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Join us this winter in celebrating over 4 decades of adventures and relaxation at Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge. We accept reservations for private parties of 4 (or less) for a minimum of 4 nights at $5,000 per night. Additional nights are available at a cost of $2,000 per person per night. Additional charges are for round trip water taxi service to and from Homer and the lodge, optional guided tours, local taxes, and resort fees. Included in the cost of a stay are all meals, private cabins, log cabin sauna and plunge pool, hiking trails, use of lodge kayaks and shore fishing gear, stories of life in the Alaskan bush if you are interested, and the knowledge that you are sharing our ecological lifestyle.
Confirmed guesses at Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge will be required to present an official CDC confirmation card showing completed Covid-19 vaccinations before being admitted to their water taxi to Sadie Cove and also upon arrival at the lodge. Guests without this card will not be allowed to remain on the premises and will not receive any refunds for their payments due to the high contractability of Covid-19. We do this for your safety as well as the safety of our staff and ourselves. Masks will also be required to be worn properly according to CDC recommendations at all times on lodge grounds, cabins, water taxi, and on optional guided charters. Stay well and cautious.
Alaska is at her best in the winter – Imagine the joy of playing in the snow (perhaps building a snowman as a family event) or watching and photographing the abundance of sea life which takes to the cove for the winter. In camp, there are hot steamy saunas lightly scented by eucalyptus and the native hand-hewn logs used to build the structure. (Followed by a dive in the snow if you like.) Then, a family style meal in the dining hall all lit up by candles that would make even the toughest of Vikings very happy. After dinner, hot chocolate or mulled cider in the Norseman Hall while telling stories of the days adventures beside a crackling fire. Christmas, New Year, and Thanksgiving would be available as well to share this unique and rewarding wilderness experience with family and friends.
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