Stillpoint Lodge Alaska

Escape the world with a relaxing stay at Stillpoint Lodge, offering rejuvenation, outdoor adventure, and fun. This upscale Alaskan wilderness lodge delivers the ideal balance of customised outbound excursions, exciting activities, and deep relaxation.

Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, United States of America
Stillpoint Lodge Alaska
  • Indulge in a stay at Stillpoint Lodge, a wonderful combination of outdoor adventure, gourmet cuisine and reviving tranquillity.

  • Relax into the laidback Alaskan lifestyle in a log cabin with fabulous views from the furnished deck.

  • Take out a kayak or paddleboard from the onsite dock for memorable sea otter encounters.

  • Explore the wildlife, mountain, and glacier scenery, before a soak in the hot tub or a steam in the sauna.

Set on a private peninsula in Halibut Cove, a small artists’ village within Alaska’s Kachemak Bay, Stillpoint Lodge offers upscale accommodation, warm hospitality, and fun outdoor adventures, all with a touch of Zen serenity. Enjoying an enviable waterfront location, this part of the Kenai Peninsula offers ample opportunities for bear, bird and whale watching, glacier viewing, kayaking and world-class fishing.

Stillpoint prides itself on its upscale facilities, eco-adventure, leisure, and wellness activities. The light-filled main lodge is at the heart of the property. With floor to ceiling windows, artisan craftsmanship, a gourmet kitchen and plenty of places to sit and enjoy the views. Guests stay in one of the private log cabins spread throughout the extensive grounds. Crafted from the region’s towering spruce trees, the cabins are peaceful, authentic, and cosy, with Scandinavian styling, plush bedding with bamboo linens, fluffy towels, robes, slippers, and eco-friendly bath products. Each cabin has a large covered and furnished deck, filtered water, tea and coffee and high-speed Wi-Fi.

The spacious One-Bedroom Suite Cabins overlook the ocean. Sleeping up to two guests the sitting room includes a leather sofa, table, and well-stocked minibar, along with an ensuite bathroom. For larger groups and families, Two-Bedroom Deluxe Cabins sleep up to four, with an optional child bunkbed to increase capacity to five. Couples can trade up to a One-Bedroom Deluxe Cabin with both waterfront and mountain views, where guests can watch otters swim past from the private deck.

One of the last remaining buildings built by the original homesteaders, Jack Jacob ‘Rusty’ Lein, book the One-Bedroom Jr Suite Cabin for a taste of history. Sleeping up to three guests, the cabin includes a kitchenette. Or for a real treat, book Alaska’s Presidential Chalet. Formerly the owner’s art studio, this VIP cabin is located on the highest part of the property with 360-degree views of Halibut Cove, Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountains. There’s a private helipad which doubles up as a great place for watching the sunrise and the wildlife. The private deck includes a sauna, hot tub, and sunset viewing spot. The cabin sleeps up to six guests.

Based in the main lodge the dining rooms have wonderful views of the gardens, mountains, and ocean. The award-winning Executive Chef specialises in farm-to-table cuisine made using homegrown produce and there is an extensive wine cellar. There is also an in-room private dining option. Each evening daily cocktails and beer are served in the comfortable lounge, where you can chat with fellow guests or simply sit and enjoy the views. After dinner, guests can also enjoy a spot of campfire storytelling, while roasting marshmallows.

The main lodge cabins, gardens and onsite dock are all connected by a series of well-lit and tended pathways and guests can enjoy a hike around the property’s 3-mile panoramic Native Trail. The private dock allows for kayaking and paddleboarding direct from the lodge, for the opportunity for close encounters with the sea otters. Also on offer is whale, bear and bird watching, glacier viewing, tide pooling and world-class fishing. For relaxation, the lodge has yoga, stretching and dance spaces and private sauna.


While Stillpoint Lodge feels remote, it is just 12-miles from Homer across Kachemak Bay. Guests can fly or drive down from Anchorage. The drive is a scenic 5-hour journey, while the flight time is 50-minutes. From Homer, the lodge is a 25-minute boat transfer.

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Hike out on the saddle trail through coastal rainforest to a glacial lake then get up close and personal on sea kayaks for the ultimate experience.

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Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, United States of America

Just 25-minutes by boat from Homer, Stillpoint Lodge is in Halibut Cove, Kachemak Bay.

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