|Space||500 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Enjoy a private studio/ cottage with a king bed, in the center of town. It's a great place to walk out the door and into the Klondike National Park. It doesn't matter if you are working, relaxing, enjoying relatives, or just escaping its a place to call your temporary home. It has one hide-a-bed for extra guests. The Bathroom is shower only. There is a microwave, small fridge, bbq, utility sink, with dishes, but honestly the resturants in the area are GREAT!
Keywords: Newly renovated historical cottage in downtown Skagway.
Born and Raised Alaskan, we welcome you to enjoy what we have enjoyed our entire life.
Tara Bass purchased this cottage in 2011
You can enjoy Klondike National Park as you step out door, the property is known to be a landmark in Skagway in the downtown area. It is quiet at night and steps away from world class attractions.
The property is private, big porch, located in the heart of everything.
One block from White Pass Yukon Route Railway, one of the biggest railroad attractions in the world. Part of the property is actually within the Klondike National Park. Choose from Alaska Helicopter guides, dogsledding on glaciers, ziplining through the lush forest, or just chill out and and have a coffee on your private deck. :)
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $25 per night, per additional guest|
No Pets, No Smoking, this home has been renovated and is thought to be one of the oldest houses in Skagway on it's original lot. The first recorded owner of the house was Frank Burns who acted as one of the first City Council members of Skagway. He was thought to have been in Soapy Smith's gang was kicked out of town when Soapy died. Part of the property is within the Klondike National Park.
Visa/MC or Cash