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Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

We rented two cabins while traveling with friends. We had the number 2 and number 5 cabins. Number 2 had awesome Mountain View’s and of the two cabins is the one we would recommend. It had a deck with a view of the mountains and comfortable chairs to sit on. Cabin 5 really didn’t have a view and didn’t have a chair. The table inside had bar stools and the porch only had logs to sit on. The cabins are clean and rustic set in the woods. We found the beds to be hard. The owners were not there when we checked in and the lady who checked us in really didn’t have a lot of information.

Stayed: July 2018, travelled with friends
Thank HomeInAK
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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

The cabins were comfortable and affordable. The host has a DVD selection for visitors to use, and serves pancakes and coffee for breakfast. The Trail Lake Lodge/restaurant is nearby for meals. We drove from Anchorage to Homer, then back to Moose Pass. Stayed here and went to Exit Glacier and Seward the next morning. Midnight Sun Cabins was a great stopping point.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Jeannie D
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

So Alaskan. Small cabins, great view from front porch. Comfortable and clean room. Coffee, microwave, refrigerator. Reasonable price. Wonderful hosts. Delicious breakfast-homemade blueberry muffins. 25 miles to Seward. Wi-Fi worked okay. TV was just for DVD's. Beds were very comfortable.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Cheri M
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Reviewed 4 August 2017

Stayed one night with my boyfriend and parents and the cabin was very well equipped, spacious and overall very nice and affordable,
We met the owners at breakfast and they were really friendly and helpful.
Great spot between Seward and Anchorage, the lake is gorgeous and there are activities around.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank RifkaRM
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Reviewed 22 July 2017

Located about 45 minutes north of Seward in Moose Pass, this small complex of cabins could be a really neat, rustic hideaway. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that could be improved upon. Our group stayed in two of the cabins. The smaller cabin, #6, the Coho, had a twin and a queen bed with a mini-fridge, coffee maker, and microwave. One small table and chair are provided. Wifi is available but so slow as to be useless. There is a TV as advertised on the booking.com site, but it does not receive any stations. It is only for DVDs. There is no ice available unless you are lucky enough to have the previous guests leave ice in the ice tray of the fridge. We weren't. This smaller cabin actually had a noticeably slanted floor, with the rear of the cabin slightly higher than the front. Fortunately, the beds are positioned such that your head is higher than your feet, so that was better than feet higher than head. The bathroom is unique in that you have to step up to the toilet/shower area. The possibility of a fall during the night exists with this set-up. The other larger cabin, #4, the Papa Bear, had a twin and a queen on the main floor and two twin beds in the loft. Otherwise it was similarly outfitted with the TV that was DVD only. Breakfast was a continental affair with pancakes made by the host, homemade muffins, fruit, cereal, coffee, juice, etc. At $145 a night for two people in a cabin and $160 for three (plus tax), this lodging option is very overpriced. Suggest trying the Trail Lake Lodge. Their website shows prices of $120 to $140 with the same amenities, including a TV that presumably actually receives TV stations. It also includes a bar/restaurant attached. Ate there one day for lunch and the whole property looked to be well kept.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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