We highly recommend the Inn at Haines as a great place to stay. We were end of season September visitors and Leslie created a relaxed, warm environment. So much lovely attention to detail in this old home which Leslie has artfully decorated since she took over this March in a fun blend of old and new. We had room 1 for 2 nights. The rooms are small (as stated in the ads) and the showers are shared down the hall. But don't let that make you shy away. Everything is clean, easy to use, the beds are comfortable and quiet. Lots of beautiful towels and local hand made soap. Breakfasts are fresh fruit, yogurt, granola, fresh sourdough bread with jams Leslie makes mostly from fruits and berries from the garden. Leslie has tourism experience in Haines and gave us great advice about what to do and where to go. We rented a car for the time we were there which gave us tremendous freedom as ferry riders. But the Inn is close enough to town to walk everywhere. Have fun!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Formerly The Summer Inn, a charming historic house in the heart of downtown Haines. Under new ownership as of March 2017. Views of Lynn Canal, the Chilkat Mountains and the Historic Fort Seward; the Inn is within walking distance to Haines’ sites. Built by Tim Vogel, member of Skagway's notorious Soapy Smith gang. Start your day with a fresh breakfast, spend your evening with a glass of wine on the porch and end your day tucked in our plush linens. A welcome home on your adventures! ... more less