Paula's Place Bed and Breakfast caters to just one group per night whether it is one guest or six. They can relax in the guest lounge with a large screen TV, enjoy a snack at the in-suite table or have a BBQ in the back yard picnic area, as well as walk the nearby trails. Then they can enjoy the comfortable queen-size beds in each of the two bedrooms, plus the full size couch/hideabed in the guest lounge. Of course, there is a full hot breakfast in the morning.
Each additional guest is $15.00 *
(October 1 through May 15)
* All rates are subject to 7.85 per cent tax.
Reservations made before May 15, 2022 receive $10 per night off the summer rates room cost.
When accompanied by two adults, children 15 and under are half price. Children 3 and under are free.
Reservations for six or more consecutive days are 10 per cent off the room cost.
These accommodations let you enjoy a view of the bay and mountains while devouring an exceptional hot breakfast served according to your schedule and dietary needs. The most sincere compliment on my breakfasts that I ever received was from a 16-year-old boy after I served a breakfast that included ham and cheese crepes. He exclaimed "Boy, this breakfast is good - I like it even better than cold pizza!"
Paua's Place Bed and Breakfast is located on a quiet side street within walking distance of art galleries, restaurants and museums. Guests enjoy free WiFi, cable TV, microwave, refrigerator, laundry, a private entrance, off-street parking and a BBQ/picnic area. We cater to just one group at a time, whether it is one person or up to six.
As a former rancher from Colorado, Paula and her Corgi, Bear, know how important it is to be able to relax and get a good night's sleep, then sit down to a big "ranch-style" breakfast in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. We know all the activities available in Homer and can help guide your stay and make sure your time in Homer is memorable.
Kachemak Bay halibut, salmon, rockfish, ling cod, Anchor River trout, salmon
Flights to Katmai & Lake Clark National Parks to see brown bears, see otters on the Bay, watch moose and their young in town during early spring and summer or surrounding areas in later seasons
Kachemak Bay State Park, Bishop's Beach, Homestead Trail, Wynn Nature Center, Eveline Trail, Reber Trail, Homer Spit, East End Road, Diamond Creek
Rent a kayak and explore Kachemak Bay State Park, coves, lakes, Kachemak Bay
Ferries to Halibut Cove and Seldovia, wildlife boat tours of Kachemak Bay, Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies tours to Peterson Bay and Wynn Nature Center, horseback riding, ATV rides
Visit the Pratt Museum, Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, art galleries featuring local art and native art, boutiques, souvenir shops with Made In Alaska items, or dine in variety of excellent restaurants featuring local seafood.
We're always glad to answer your questions by phone or email about accommodations or activities around Homer.
4067 Calhoun St., Homer, AK 99603, US