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The Driftwood Inn, Homer Alaska

We stayed at the Driftwood Inn the last time we were in Homer, and liked it, except that our room next to the Elks Club got a little noisy on a Saturday night.

This time we tried another room, room 29; you can choose and book for specific rooms at the Driftwood Inn. We love the view, we feast on the view. We love the cleanness and spaciousness of the rooms, and we love all the common areas – there is a fridge and microwave and stove, and a large sitting room, kitchen table, etc. There is a washer and dryer, woooo hooooo, even though we are mostly in jeans and chinos and layers of shirts, things get dirty and I like a chance to wash up.

We also have a lovely large closet where we can stow all our gear, and we have a Keurig coffee maker, well stocked. Alaska is like Seattle, people drink a lot of coffee.

LOL, first things first, the closet:


This room could work well for a family, with two beds, a double and a queen:



There is also a lovely balcony, and a door to the balcony, which we often kept open so we could listen to the waves.


View from balcony on a cloudy day:

January 1, 2014 - Posted by | Alaska, Customer Service, Environment, Hotels, Road Trips, Travel | , , , ,

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