The Morning Moose is one of Homer’s newest and finest vacation get-aways.
Michael & Lorraine
What makes this House unique
Privacy, privacy, privacy!
100% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Great place to stay would use them again
Family, Friends and Fishing
The Morning Moose was a great stopping point on our 4th of July fishing trip in Homer, AK. The location was beautiful and the house had everything to make delicious meals and wind down after a long day on the water. I would recommend this property to anyone!
We greatly enjoyed our stay in this property! It slept 6 of us very comfortably, and had many great amenities!! There’s a beautiful fire pit, propane BBQ, and fully stocked kitchen that makes hosting easy. Would definitely come back and stay again!!
great house and views
We had a great experience. Had a bit of a hiccup at the beginning as we walked into the house and realized no one had been there to make the beds before our arrival. I sent Michael a message (and it was after midnight his local time). we found clean sheets and we able to proceed with our stay.
Super nice....Outta town.....full kitchen
nice group, easy to deal with, left the house in great condition. they are welcome back any time.
We really enjoyed our stay here. The main area is larger than it looks in the photos which was great. The house is very comfortable and the kitchen did have just about everything you would need.
Long known as The "Halibut Fishing Capital of the World", Homer is also nicknamed "the end of the road," and more recently, "the cosmic hamlet by the sea". You can reach Homer via air, land or sea. Tourists from all over the world come for:
Homer is known as Alaska’s Art Capital and for good reason. There are numerous galleries and shops where you can see a wide variety of original art and native crafts. World-class art galleries and artist studios abound in Homer. You will find paintings in oil, watercolor and
octopus ink, along with creations from clay, fiber, beads, paper, wood and glass.
Local museums and interpretive centers bring natural history and native culture alive with state of the art technology and award winning exhibits. We recommend a stop at The Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center, which will entertain and inform both children and adults. Also plan a visit to The Pratt Museum, which has both cultural and natural history exhibits.
If hiking is your thing, Homer has a number of well-marked trails that will showcase a variety of terrain, views and difficulty levels. The City of Homer has an excellent listing of local trails that can be viewed here. Alaska.org also has a great listing of trails in and around Homer.
Dining options abound in Homer! Choices range from freshly caught halibut or salmon, to oysters harvested that day on the far side of Kachemak Bay. Several of Homer's best meals are found just minutes from The Morning Moose. From amazing sandwiches made on their fabulous fresh-baked bread at Fritz Creek General Store, to great seafood and steaks at Wasabi's, to the numerous restaurants found on the Spit and around town, the choices are endless. In town, we are particularly fond of the beautiful views and fresh seafood from Captain Patties Fish House on the Spit and the wide variety of options found downtown at Cafe Cups.
If you are just looking to quench your thirst with a cold one and celebrate your fishing success, be sure to visit the world-renowned Salty Dawg down on the Spit, or stop by Homer Brewing Company.