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We loved this B&B.
Looks to be brand new construction but perfectly designed to nestle into its pristine location perfectly.
Set at Bear Lake (about 7 miles from Seward) it's an incredible location. A natural salmon spawning/nesting ground, this is the perfect setting to see...More
Spent two nights here in the Lakeside room. Very beautiful place! The people who run the place are incredible as were the other guests. We kayaked in the beautiful lake. What an incredible view of the mountains from the kayaks! Stay at this place! You...More
The kayaks were a great addition for our family to get out for an evening paddle and see a bear as well as a quiet morning paddle for the parents. Pat could not have been more accommodating. The ice cream every night was fabulous. She...More
If you find yourself in Seward Alaska you MUST stay a Bear Lake lodge. Pat & Dennis are incredible hosts. The rooms are exactly what you need, gourmet breakfasts and tips and insight that make your Alaskan experience so much more rich. You may also...More
What a beautiful guesthouse with a great host ,Susan (so informative about the area and what you could do )The rooms were beyond what we expected.Breakfast and the ice cream bars in the evening were delicious .If we didn't live so far away (England 😃)we...More
Response from bearlakepilot | Property representative |
The best time in the whole state to see the Northern Lights is January and February due to the cold temperatures. The storms pass through without leaving clouds and fog as often as they due in the fall. Weather plays a... More
The best time in the whole state to see the Northern Lights is January and February due to the cold temperatures. The storms pass through without leaving clouds and fog as often as they due in the fall. Weather plays a HUGE role into whether you see the lights or not. Typically, the further north you go - the better your chances are of getting to view them - that is why most visitors head to Fairbanks.
We would love to have you visit us in Seward - but counting on seeing the Northern Lights in Seward is very optimistic. The University of Fairbanks has a website for forecasting the Aurora - please reference their website for lots of information at the Aurora - Northern Lights! gi.alaska.edu/AuroraForecast
We are open in the winter months - please call and check to be sure we are planning to be around! Our winter rates are VERY good and Bear Lake is usually frozen allowing for xc skiing, snowshoe walks or snow hikes. The Alaska Sealife Center is open year round in Seward too. THANKS for asking! Pat
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"Ressurection Peark Room has a great view to the lake"