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Reviewed 25 February 2007

This is a charming setting in the woods with individual cabins that have queen beds; small eating area; nice bathrooms: all with delightful decorating touches. If you're looking for a B&B type experience, then this isn't the place for you. The only thing provided is a coffee maker and tea maker with an assortment of coffee/tees. There is a microwave in the main office cabin, but other than that you need to have your own food. The beds are very comfortable with very nice quilts.

It is best to have a car when staying here since it's outside Seward. We had a rental for half our stay and when our daughter took the car back to Anchorage, we were able to call PJ's Taxi for great transport around town. My advice is to stop at the grocery store before checking in for breakfast and any other eating supplies you might want. We enjoyed eating dinner at the Salmon Bake Restaurant, and there are a couple other eating choices as well in the area.

There is a office type cabin with washers and dryers that are actually there for the staff to wash sheets and towels for the cabins, however we spoke to the manager and were able to do our wash at a small fee. This was great since it was our last day of our week long land trip thru the Alaska interior before beginning our cruise.

We did not experience any problems with excessive noice from the dog kennels another poster mentioned. We heard them, but it wasn't a problem at all. It was great our last morning walking to ytheir facility though and taking a tour and dog cart adventure.

If you are looking for a B&B type experience with breakfast; lot's of amenities then this isn't the choice for you. If you want the feel of being in the middle of nature, this is a great choice!

I would have given this a higher rating if there was even a simple contental typebreakfast offered. Having to buy breakfast supplies is an inconvience and adds cost to the of staying there.

Date of stay: August 2006
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 June 2005

We stayed here 3 nights in June. The cabins are in the forest on the outskirts of Seward, just off the road to Exit Glacier. They were very rustic and cabin-y, with pine-planked walls. We had cabin #4. There is a double bed with adjoining small table and small fridge. We had a rollaway bed put in, but it didn't feel overly crowded.

The bathroom had a bathtub and shower. Plenty of hot water.

The cabins are located next door to a place that offers sled dog tours. The dogs bark and howl a lot. If I had not had earplugs, I would not have been able to sleep.

I would actually give it 3-1/2 stars if that were an option. It was a nice cabin.

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