We needed a relaxing getaway. Our request for a late check in was no problem. The room was super clean and inviting. With AJ’s Olde Town Steakhouse across the street our stay was absolutely perfect! Would recommend 100%!
Having grown up in the eclectic small town of Ojai, CA, when I first came to Homer, Alaska six years ago it felt very much like home. Through random good fortune, I found The Driftwood Inn in old town Homer. This little historic inn not only has a truly spectacular setting near a bluff overlooking beautiful Katchemak Bay, but owners Adrienne and Alex Sweeny are the most gracious, friendly, truly genuine people anyone could have the pleasure of meeting. As I was about to walk from the inn numerous miles out to the end of Homer Spit to catch the Alaska Marine Hwy ferry Tustumena my roll-a-bag handle snapped and broke. Seeing my predicament, Alex and Adrienne generously found an excellent used roll-a-bag in their storage area and sent me on my way. What incredibly wonderful people! I'm so very grateful to them. Another remarkable element about staying at The Driftwood Inn is the vast array and variety of lodging choices they provide. The most unique are the small, beautifully wood lined, "ship's quarters cabins", literally like those aboard an old ship. The entire place is imbued with character and history. Ask for a copy of the inn's history when you check in. Absolutely fascinating! Take a walk on the trail from the bluff down to Bishop's Beach and behold a scene of astonishing beauty, between the peaceful ocean and the towering, majestic peaks draped with glaciers descending to the sea. This is the place for the artistic soul to deeply regenerate in blissful solitude. No wonder Homer has such a large number of creative artists and musicians. Thank You, Adrienne and Alex, for providing the perfect place to experience the amazing beauty of this region of Alaska.…
Very nice room ,updated furnishings, absolutely wonderful steam shower!!!! Excellent value for the money! So convenient and within walking distance of two restaurants and the beach. Set against the backdrop of Kachemak bay and old town Homer, Driftwood Inn makes a great and affordable escape to paradise.
My daughter and 2 small granddaughters stayed in one of the older rooms. We live in Anchorage and love to visit Homer. The room was comfortable and was right across from the playground. We bring the girls bikes and ride to the beach. It is the perfect place to stay in Homer.
Coffee in the morning on the porch looking out at the sea was the highlight of my summer! It was a girl's trip to Homer with me, my daughter and her best friend. So close to the beach we could hear the waves. We only stayed one night, but will definitely be back for a longer stay next summer!