Seward Alaska and Debra
The small town of Seward, Alaska, with a population of 4000 in the summer and 3000 in the winter, is located at the end of the Seward Highway. Seward is nestled between the pristine Resurrection Bay, the dynamic Chugach Mountain Range and right next door to Kenai Fjords National Park.
With a diameter of approximately three miles you will find most activities within a one mile radius centered between our Small Boat Harbor (which is 3 blocks long) and our charming Historical Downtown area (which is 3 blocks long). No matter where you stay in Seward, in town or out of town, you will be less than 10 minutes to all the activities.
Because Seward is on the Pacific ocean, we enjoy the warmth brought by Japanese currents. In the summer the temperatures range from a comfortable 65 to 75 degrees and in the winter from about 25 to 35 degrees.
* Seward is one of Alaska's most popular visitor destinations. As a thirty-four year resident of Seward I enjoy sharing Seward with our guests. This web site will help inform you about Seward's lodging, tours and activities.
I, Debra, have been helping our guests for over twenty years and I have first hand knowledge of all lodgings. I will honestly tell you both positive or negative comments I have received about lodgings in Seward. Whether you are looking for the best price, view, breakfast, something special, or location, I can honestly direct you to a place that will fit your needs. I want you to enjoy your time in Seward, Alaska with no bad experiences. I fell in love with Seward thirty-four years ago, I hope you will do the same.