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7 Cabins On Airbnb For A Remote Getaway In Alaska

With so much stunning scenery, it’s never a bad time for an Alaska staycation. The state has lots to do and see, as well as some beautiful places to stay. These Airbnbs are all cosy cabins in Alaska, which are ideal for families or a couple’s getaway.

The best part is that once you divide the cost of the house between a group, it works out as a super affordable alternative to hotels. Plus, you can really enjoy the proper Alaskan experience!

All you have to do now is round up some friends and get ready to enjoy the ultimate Alaskan staycation in one of these beautiful Airbnbs…

Best Cabin Airbnbs in Alaska

1. Pacific Ocean Cabin- Homer

This cabin is perfect for large groups a sizeable 5,000 square foot, you’ll have plenty of room! The property boasts breathtaking views overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Kachemak Bay, Volcanoes, and Glaciers. You will see 3 active volcanoes, don’t be surprised if at least one is releasing steam!

Surround yourself with friends and family with the outdoor fire pit, watch the stars from the large wrap around deck. It sleeps up to 10 people and will cost on average $550 per night.


2. Wilderness experience- Anchorage

The perfect remote location on Bulchitna Lake 70 miles west of Anchorage. Guests can make full use of the boat and canoes for relaxing or fishing on the lake.

The cabin sleeps 6 guests with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, this unique and remote cabin will set you back $1000 per night.

3. Heavenly Lodge- Cooper Landing

Tucked away in the Chugach Mountains and overlooking the world class Kenai River, this lodge is truly one of kind.  The lodge is located in Cooper Landing, a scenic two-hour drive south of Anchorage. This cabin can sleep up to 10 guests with 4 bedrooms, 6 beds and 3 baths.

Guests have access to their Russian River Cabin with pool table, flat-screen TV, sauna and outdoor hot tub. The property is located on 18 acres with private hiking trails, groomed lawns and flowers, large fire pit, and yard games. The average cost per night is $550.

4. Big Eddy Lodge – Soldotna

Looking for your own private fishing deck? Well, then this is the cabin for you, ideal for larger groups it can accommodate up to 16 guests. With total of 9 bedrooms plus a master bedroom that’s boasts a sensational 30-foot panoramic view of the river and sunset. The perfect getaway for family and friends.

In a very private lot right on the Kenai River but also conveniently close to town. You won’t find a better home to stay in on the Peninsula. The house is right on the river so you can go fishing anytime. Trails to go hiking and hunting are also nearby.


5. Luxury Log Cabin- Sterling

This cabin is hand-crafted from massive western red cedar logs. It comes with a high-end kitchen, outfitted with maple cabinets, and all stainless steel appliances, including a 5 burner gas stove. The perfect escape for a family or a small group of friends.

The cabin sleeps 6 guests with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, the average nightly rate is $575. Don’t be surprised to see wildlife here, it’s very common to spot mama moose and her calves pass through the front yard.

6. Ben’s Point Cabin- Thorne Bay

The ultimate fishing getaway, with your own private dock and use of the host’s boat to explore the surrounding area. The most common catches here are salmon, rockfish crab, clams and shrimp, with an outdoor BBQ grill you can cook up your fresh catch and enjoy the calmness of the area.

Whether you’re a fisherman or wanting to try it out, this is perfect place to do so! The cabin sleeps up to 6 guests and will cost you $2000 per night.

7. Deer Island- Thorne Bay

Located within a private inlet in Thorne Bay this secluded cabin is the getaway. It can accommodate up 8 guests and set you back $2000 per night. Ideal for people who want to fish and explore the wilderness.

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Planning on spending some time in the state? You should check out the best road trips in Alaska here.

Siobhan McKenny