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We loved staying at Bear Lake lodging‘s bed and breakfast! Pat and Dennis were such gracious hosts and took care of us so well. The bed was comfortable, the room was very quiet, and the breakfasts were great. The location on the lake was so...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
My husband and I had a lot of fun at Bear Lake Lodgings this July. The building was clean, and decorated in a comfortable cabin type theme. There were several fun things to do on the water, such as complimentary kayaking and canoeing. It was...More
You know that favorite family member who you always enjoy seeing and chatting with? Well, that is Pat, one of the Inn Keeper's at Bear Lake Lodge. Not only is Pat a wealth of information about Alaska, she is an incredibly kind woman. She provided...More
We had an enjoyable and relaxing 2 day stay. Even as we made our reservations Pat was giving us tips on ways to enjoy our adventure after we left them. Both Pat and Dennis are very knowledgeable about the area and are delightful to visit...More
Response from bearlakepilot | Property representative |
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
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"Lakeside Suite is under the lliving/dining room, but they have quiet hours after 10pm to limit the noise."