Gustavus, AK, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Gustavus

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2br Home/Apartment
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Чистая уютная просторная квартира новой планировки. Остекленный балкон. В квартире есть все необходимое для проживания: шкаф, одеяла, подушки, чистое постельное белье и полотенца, ТВ, Wi-Fi, кухонный гарнитур, посуда, СВЧ, плита, электрический чайник, утюг, холодильник, горячая и холодная вода, стиральная машина. Спальные места 2+2+1 Выходные и праздничные дни 1500 руб. сутки.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceAimee’s Guest House has a wonderful location on the “quiet side” of the Salmon River, which flows through central Gustavus. Stores, restaurants, galleries, and what comprises our “downtown” are all a short walk or bike ride away. Glacier Bay National Park is 8 miles from town: the dock and airport are each 2 miles from the Guest House. Situated on 10 acres of river meadow, your vacation home is surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and enjoys a panoramic view of Excursion Ridge and Icy Strait. Our Community Garden is just across the River from the Guesthouse, and you’ll often see gardeners busy at working their crops. For many, it is a major supplement to a near-subsistence lifestyle. It’s also a great place to visit and see what we can grow in the long days of summer. Aimee’s Guest House is the former Salmon River Smokehouse, Gustavus’ first “fish foundry”, and a thriving business for 13 years. Three apartments fill the spaces where the crew put their feet up, or processed and packaged smoked salmon and halibut for shipment throughout the US. Guest AccessI am pleased to offer you a place to relax after a “hard days work” at play. When you arrive to Gustavus, a taxi or rental car will greet you and bring you to your door. From here you can walk to the grocery store, golf course, or beach. Numerous activities are available - just ask us! Bikes are available to quicken your pace. You can stroll down to the river and watch the salmon slalom, or you can put your feet up and watch a world of eagles, ravens, geese, and hawks. Binoculars are available for a close-up of a bear or moose passing by or stopping to graze. Interaction with GuestsEither I or my manager Kathy will be available to answer your questions.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The Space4 Corners Glacier Bay Cottage in Gustavus caters to the independent traveler. This small two-story house is conveniently located at the 4-Corners in the center of Gustavus, yet is very private and rural. Outside your window you'll find a horse and a donkey in our pasture, plus spruce and willow trees. It is a very short walk to the health food store / deli, grocery store and a café / gallery as well as to a quiet river, ocean beach, and hiking trail. On the first floor of the cottage is a full kitchen/living room (stove and microwave; table and couch) plus a full bathroom, including a tub, plus a washer/dryer. The second story is a bedroom with a double bed and a single bed. The sofa in the living room also converts into a double bed. There are games and books for your use. Available for your use are bicycles for biking the flat roads leading from beach to forest and to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. There is also a local taxi available, and bus service to Glacier Bay National Park which is 10 miles away. Your long-time Gustavus hosts Kate (artist) and Fritz (boat builder) are happy to help you enjoy this special place, which includes a Public Library, several art studios, excellent fishing, beach walking, trails, and roads to travel. Wireless internet is available for an hourly fee at the cottage and for free at the local Library. There are weekly opportunities to join musical groups singing and playing instruments at the gallery and in the Library, as well as at times in people's homes. Instruments are available for loan. Just ask your host!
