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Seaside Farm

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Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

Beautiful location, close to Homer centre and spit, so friendly and lovely cosy atmosphere. Delicious raspberries and nice cabins and rooms. I loved my stay there!! Best is to have your own car. If I ever come to Homer again, I will stay at Seaside farm again!

1Thank Conni W
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

Charming little old farm restored in an hostel! Their dorm is awesome and furnished with style. Their are some missing elements in the kitchen to cook but that's a detail. Fireplace outside with a stunning view on cook inlet ! Try true private cabins ... ❤️

1Thank Fabien D
Reviewed 10 September 2015

We called Seaside Farm on the Thursday before Labour Day weekend looking for accommodation for 8 people. At this stage we had called 20+ cabins around Homer and they were either booked out or they wouldn't accommodate a large group for one night only. However Mossy (our host) said she would squeeze us all into her hostel for a very...

1Thank George M
Anchorage, Alaska
Reviewed 3 August 2015 via mobile

Stayed here last year in the sixties room in the main house and fell in love with the place. Three of us were getting in late, so they told us just go in the main house when we arrived. There was a cute note and key left for us telling us which room was ours. We dropped off our stuff,...

2Thank MakingTracks2014
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 10 July 2015

Was visiting Homer with my brother, trying to save some money so we decided to camp last minute and found ample space at the lovely Seaside Farm when city campgrounds were already very crowded. I'm so glad we decided to drive out here - it was amazing camping in the field with a near perfect view of the mountains and...

2Thank Carrie W
Reviewed 13 September 2014

Stayed for three days, once in the house and two days in the Seashell Cabin. House was OK -- I was exhausted and slept like a rock, so I don't have much to say about the room other than it did the job. The kitchen is fully equipped and a good place to meet other travelers. One of our traveling...

1Thank lettikins
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 24 August 2014

Seaside Farm is an amazing way to visit Alaska. It is a working organic farm with lots of raspberry picking!! Stayed in the Wildflower cabin surrounded by its own patch of raspberry bushes with a stunning view over the pasture at Gerwingk Glacier on the Kachemak Bay--GORGEOUS !!! Hightide & Nenia were sweet horses that enjoyed attention. Chickens laying fresh...

1Thank judadams7
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 23 August 2014 via mobile

It was such a magical farm with wonderful upbeat owner Mossy and the caretaker Cara... Cozy, comfy and charming.... Cara, you made the house even more brighter with your beautiful sweet energy... So great meeting you!!

Thank Sun42468
Houston, Texas
Reviewed 18 August 2014

this was definitely the most rustic place we stayed in Alaska (besides camping)- a small wood cabin with no plumbing or electricity, but it was amazing! the views were absolutely breathtaking, and it was nice to save some money as it was so affordable. It's on a working farm, when we were there it seemed rather desolate, we didn't run...

Thank Alison W
Phoenix, AZ
Reviewed 4 August 2014

I needed to cut some travel expenses after a job loss and Mossy's place fit the bill. I was just looking for some place to sleep because I knew I would spend the days visiting Homer. Seaside has a beautiful view and it was easy to get around by bike. There are a bunch of cottages, tent sites, a few...

Thank BearTravels33

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Additional Information about Seaside Farm

Address: 40904 Seaside Farm Rd, Homer, AK 99603-9460
Region: United States > Alaska > Homer
Number of rooms: 4
Also Known As:
Seaside Farm Homer
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“Wildflower cabin has electricity!”
judadams7, 24 Aug 2014 | Read review
“The cabins are more secluded better for couples and families. If you are traveling alone the rooms at the main house, or else the camping field, are both better options in terms of value. Camping is great for families as well.”
NoraLaine, 23 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Go and let yourself become "Alaskan" for a while - you may not want to leave!”
  • Incredible views!
LindaP475, 17 Sep 2013 | Read review
“Avoid the bunkhouse.”
toddw987, 20 Jul 2013 | Read review
“"Crow's Nest" room in the guest house is over the kitchen and dining room area, along with its noise from the young people working on the farm who gather there. Maybe the cabins are more pleasant than the guest house?”
  • Bathroom toilet area.
  • View of the shared living room area.
  • View of the shared kitchen area.
Mamitxoh, 9 Jun 2013 | Read review
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