The Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge has 4 twin beds and 2 queen beds. This is a massive log home with a high cathedral ceiling. There are two full tub/shower baths, one on the first floor and the other in the loft. The full Kitchen has upscale stainless steel appliances including refrigerator, double sink, glass cook top, convection oven and over-the-range microwave oven. There is a large dining table in the kitchen. The family Room has an entertainment center, leather recliner seat for two with center drink console, a leather recliner chair and leather couch. The loft has a second full bath, 4 twin beds and a queen bed. There is a large open porch with table and chairs and gas BBQ where you can relax and watch for moose and eagles. The Captain Cook is located on Bear Paw's 14-acre homestead property. Access to the building is a private drive that connects with both the Sterling Highway and Camai Road. This is one of 4 unique log buildings offered by Bear Paw Adventure. These buildings are considered unique, even for this picturesque Alaska location, because of the handcrafted style of the buildings, Alaskan furnishings including big game mounts, log furniture and the extent to which the buildings are stocked with supplies. The massive log structures are set among the spruce trees, alders and wildflowers on a 14 acre section of an original Alaska homestead. Guests enjoy comfortable lodging and a sample of real Alaska. Anchor Point is the westernmost point in the North American connected highway system. Driving directions from Anchorage are fairly simple - just take the only road south out of Anchorage (the Seward Highway or Route 1), then continue on Route 1 when it turns right and becomes the Sterling Highway. Follow the Sterling to Anchor Point. Total driving time from Anchorage is about four hours. This is one of the most scenic locations in the world with views of 4 volcanoes across Cook Inlet and rugged peaks and glaciers across Kachemak Bay. The area is known for fantastic scenery and exciting Alaska adventures and known around the world as a fishing hot spot.