Photos and Description of this 8 bedroom holiday lodge in Cooper Landing
Lodge, 8 Bedrooms + Loft + Den, 7 Baths, (Sleeps 2-25)
Be at the doorstep to adventure on the Kenai Peninsula with Alaska Heavenly Lodge. This first class property offers luxury lodging surrounded by amazing natural beauty. Just a scenic 99 mile drive southeast of Anchorage, Heavenly Lodge is nestled in the quaint town of Cooper Landing at the headwaters of the world famous Kenai River. Our exquisite lodge sleeps 2 to 25 guests on 18 acres at the base of Mt. Cecil and overlooking the river.
Alaska Heavenly Lodge consists of three cabins: the Main Lodge, Mt. Cecil Cabin, and the Russian River Room. The Main Lodge and Mt. Cecil Cabin house guests while the Russian River Room serves as a common area including an outdoor hot tub, sauna, and billiards. Regardless of your group size, please inquire about accommodations here at Heavenly!
Rent the entire property exclusively for:
Group Fishing Trips
Retreats & Workshops
Keywords: resort, cabin, hotel
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
About The Owner
Brian and Katy Borchers have made their home on and off in Cooper Landing for the past 10 years. Shortly after their graduation from Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, they began working for a local outfitter on the Kenai River and fell in love with the location and community. Management of select destination fly-fishing lodges took them to locations such as El Placer, Quintana Roo, Mexico and Kukaklek Lake, Katmai National Park, Alaska, but when the opportunity to manage Alaska Heavenly Lodge in Cooper Landing presented itself they grabbed it with both hands.
Katy grew up in the interior of Alaska, Delta Jct., and has traveled extensively throughout the state. However, she hasn't seen, and cannot imagine a place more beautiful than Cooper Landing! Brian always dreamed of traveling to Alaska, growing up in Fredericksburg, Virginia. They both enjoy fishing the Kenai River and it's tributaries, hiking the surrounding Chugach Mountains, and visiting with guests exchanging stories of adventure.
The Owner purchased this lodge in 2005