Exclusive ocean cabins at Tutka Bay Lodge, Alaska 59° 28′ N 151° 30′ W
Oyster Catcher Guest Chalet
This rustic cabin is privately set apart, and offers an expansive view of Tutka Bay, forests and mountains. The main floor is 30’ X 24’, including a prow front (840 square feet) with common area and wet bar. Also on the main floor are two bedrooms, each with private restroom, and the large deck area and covered porch offers areas to sit in the sun. A separate upstairs area with a private entrance is 20’ X 24’ with a prow front (600 square feet). The chalet includes one bedroom, private bath, sitting room, wet bar, large balcony and a fabulous view of Tutka Bay.
Eagle’s Nest Guest Chalet
The Eagle’s Nest is a romantic, private haven situated on a knoll. It sleeps five (two down, three up). The main floor is 20’ X 24’ with prow front (600 square feet), and includes a large open room with huge windows, sitting area, wet bar, sleeping area and restroom. The upper floor is a 14’ X 20’ (280 square feet), an open half loft accessed by spiral staircase. The Eagle’s Nest offers sweeping panoramic ocean and mountain views, and has a wood-burning stove.
Kittiwake Guest Cottage
The Kittiwake is a cozy cottage located on our sweeping main deck. The main floor is 20’ X 24’ (480 square feet) with a combined sleeping and sitting area, wet bar and a spacious restroom. The upper floor is 20’ X 24’ (480 square feet), encompassing one large bedroom accessed by a spiral staircase. The upper floor offers three twin beds or one king.
Steller’s Jay Guest Cabin
Also situated on our main deck with a private porch and views of Tutka Bay, the Stellar’s Jay sleeps up to four: two on the main floor and two upstairs. The main floor is 576 square feet with 12’ X 16’ sitting room, large restroom and private 12’ X 16’ bedroom. The upper floor has private 12’ X 16’ bedroom with stairway access.
Loon Guest Suite
The Loon is our most accessible cabin, located close to the Main Lodge with a private balcony and ocean views. The building is perched on pilings above the Little Tutka Bay lagoon, which empties when the tide is low and fills with crystal clear water at high tide. The 650-square-foot Loon features two bedrooms, each with a private restroom, and an adjoining common area with wet bar.