Homer; where the road ends and the sea begins. The town is one hundred years old, small enough to walk all over with many trails to hike above and along the miles of shoreline. Fine galleries, eateries, and local entertainment [music or theater etc.], also fishing for salmon, halibut, and other species from shore or with charter boats or along the rivers. Across the bay there is Seldovia, a native community, nice and picturesque or Halibut Cove, an art community with many boardwalks; visit galleries or have lunch/dinn
er with a friend at the Saltry, a fine restaurant.Golfing, riding, swimming, bicycle riding and many other activities are available in Homer - also kayaking across Kachemak Bay and daytrips with a watertaxi.
Brigittes overlooks Kachemak Bay, the Kenai mountains and their glaciers. It is quiet here, at the end of the road. All rooms have a nice view from outside and within, private entry/porch and bath. Each contains a queen size bed and a twin. There's a place to sit and write or play games. Many books on Alaska are in each and there a fossils from the area. Walkways lead into the gardens where lots and lots of flowers bloom throughout the season. Trails to hike start from right outside the rooms.
All the rooms were built with the comfort of guests in mind. All is handmade from local wood and nicely crafted and finished. Flannel sheets and down comforters on the beds and the heat is controlled from your room. Wooden floors with carpets over them. A twin size bed and a queen size bed are in all the rooms. Special requests gladly honored. Our cats are not allowed inside, outside smoking only, please,
Policies & Restrictions
Smoking please outdoors, only. No pets, thank you.
Rates & Availability
Each room rents for $155.00/night/two people/queen size bed.Third person add $35.00Extra bed is $15.00
Once reservations have been made and a deposit has been received we will send you a confirmation and along with that our pamphlet with a small map that helps you find us once in Homer. We are located three miles from downtown Homer towards the East, situated on a south facing hillside. Or: give us a call when you get into Homer, we guide you to our bed and breakfast