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Locally owned and operated by one of the original families of Lutak. This cabin was built by local high school students and moved to its current location. It has been creating cherished memories in one of the most special places in Alaska for over 30 years.
Carson purchased this Cottage in 1974
What makes this Cottage unique
Cottage is located at the epicenter for bear viewing and fishing in the fall. The perfect place for a week of fishing and enjoying the Chilkoot area. There is also a chest freezer for freezing fish.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
$1500 repainting fee
$300 cleaning fee.
No fish cleaning on property. All fish remains must be disposed of in Chilkoot River.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Perfect cabin for a nature lover on the Chilkoot Inlet.
This little cabin with a fantastic view of Chilkoot Inlet & surrounding mountains was our favorite lodging on a 2 week trip to the Juneau / Haines / Whitehorse area. The cabin is simply furnished but has all you need. There is a lovely deck & dining table outside where we sat for hours watching songbirds, eagles, and seals as the tide came in and out. Chilkoot Lake with kayaking, salmon fishing & bear watching is just a few minutes away. We would gladly stay here again!
A gem of a home!
Lovely property! Peaceful setting for wildlife watching or just sitting on the porch and taking in the breathtaking view! The house everything you need. It’s a perfect Alaskan getaway! Haines never disappoints and this property doesn’t either!
Don't hesitate to rent this cottage!!
I was one of the first to rent this cottage (before any reviews were written) and I feel like I found a hidden gem. I would reiterate reviews that have since been written in August 2018. If I were to return to Haines, this is the place for me!!!
The cottage is in the epicenter for bear and eagle viewing in the fall. You are likely to see bears on the sandflats and you will definitely see them as you cruise to the lake along the river. In the fall, eagles are abundant and salmon fishing is popular.