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We stayed 9/14-9/20 in the Family Cabin with our 9 year old and almost 1 year old. It was awesome. More than enough space, kitchen and fridge were perfect. We bought groceries in town and cooked at the cabin. Super close to Seward and super...More
The bed was very comfortable. I believe I counted 12 windows in our unit. But only 1 of those windows opened. And that was directly above the head of the bed. It was not hot when we stayed, but with one open out window it...More
My entire group loved this place! Our group of 11 had the family cabin and two regular cabins. We loved the cabins and the setting! We could hear the sled dogs most nights. Not too loud to bug anyone but fun to think they were...More
Great location! Feels like Alaska!
Very comfortable accommodation with all amenities.
A few suggestions: since there are so many windows it would be nice that a few windows could be opened especially in the bathroom.
The folding bed is great for an extra guest but...More
These cabins are great for two people. They are close to Seward without being in the city and are convenient to the Exit Glacier. The neighbor property across the street looks kind of scary and you can hear the sled dogs barking next door in...More
The cabins are in the woods several miles from the city of Seward and there is no food nearby. You could purchase food in Seward and keep it in the mini refrigerator and cook it in the microwave or grill it over a wood fire... More
The cabins are in the woods several miles from the city of Seward and there is no food nearby. You could purchase food in Seward and keep it in the mini refrigerator and cook it in the microwave or grill it over a wood fire. You still have the problem of transportation to the city