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I suppose that some people are never happy so I just had to write a review of my very favorite place in Alaska- Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge. Everything is perfect from the cabins to the food to the wildlife, the trails, and so much more....More
Despite the fact that Sadie Cove is a remote hotel in a beautiful part of Alaska, it leaves much to be desired. The lodge was built in the 70s and needs care, maintenance and a good clean. The rooms are basic and have toilets separated...More
We have returned to Sadie Cove because of our previous experience of staying there. We will return as often as time allows!
We have stayed in both the Eagle cabin which is a cozy, comfortable cabin with a beautiful view. (There is a very short...More
We had a wonderful time at this very special, secluded resort. Our hosts Randi and Keith had the perfect blend of attention and respectful separateness. We were treated to their first-class, rustic resort accommodations up in the trees. Randi's food was so good, I could...More
We have just spent four nights at the lodge. It was a unique experience for us. As their website indicates, the buildings and cabins were hand built. Our cabin was the original kitchen and for some reason still had a stove in the middle of...More
One of the top 10 Eco-Resorts in North America. Located inside Kachemak Bay State Park, Sadie Cove Lodge offers adventures of land, sea, and air on the wild Kenai Coast. With a maximum guest capacity of 10 and no other commercial operations on the premises (public restaurant, general store, etc.) it feels like you have the whole place to your self and private groups of 8 or more do get the entire lodge.