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About Hungry Moose

Enjoy a relaxing stay in Kasilof. This bed and breakfast offers a pet friendly environment. After a long day of activities, you can enjoy a relaxing evening by the fire place indoors surrounded by warm wood ceilings log accents, and artistic environment to keep you warm for winter vacation. You can lean back to enjoy a cool summer breeze on the beautifully made custom log furniture on the upper deck on a warm summer evening while enjoying a beautiful sunset behind the world famous volcanic Mount Redoubt as you savor the tempting scent of your freshly caught salmon as it sizzles on our barbecue or campfire area.

The rooms have king, queen and single size beds with antique furniture, including closet space and bureau for your convenience. A bathroom is available with a luxury jacuzzi tub and shower. The owner is on-site and offers breakfast. The bed and breakfast is on 17 acres of woods and lawn. Apple trees line the driveway. As you explore this scenic hilltop get-away, enjoy the vegetable and flower gardens, the greenhouse, the hammock, buoy swing, and greenhouse hot tub.

Nearby aquatic recreational activities include swimming for the kids at Centennial and Johnson Lakes (5 min), boating, swimming, and fishing at Johnson Lake (5 min). Boating and fishing in the Kasilof River outlet from Tustumena Lake (5 min). Fishing at Crooked Creek (5 min), Kasilof River (5 min), and beach combing, fishing, and boating at Kasilof beach (15 min).Caribou Hills Trail system Trail Head (5 min) offers snow machine in winter and ATV in the summer.

Kasilof air strip- leave to go on guided bear viewing trips or guided hunting trips 10 min away
Dining, airport, museum, art galleries, and clamming can be found in nearby Kenai (35 mi), Soldotna (25 min), Clam Gulch (15 min) and Homer (60 min)

Owner, Rebecca Hinsberger, with grandchild at her art show opening

Rebecca settled in Alaska in 1975 and built her own log home single handedly while living in a lean to. She later married and raised five children. Her life in Alaska reflects her love of adventure, as she has worked as a biologist, an artist, a teacher, a commercial fisher, a builder, a farmer, and a dog musher. She partnered with her husband, who ran the Iditarod Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome three times, back in the early days of the race. Currently she runs the bed and breakfast, farms, teaches, and travels; sometimes returning to Paris, France where she spent a year studying art at the Louvre and a private atelier as a teenager. She loves to meet people who come to the bed and breakfast from a variety of places in the world. She also makes great rhubarb-straberry pie.

Although the property was bought in 1986, the construction of the house we have today as the Hungry Moose Bed and Breakfast was started in 1994. This unique piece of land offers privacy, space view of 17 ½ hilly acres with lawns, gardens, and a pond. It has character, fresh garden produce and a view of the Kenai Mountains. There are lots of trees on the property. There is a barbecue, tables and chairs to cook a day’s catch. There is a fish cleaning area. And to be completed by mid summer- a log gazebo with a large outdoor deck with inset campfire pit and grill- built to accommodate outdoor gatherings such as weddings, family reunions, performances… or just for you and your group to enjoy an outdoor afternoon or evening around the fire while taking in the sinking sun over the Cook Inlet and the Chigmit Mountain range.

Unique Benefits:

Freedom to roam & explore the property. For direct fishing accessibility, we are in process of making a private trail to the Kasilof River. There is an outdoor deck for guests to use. Has an old time Alaska character. You feel as if you are out in the wilderness in an outdoor setting. Facebook like us! Hungry Moose Bed and Breakfast, Kasilof, AK.