Kodiak, Alaska: Relax by the Ocean, Watch Sea Otters & Boats
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- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Kodiak apartment description
Located in a quiet neighborhood (with the ocean on one side and trees and city park on the other) our property overlooks the entrance channel to Kodiak's largest boat harbor ... home to many of the ''Deadliest Catch'' boats. Just minutes from downtown Kodiak, our home faces due south, you are blessed with spectacular views of the ocean. Relax with a cup of tea and watch the sun or moon rise; boats cruise by - along with sea otters, eagles, sea lions--even leaping salmon.
The property is surrounded by vegetable and flower gardens, including the elusive Himalayan blue poppy. Throughout our home, you'll discover many examples of Marion's artwork, including photographs (printed on canvas) and mosaic pieces. It's not unusual to hear bald eagles ''screeching'' nearby or ''exhale puffs'' from sea lions, humpback whales or killer whales as they swim by.
The apartment suite has a private entrance and consists of 3 bedrooms: A queen bedroom and 2 rooms with two single beds in the rooms.
The rooms with single beds also have a nice vanity area. The color scheme is natural and inviting, and each room is decorated with a custom painted mural. The rooms have access to a common lounge and dining area and a completely stocked kitchen-- this is where you'll find our homemade granola. We're happy to share the recipe. (Many guests say it's the best they've ever had. It makes a great gift, by the way.)
The shower, sink/washroom and toilet are all conveniently located in separate rooms. This apartment suite is an ideal arrangement for independent travelers, business folks, family vacationers or groups. (We also have a deluxe guest room available for rent).
We invite you to visit Kodiak's Cliff House B&B: Renew where nature meets hospitality.
- Vacation Rental
- Children Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Not Allowed
Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom, 1 Half Bathroom
- CD Player
- Music Library
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Live Theater
- Sight Seeing
local services and businesses
- Fitness Center
sports and adventure activities
- Mountain Biking
- Twin/ Single
forms of payment
- Accept Credit Card
- Washing Machine
- Linens Provided
- Wireless Internet
- Clothes Dryer
- Parking Off Street
- Wood Stove
- Cooking Utensils
- Wood Deck
- Outdoor Grill Gas
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We could have moved in permanently
We could have moved in permanently
Our family of six includes 4 daughters ages 16-22. We arrived in Kodiak late on a Saturday evening to find the apartment clean and inviting, exactly as we anticipated. Marion was there to greet us and show us where things were. The bedrooms were cozy and well represented by the photos on this site. The kitchen and living area were comfortable and the fridge was stocked. Marion loves to bake surprises and more than once we were rewarded with goodies when we returned from our days events. This apartment was the perfect place for us to get away and relax for a week while we tried to "live like the locals". I'm afraid we did sort of stand out in a good way though, and when asked where we were staying we proudly said "we are staying with Marion and Marty Owen". That information was invariably met with admiration and comments like "then you are well cared for!". The Owens are superb hosts and made us feel extremely welcome.They were never intrusive but were always very ready to answer questions and give suggestions. Mornings as we were getting ready to leave Marion would pull out one of her waterproof Kodiak maps and point out things to see and places to go along the way and then would fold the map and tell me to take it with me, "but be sure to bring it back" was always part of the instructions. She needs these maps to send with future guests. I liked the map so much that after returning hers I went down to the Visitors Center and purchased one of my own. While on Kodiak we enjoyed walking to downtown from this property. The highlights included Sea Hawk air flight out to see the bears , as well as a dinner cruise on the yacht owned by Marty and Marion. One daughter and I were able to spend some time going out with Marion to photograph landscapes and wildflowers,this is very worthwhile if you are serious about learning to improve your photography skills. There are countless beautiful places to hike and take pictures. Be sure to go to the WW II museum at Fort Abercrombie State Park. Recommended places to eat include Henry's Great Alaskan Restaurant for a sit down dinner. Java Flats has wonderful sandwiches and beverages and cookies in a very quaint and beautiful setting. Monk's Rock Coffee House is excellent for soup, salad, coffee, tea and pastries. Sparrows has wonderful pizza, if the restaurant is crowded then take it back to the apartment you will be glad you did. We were so happy with our week on Kodiak and staying in this property was the best part.
- Guest db (Cleveland, TN)
- Date of stay 06/22/13
- Review Submitted 07/16/13
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, romantic getaway, sightseeing, families with young children, age 55+, families with teenagers.
