The Bridgekeeper's Inn is located 16 miles across the bay from Homer, Alaska, on the south shore of Kachemak Bay in the city of Seldovia. Seldovia was once the oldest and busiest city in south-central Alaska. Today, Seldovia is the picture of yesteryear Alaska. It's special charm makes it a growing tourist destination. Along with the beautiful settings and rich history, Seldovia also offers halibut, salmon and sea bass fishing, as well as kayaking, hiking, bird-and sea life-watching, beachcombing, hiking, berry picking and photography.
The Bridgekeeper's Inn is ready to enhance your visit, providing all the conveniences of the new millennium where time just seems to stand still. We are a five minute walk from the harbor and overlook the bridge spanning the Seldovia Slough, which is the hot spot for king salmon fishing during the summer months. At the Bridgekeeper's Inn you can either join in the fun or watch the excitement from the front porch. If you are in the Captain's Quarters, you can get a birds-eye view from your private balcony. The Bridgekeeper's Inn is the perfect bed and breakfast for your vacation.
The Bridgekeeper's Inn offers two non-smoking rooms: the Captain's Quarters and the Garden Room. Each room provides:
Queen size bed, Private bath, Private sitting/dining area, Satellite TV, Breakfast, with option of room service; Fax and email availability; Beautiful views of the mountains and slough.