Beach House Vacation Alaska offers unique, personalized lodging in Seward, Alaska. Located on magical Lowell Point, just south of the town of Seward, Beach House Alaska offers three individual vacation rental homes and one bunkhouse cabin.
A scenic drive along Resurrection Bay brings you to Beach House Alaska, where the houses sit just a short walk away from a wide stretch of beach. It’s an idyllic location to beachcomb, kayak, watch for sea lions and otters, or simply take in the spectacular mountain and ocean views.
Each house offers the comforts of home with a bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. There are small tables in Beach Houses #1 and #2. If you would like more spacious seating for 4 to 6 people, the Treefort House has a dining table that can seat up to 6 people. Guests can grill their freshly caught salmon or halibut in the barbecue and picnic area, and then relax next to a nice warm campfire under the Alaskan midnight sun.
Beach House #1 offers a bedroom with a queen bed, a loft with a queen mattress, and a queen futon in the living room. You’ll also enjoy the sunroom, perfect for capturing the late night summer sun. The house sleeps up to 6 people.
Beach House #2 offers two bedrooms, each with a queen sized bed. A queen sized futon in the living room brings the sleeping area to 6.
The Treefort House is an Alaskan-style two-bedroom home with a king bed, a queen bed, a queen sofa bed and a single futon. With picture windows and natural wood decor, you’ll feel like you’re part of the scenery. The house sleeps up to 7 people.
If you need a little extra room, or you’re on a tighter budget, check out our smaller Camping Cabin.
Beach House Alaska is ideal for a family or a group, and we have accommodations for babies and small children upon request.
Stroll the beach and, if you’re lucky, you might spot a sea lion frolicking in the waves or a sea otter floating on its back munching on mussels. At low tide you can search the tide pools for tiny sea creatures or find colorful starfish latching on to the sides of the rocks.