A Serendipitous experience in Kodiak
A Serendipitous experience in Kodiak
My wife and I have just returned from a 5 night stay at this property. It was all we could have hoped for and more. The views are spectacular, the furnishings are upscale and the hospitality couldn't have been better. We highly recommend a stay there.
- Guest William S. (Ocean City Md)
- Date of stay 07/09/12
- Review Submitted 07/17/12
Recommended for: Romantic getaway, sightseeing, age 55+.
My wife and I do not normally stay in B&B's. Comfort and privacy, and alergy to feathers usually means we try to stay in nicer hotels. We were traveling with 2 other couples and the Cliff House B&B was highly recommended by the great folks at Sea Hawk Air. We took a chance and were very glad we did. Super clean rooms, privacy for all six of us, great granola, fresh baked cookies and muffins, fruit. Marion was extremely helpful. Made late dinner reservations, secured the only rental van on the island, and gave great tips on sites to see. Had a great time in Kodiak and will certainly go back and will certainly stay with Marion and Marty. Now our B&B issue will be to find one as great as this one!
- Guest GD (San Diego, California)
- Date of stay 05/04/11
- Review Submitted 05/20/11
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, sightseeing, age 55+, tourists without a car, girls getaway.
A place to relax and catch your breath. Marion and Marty are lovely hosts and their spotless B&B is a perfect respite from the real world. Nancy and I agree that this one week spent on Kodiak Island was simply the most refreshing vacation we have ever taken. All the best to Marion and Marty, David & Nancy Stafford
- Guest Anonymous
- Date of stay 11/08/09
- Review Submitted 11/08/09
We have had several opportunities to stay in the Owen's B&B in the last two years. We always feel welcome and the rooms are very comfortable and attractive. Marion keeps the refrigerator and cookie jar better stocked than we have seen at any other B&B. The views and gardens can't be beat. Their knowledge of the island has made our visits very entertaining. We look forward with keen anticipation to our next trip.
- Guest Bruce & Terry Kuhnau (Aberdeen, WA)
- Date of stay 11/04/09
- Review Submitted 11/04/09
To experience the real Alaska you have to experience Kodiak - and there is no better place to do this Marty and Marion's B&B. They know all the secrets, be it hunting, fishing, bear viewing or just touring. The consumate hosts! Let them help eith your arrangements. Great for a family, small group or just the two of you. And be sure to book a gourmet dinner cruise.
- Guest Darla and Art Allen (Coupeville, WA)
- Date of stay 10/28/09
- Review Submitted 10/28/09
On our trip to Kodiak (August 2009) we had the pleasure of staying at Marion and Marty's B&B. The Cliffhouse turned out to be perfect for our needs. Marion and Marty are very knowledgeable when it comes to Kodiak's must see's and do's. The cliffhouse is beautiful and peaceful, along with our warm and friendly hosts, we give The Cliffhouse our highest recommendation, and we look forward to a return visit. Sincerely, Mara & John
- Guest John & Mara Brown (Seattle/WA)
- Date of stay 10/25/09
- Review Submitted 10/25/09
$375/nt - $1875/wk US DollarsAPARTMENT (3-bedroom, ocean view, separate entrance)..$375/night; $1875/week; Two-night minimum Jun-Sep. During the rest of the year we have more flexibility.; 25 percent deposit required upon booking.; Deposits refundable only if cancellation is made at least 30 days prior; to arrival date. Balance due 45 days prior to arrival. Add 6% sales tax on first; $750 plus 5% bed tax. Check in 3 PM; check out 11 AM. (We have; some flexibility with check in/out times).; SPECIAL: Weekly rate includes 2 for 1 gourmet dinner cruise.; VI,MCDates Available: Year Round
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Marion's flowers and herbs brighten the morning
Bedrooms feature custom painted murals
Kodiak Island is known for its brown bears.
Sea kayaking is an ideal way to see puffins
Cliff House B&B house numbers created by Marion
View of Alaska ferry Tustumena and downtown Kodiak
After a great hike, Marty enjoys view of Kodiak
Daisy the Dragon, a 3-foot tall mosaic
Kodiak icon: Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox
Marion took this on a whale-watching trip
This is our boat, the Sea Breeze, where we anchor
View from the deck: Fireweed in bloom as the ferry