Homer, Alaska is located on the tip of the Kenai Peninsula, about 4.5 hours southwest of Anchorage. There is only one road coming into Homer – the Sterling Highway. When traveling to Homer from Anchorage, you will see the tidal mudflats of Turnagain Arm, numerous snow-capped mountains, and river tributaries – including the famous Kenai River. There are lots of small towns along the way. When descending into Homer, the enormous Cook Inlet will be on your right, and you’ll see the famous “Homer Spit” dead ahead, extending 4.5 miles out into Kachemak Bay.
Take the Sterling Highway straight into Homer. At the stoplight near McDonalds, take a left on Lake Street. Go up the hill several blocks, to a “T”. Take a right on East End Road and follow this for almost a mile. Take a left on East Hill Road, and go approximately 2.2 miles to Cottonwood Road. Take a right on Cottonwood Road (a gravel road), and proceed to your first right, which is Jane View. After a right on Jane View, go down the hill and turn left on Race Road. Race Road will come to a “Y”, and you want to follow the “Majestic View Bed and Breakfast” sign that points left.
Please be aware that you cannot follow your GPS to the below address. Race Road is road-blocked in the middle – thus, the need to go to the road above (Cottonwood) and come down that way. It’s a very simple and important step. We always emphasize this, but unfortunately, the guests who don’t pay attention have the most trouble finding us. Remember, don’t turn right on Race Road. Turn right on Cottonwood Road!
Majestic View Bed and Breakfast has all of the amenities of a hotel in town but is settled in the serene Alaskan landscape of Homer. Reach out today to plan your experience in the true Alaskan outdoors!