Located in the Kenai Peninsula, this lodge offers the tranquillity of a wilderness retreat, the facilities of a small resort and the activities and thrills of an authentic Alaskan adventure.
Activity adventure | Natural world | Relaxation
Sat on the Kenai River banks in Cooper Landing, the Princess Wilderness is located in the Kenai Peninsula, two hours from Anchorage and less than an hour from Seward. Referred to as ‘Alaska’s playground’, the surrounding area is famed for its natural beauty, rich with native flora and fauna.
Bungalow-style rooms are designed with comfort and relaxation in mind, complete with wooden furnishings, comfortable sitting areas, wood-burning stoves, standard in-room facilities and private porches.
Relaxed cocktails, Alaskan microbrews and a bar menu filled with salads, sandwiches and appetizers are enjoyed at the Rafter’s Lounge on the decking overlooking the mountain and river scenery. Sample local delicacies such as fresh Alaskan salmon, Halibut cakes or homemade muffaletta in the elegant Eagles Crest Dining Room, accompanied by local and imported wines from the cellar.
The perfect base for wilderness activities, spend days river rafting and fishing for salmon in the Kenai canyon, cruise through the wonders of the Fjords National Park, embark on nature hikes and sightseeing tours through historic Seward and Cooper Landing, and spend evenings in the outdoor hot tubs or the welcoming lounge.
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Free car hire
A tailor-made self drive which explores the magnificent landscapes of Alaska including the Kenai Fjords National Park and Denali National Park, which is home to North America's highest mountain peak – Mount McKinley.
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