This warm and cozy log home features Alaskan art work, detailed hemp rope work, and a gas stove to enhance the ambience. It is within walking distance to the International Ice Carving Championships, Creamer's Field (a popular aurora viewing spot and migratory wildlife refuge and trail system), and the Tanana Valley Fairgrounds. It is also a short block to the bus stop, a mile from the railroad, and 6 miles to the airport.
Two huge picture windows face north, and lucky winter guests may watch the aurora from the comfort of the living room. This log home is located in a quiet neighborhood. It has two bedrooms with queen-size beds. The kitchen is well-stocked with baking and cooking utensils and has plenty of counter space to prepare meals. Coffee, tea, seasonings, and many other basic kitchen staples are in stock.
There is a counter style bar that seats two and the nearby dining table that seats six. The living area is graced with a gas fireplace that you can view the flames from all three sides. Though the bathroom is small, it boasts a huge Jacuzzi tub for two. There is a deck in the back yard with a gas grill.
Kathy, the single host, lives discreetly in the downstairs apartment and is available as a resource if you want to ask about the local sights and aurora viewing. She works all day as a full-time school teacher and spends most evenings tending to her vacation rental properties. There are separate entrances, vehicle plug-ins, and driveways for both the guests and the host.