Pioneer Inn Homer

244 W Pioneer Ave, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Hotel
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Hope, Homer and Land's End

A travel blog entry by beemerdave


We woke to a spectacular sunny morning in Homer, with a wonderful view of the snow-capped mountains across the Kachemak Bay from our motel - a perfect present on Janet's birthday. It was a far cry from how we started yesterday’s ride out of Girdwood.
The skies were grey and overcast when we left the Alyeska Hotel in Girdwood. We …

Homer - Halibut Fishing Capital of the World

A travel blog entry by djk_au


After taking the train from Denali National Park, we just had the one night in Anchorage. The next day we picked up our rental car from the Anchorage airport to begin the 'Kenai Peninsula' leg of the trip. This time we got a Chevy Impala from Alamo (unlike Hawaii, convertibles are not offered in Alaska for some reason!). I have found the UK …

Sloth and gluttony

A travel blog entry by zingerin


... the Danny J. We chose the evening seating, so our boat left at five, leaving time for a walkabout before our 7:30 reservation. Saw a Georgia ballcap on the boat and met John and CJ, friendly folks who've lived in both Birmingham and Huntsville, now Fairbanks residents, with plans to eventually settle in Athens, GA. After a 45 minute putt-putt across the bay, we docked at Halibut Cove. It's a quaint, uncommercial kind of place - one ...

Camping on the beach

A travel blog entry by elboroom


Left Sterling and made it to Soldotna, AK where we hit the library for internet usage. Fished by their visitor center and had a couple sockeye on but they escaped. Drove through Kasihof, Clam Gulch, and stopped at Whikey Gulch Rd for a picture. Made it to Homer where we stayed right on the Homer Spit by the beach. Ate salmon and halibut at a local ...


A travel blog entry by chuckschatter


... years back. In his spare time he is a tax consultant but he loves to BBQ. We learned everything about pigs that you really want to know related to making good BBQ. We even sat with them for lunch at the Tidal Pool Café and had delicious fish and chips made with fresh salmon and halibut. We also talked about halibut fishing and he gave us some good pointers if we ever want to do it again, not.

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This hotel, located on 244 W Pioneer Ave, Homer, is near Islands and Oceans Visitor Center, Pratt Museum, Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, and Kachemak Bay State Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPioneer Inn Homer

    Reviewed by beemerdave

    A great little inn

    Reviewed Jul 16, 2013
    by (18 reviews) Grass Valley , United States Flag of United States

    We had a wonderful spacious clean, room with a great little kitchen and lots of closet space. We were in town, close to everything, set back from the road, so the rooms were quiet. The owners were very friendly and gave us lots of good information about the area.

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