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Meander In offers some of the finest year round bed and breakfast lodging and accommodations in Ninilchik, Alaska, with hospitality and personal services committed to enhancing your local Alaskan experience.

Welcome to a quiet, affordable, year round B&B lodge and seasonal fishing accommodation conveniently located just minutes away from all of the recreational venues that our community and great natural resources provide.

Eagles stare you in the eye as they soar by while you are having breakfast, coffee, cocktails, or dinner out on the deck of this wonderfully appointed and hosted private home. Offering three guest bedrooms, Meander In can accommodate multiple small parties or a larger single group. Guests become friends here. Bragging about the day’s catch, or raving about Mike’s cooking, is encouraged.

Located in the heart of one of Alaska’s most popular playgrounds, the Kenai Peninsula, our summer visitors find that Ninilchik is the perfect gateway to everything north and south. With direct access to Cook Inlet for halibut and salmon in saltwater from both Deep Creek and Ninilchik State Recreation Areas, and to two great local streams, the Ninilchik River and Deep Creek, Ninilchik is a world class fishing destination.  The Anchor River and the Kasilof River are both 30 minutes away. An hour north, you can fish the Kenai River, or shop in Soldotna and the city of Kenai. An hour south takes you to Homer, the end of the highway and the gateway to another world of exciting venues around Kachemak Bay and lower Cook Inlet.

 
Room Rates
(add 3% sales tax)
Single - $75/night
Double - $100/night
Master - $125/night
Whole House - $325
(Up to 6 Guests)
Additional Guests - $25/night
Double occupancy rates only, in July
Includes
Hearty Breakfast (or take out lunch)
Dinner option - $25/person
BYOB - except on occasion

 

For reservations call 907.567.1050


Find us at mile 135.9 in The MilePost.
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Ninilchik Chamber of Commerce

2003, 2004 Best Places Alaska Recognition

Kenai Peninsula Tourism and Marketing Council
KPTMC

Calling Meander In your home away from home while on the peninsula is about relaxing and enjoying ambience and comfort. With attention to your privacy, security, and personal needs, the amenities here are what you would expect to find at any nice place. Meander in, take your boots off and stay awhile.

Only as a guest at Meander In …a 60 mile view of an active volcano silhouetted by midnight sunsets, above an ocean reflecting the color of the skies, beyond a four mile long view of a little valley and an amazing, meandering stream with salmon pushing, rooster tailing and moving upstream to spawn. The bear and moose sightings have filled the guest journals here as highlights of the stay since opening in 1998.

Maybe you will be bringing your own boat down to fish the Inlet, or you plan to fish the local streams, or go clamming on the beach. Everything that you will need to accommodate you and your catch are available here. After all, your host lives here for the same reasons that you are coming to visit. Need a referral to a charter fishing guide? Meander In networks with the local fleet and welcomes the opportunity to support them and to host their clients as guests.

Even if you are not fishing, your reasons for being here provide an opportunity for Meander In to accommodate you. Please take a minute to view our recreation and photo pages for a glimpse of what you can enjoy while here. Your host, Mike Schuster, a long time Alaskan, welcomes a chance to help you plan your local Alaska travel itinerary. Make plans and reservations early to optimize every aspect of your visit to Ninilchik and Alaska.


Alaskan Cuisine at Meander In

 

Your Host: Mike Schuster | 2.6 mile Oilwell Road | 64460 Oilwell Road | P.O. Box 39647 | Ninilchik, Alaska 99639
Phone: 907.567.1050 |
E-mail:Meanderin@alaska.net

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