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We stayed for 3 nights and wished we had been able to stay longer. Pat is so welcoming, we immediately felt like home away from home, her house is clean and has the perfect location(outside but minutes to Seward downtown), we love all the little...More
WONDERFUL place. So glad we decided to stay outside of Seward. We stayed 2 nights. What a great place! We saw 2 eaglets in their nest (telescope was set up to view) and their mom come back to feed them! Kids went took out a...More
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Response from bearlakepilot, Owner at Bear Lake Lodgings B&BResponded 12 January 2018
We LOVE this review.... really we didn't write it! The guest has touched on some of the unique experiences that make our location so SPECIAL! Our thanks for taking the time to recall your experiences with us on your trip and for writing us a...More
We enjoyed our stay. I’ve never stayed at a B&B before so I have no comparison but Bear Lake was great. The location was convenient to our Seward activities, the House was clean and the kayaks and ice cream were a great touch. Margie was...More
This was our first time at a B&B so we can not compare to other places. We ultimately needed a place to stay for a few nights.
Our stay was enjoyable. Clean and tidy!
Breakfast was exceptional both mornings and we did not miss “hand-dipped”...More
The owners are so nice. We enjoyed kayaking and the home made ice cream. The owners also fired up a camp fire for us to roast hotdogs and enjoy the wonderful weather. I would recommend everyone who want to find a place to live in...More
Response from bearlakepilot, Owner at Bear Lake Lodgings B&BResponded 4 weeks ago
Reviewer has mentioned a point that is good for future guests to know, we are only a short drive to the main action in our small town of Seward. The short distance provides a peaceful and serene lake setting with all our unique complimentary options...More
Nestled in a magnificent setting on the shores of a forested alpine lake, Bear Lake Lodgings offers hiking trails out the back door, glassy waters perfect for a morning kayak, and a deck that enjoys the late Alaskan …Moresummer sun. The ideal base for all your adventures, the lodge features four rooms, each with its own unique characteristics, including two suites with access to viewing decks and two upstairs rooms with tranquil views. Less
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The best time in the whole state to see the Northern Lights is January and February due to the cold temperatures. The storms pass through without leaving clouds and fog as often as they due in the fall. Weather plays a... More
The best time in the whole state to see the Northern Lights is January and February due to the cold temperatures. The storms pass through without leaving clouds and fog as often as they due in the fall. Weather plays a HUGE role into whether you see the lights or not. Typically, the further north you go - the better your chances are of getting to view them - that is why most visitors head to Fairbanks.
We would love to have you visit us in Seward - but counting on seeing the Northern Lights in Seward is very optimistic. The University of Fairbanks has a website for forecasting the Aurora - please reference their website for lots of information at the Aurora - Northern Lights! gi.alaska.edu/AuroraForecast
We are open in the winter months - please call and check to be sure we are planning to be around! Our winter rates are VERY good and Bear Lake is usually frozen allowing for xc skiing, snowshoe walks or snow hikes. The Alaska Sealife Center is open year round in Seward too. THANKS for asking! Pat