Meet me where the sky touches the sea...
Let us host you in the heart
of Southeast Alaska
Have you ever slept overnight in a working lighthouse? Sitka Lighthouse provides a truly unique experience. Remodeled in 2018, the lighthouse boasts all of the luxuries of home. We're located a short five-minute water taxi ride from Sitka’s Crescent Harbor, ensuring convenience for our guests during their stay.
Privacy is guaranteed while enjoying our one-acre private island and private boat dock. With incredible amenities, your stay also includes a boat to take back and forth to town, kayaks, hot tub, fire pit, and bbq. Inside you will find a chef’s kitchen, one and a half bathrooms, and two bedrooms, to comfortably sleep six.
Completed with wrap around decks and three hundred and sixty-degree views of Sitka Sound, our guests can enjoy the incredible wildlife viewing that Sitka has to offer. Whales, sea lions, sea otters, and eagles, are just a few of the daily visitor’s our guests enjoy.
Awesome historic lighthouse on a Sitka Alaska volcanic island converted into a cute B&B including a propane fire-pit with 6 Adirondack chairs, 4 person hot tub, 4 single person kayaks/oars, and a 9.9 hp skiff boat to transport to town...even have your own reserved skiff parking place at the dock in town! Beautiful scenery and wildlife...100s of eagles, starfish, sea anemones, Stellar Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, and Orcas! Highly recommended!!!
The Sitka Lighthouse will go in the books as one of my favorite places to stay in the history of all my travels.... which have been many! Teal and Mike have truly made this a place that feels like a home away from home....and more! It’s the little details that make you truly appreciate the thoughtfulness they have put into making their guest feel at home. We spent our days exploring Sitka (the lighthouse came with a skiff to get us to the main land), kayaking the Sitka waters, watching bald eagles and harbor seals, exploring the tidal ponds for starfish and other sea life and enjoying the beautiful scenery in which we were surrounded! In the evenings we grilled delicious meals, made s’mores, enjoyed the fire pit and relaxed in the hot tub. All this topped off with a gorgeous sunset marking the end of the day! If you get the chance you should not hesitate to stay at the Sitka Lighthouse. Thoughtful amenities · Spacious rooms · Historic building
Just got home last night from 3days/2nights at the lighthouse. One of my best weekend getaways to date! The lighthouse is absolutely over-the-top. The house is decorated like something you would see in a magazine. The amenities are far too many to list. Teal, the owner, has thought of everything. The weather was gorgeous. We hot tubbed, barbecued, kayaked, took the skiff into town, Watched seals and sea lions, and Dall porpoises, there was a Eagles nest right next to the lighthouse which we watched all weekend. It was truly an amazing getaway. In fact, on the way to the airport I contacted the owner and booked it for three nights next year.
Sitka Lighthouse Salmon- From our tide to your table.
Lighthouses guide boats safely into port- the perfect match for a lighthouse keeper and a commercial fisherman. Since purchasing the lighthouse we have wanted to combine both of our passions to offer our guests and customers an incredible product. We love to feed people and what better way to experience Alaska, than to enjoy its bounty. That idea is where Sitka Lighthouse Salmon comes in.
Now Offering Wild Alaskan Salmon! With abundant, sustainable, scientifically managed runs in Alaska, wild salmon not only taste great but are loaded with healthy benefits that are life-enhancing. Your salmon is processed into fillets on board within minutes of being caught. Your frozen fresh fillets will only defrost once before cooking. We are one of a few boats to fillet onboard- ensuring a quality above the rest.
Featuring Artist Stephen Lawrie
Native New Zealander and longtime Alaskan fisherman Stephen Lawrie is motivated by his curiosity of humanity and place and has explored this theme in his painting over the past 50 years.“When I meet someone, I do wonder what their story is. Everybody wants to be seen, and that's what I work to do. My work has been evolving for over 50 years and continues to grow with each new connection I make. I consider what I do to be very personal between myself and my subject. I look to reflect what I know is in all of us; a commonality of human spirit.”Lawrie paints using acrylic combined with graphite pencil on loose, stretched canvas.