaulted cedar ceilings, skylights, solarium (where your
breakfast is served), and intricate, curved deck railings
reflect the artisan's skill. Antiques and Alaskan art add
further interest. Guest rooms are large and inviting with
fresh new linens, an ample supply of Alaskan reading
material, and Wireless Internet
Hot sourdough pancakes, herbed scrambled
eggs with warm cinnamon bread, or buttermilk waffles topped
with warm sauces made from the many wild berries your hosts
pick on the Kenai are standard breakfast fare. Fruit juice;
fresh fruit, good, hot coffee and tea complete the menu.
"As outdoor enthusiasts, we are
delighted to share our love and knowledge of the Kenai
Peninsula and want to make your stay at the Treehouse Bed and
Breakfast a highlight of your Alaskan adventure." ...
Sheila and Al