Frequently Asked Questions
What time is check-in/check-out at Anytime Alaska?
Check-in is at 3:00 PM and check-out is at 10:00 AM. A quick text message or email with your estimated arrival time the day you arrive is always appreciated.
Do you allow pets?
Pets are not allowed due to severe allergies of those who are managing this property. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Can I book Anytime Alaska if I have more than 8 people in my party?
Anytime Alaska is three bedrooms and can comfortably accomodate eight. We allow groups to have more than eight guests on a case by case basis. Please call or email us to discuss.
Is smoking allowed?
Smoking is NOT allowed. Smoking will result in a $500 cleaning fee. If smoking is witnessed in the home, guests will be required to leave. No refund.
What amenities are provided?
The house is fully furnished. There are kitchen appliances, kitchenware, utensils, linens, and towels. There is a TV and DVD player. A washer and dryer is also available for guest use. Feel free to contact us if you want to know anything else specific.
Is there WIFI?
There currently is no WIFI provided.
Will my cell phone work?
AT&T provides service in the area. Roaming charges may apply to other carriers.
Places to eat at while visiting the Kenai Peninsula?
Here are a few of the local favorites:
- Louie's Steak and Seafood (Kenai, AK)
- Boardwalk Fish and Chips (Homer, AK)
- Fat Olive's (Homer, AK)
- Fine Thyme Cafe (Soldotna, AK)
- Chinooks (Seward, AK)
Things to do while visiting the Kenai Peninsula?
There is so many things you can do while visiting the Kenai Peninsula. Here are a few of the more popular:
- Fishing (Halibut and/or Salmon): If you are here for the fishing, please note that many charters are fully booked up in June and July several weeks, if not months, in advance so make reservations as soon as you know. There are options for both river and deap-sea fishing. We recommend Alaskan Thunderod Fishing Adventures, a family-owned and operated business.
- Hiking: There are many hiking trails in the area ranging from easy to hard. Try searching around Cooper's Landing area for the Russian River Falls Trail (easy) or if you are up for the challenge, you can hike up Skyline trail (difficult).
- Dipnetting (Alaska Residents Only)
- Wildlife Viewing: There is a high chance of seeing moose as you travel around the Kenai Peninsula. There are options to take bear-viewing flights out of Homer.
- Glaciers: You can take a day cruise out of Seward if you are interested in seeing tidewater glaciers(not to mention the whales, seals, puffins, etc that you may also be able to see)! If you aren't up for the boat ride, you may hike an easy trail in Seward to see Exit Glacier.