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Old Inlet Trading Post Building
Constructed by Maybelle A. and Arthur W. Berry about 1936, the business was originally called “Berry’s.” The ground floor served as a grocery while the second floor consisted of hotel rooms. From 1944 to 1976 it was owned by Henry Chamberlain and Hugh Watson, then just Chamberlain, and then by George and Jane Bishop who named it Inlet Trading Post. Over the years, the store supplied a variety of merchandise to the young, growing community of homesteaders and fishermen.
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Homer: the town at the end of the road CAROL PUCCI / THE SEATTLE TIMES HOMER, Alaska — Here, in what locals call the Halibut Fishing Capital of the World, the motel rooms have freezers and rental-car agencies charge extra for returning a vehicle with a “fish smell.” The best time for a beer at […]
… Old Town Bed & Breakfast. This was the best place we had stayed at in Alaska. I can’t say a single negative thing. Our hosts were a mother-and-daughter team, Jeanne and Julie. Julie was even more friendly and gracious than your usual B&B hostess, full of information. And our room had the best bed […]
We have reduced rates during the Winter Season! All double occupancy rooms usually $95 are only $75. Mabel’s Suite is marked down from $130 to $95. Single Occupancy minus $10 and and extra person add $15. Winter Season is October 1 – March 30.
Watch the rolling waves and Kenai Mountains from Mabel's Suite. Cherry wood, four-poster queen size bed with starflower spread and shams. Private attached bath features antique fixtures. Original hardwood floor with antique trimmings. Named after Mabel Berry, the original hostess of the Old Inlet Trading Post.
This room has eastern exposure offering a special view for the sunrise waker. Featuring two beds (one queen and one twin), Alaskan garden quilt and locally-produced paintings of the historic neighborhood. Shared bath with antique fixtures.
Warm sun all day long floods this cozy, carpeted room. Southern and eastern exposure affords superb bird and wave watching. Enjoy the queen-size brass bed and handmade Alaskan wildflower quilt. Shared bath.
Winter Rate (October 1 – April 31): All rooms are $95 per night with a private bath. Tax is additional. Regular Rates (May 1 – September 30): All room’s have a private bath. Tax is additional. Breakfast is included. (Additional person add $20.)
Fodor’s, Frommer’s and Alaska Best Places travel guides have recommended Old Town B&B since 1995. Recommended by the San Jose Mercury News, July 21, 2002 as “the place to stay” in Homer. Also recommended by the L.A. Times, the Chicago Sun and other national newspapers. Testimonials & Reviews “Beautiful” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed November […]