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2br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceAimee’s Guest House has a wonderful location on the “quiet side” of the Salmon River, which flows through central Gustavus. Stores, restaurants, galleries, and what comprises our “downtown” are all a short walk or bike ride away. Glacier Bay National Park is 8 miles from town: the dock and airport are each 2 miles from the Guest House. Situated on 10 acres of river meadow, your vacation home is surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and enjoys a panoramic view of Excursion Ridge and Icy Strait. Our Community Garden is just across the River from the Guesthouse, and you’ll often see gardeners busy at working their crops. For many, it is a major supplement to a near-subsistence lifestyle. It’s also a great place to visit and see what we can grow in the long days of summer. Aimee’s Guest House is the former Salmon River Smokehouse, Gustavus’ first “fish foundry”, and a thriving business for 13 years. Three apartments fill the spaces where the crew put their feet up, or processed and packaged smoked salmon and halibut for shipment throughout the US. Guest AccessI am pleased to offer you a place to relax after a “hard days work” at play, When you arrive to Gustavus, a taxi or rental car will greet you and bring you to your door. From here you can walk to the grocery store, golf course, or beach. Numerous activities are available - just ask us! Bikes are available to quicken your pace. You can stroll down to the river and watch the salmon slalom, or you can put your feet up and watch a world of eagles, ravens, geese, and hawks. Binoculars are available for a close-up of a bear or moose passing by or stopping to graze.There is a laundry room shared by three apartments. Interaction with GuestsEither I or my managers will be available to answer your questions. The NeighborhoodGlacier Bay National Park is the back yard. The Nature Conservancy and the community partnered to preserve the wide beaches that are the front yard, creating an Oasis of humanity. Spread across a broad once-glacial outwash and surrounded by wild nature, Gustavus offers space and perspective. Getting AroundTaxis and rental cars are available; bikes and boots get you almost anywhere else in good time....
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Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceAimee’s Guest House has a wonderful location on the “quiet side” of the Salmon River, which flows through central Gustavus. Stores, restaurants, galleries, and what comprises our “downtown” are all a short walk or bike ride away. Glacier Bay National Park is 8 miles from town: the dock and airport are each 2 miles from the Guest House. Situated on 10 acres of river meadow, your vacation home is surrounded by an ever-changing palate of wildflowers, and enjoys a panoramic view of Excursion Ridge and Icy Strait. Our Community Garden is just across the River from the Guesthouse, and you’ll often see gardeners busy at working their crops. For many, it is a major supplement to a near-subsistence lifestyle. It’s also a great place to visit and see what we can grow in the long days of summer. Aimee’s Guest House is the former Salmon River Smokehouse, Gustavus’ first “fish foundry”, and a thriving business for 13 years. Three apartments fill the spaces where the crew put their feet up, or processed and packaged smoked salmon and halibut for shipment throughout the US. Guest AccessI am pleased to offer you a place to relax after a “hard days work” at play, When you arrive to Gustavus, a taxi or rental car will greet you and bring you to your door. From here you can walk to the grocery store, golf course, or beach. Numerous activities are available - just ask us! Bikes are available to quicken your pace. You can stroll down to the river and watch the salmon slalom, or you can put your feet up and watch a world of eagles, ravens, geese, and hawks. Binoculars are available for a close-up of a bear or moose passing by or stopping to graze. Interaction with GuestsEither I or my managers will be available to answer your questions.
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1br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceThe Gustavus Getaway is now closed for the 2016 summer season. The elementary school session has begun and a school teacher is renting the house for the winter. For the 2017 summer season, due to cleaning scheduling limitations, we are asking for a 4 night minimum stay. The Gustavus Getaway is a private house located in Gustavus, a small community in southeast Alaska, nestled at the entrance of Glacier Bay National Park. The house is easily accessible from Juneau by air taxi, jet, or ferry. This wood paneled, 600 sq ft, two story, cozy cottage is in its own secluded corner, yet located in the heart of Gustavus. The cottage has a spacious, open, sunny interior with many windows. Fully furnished and equipped with most household items, there is a full kitchen with stove and microwave, full bath with a claw foot tub, and washer/dryer. A queen size bed and twin futon are located in the upstairs loft. A double size "click-clack" couch is located on the main floor to accommodate one or two more people. We invite you to settle in for a piece of Alaskan solitude. Gustavus is easy to explore on foot or by bicycle (provided) or to take in any of the fun and exciting summer Alaskan adventures. We will provide you with an information sheet listing local excursions - day boat trips in Glacier Bay National Park, kayak, whale watching, or fishing trip adventures. You will know all you need to know to contact, schedule and book your trips for your stay. Lori is the Gustavus manager and she will be in contact with you after you book regarding your specific trip plans. All local taxes are included in the nightly booking cost. We look forward to your call! Guest Access. Interaction with GuestsWe meet you at the cottage to show you around and check in via airbnb or text throughout your stay. We can help arrange taxi transportation to/from the airport or ferry. The NeighborhoodThe cottage is situated in the middle of town. This means that the rural road is a short walk to the Salmon River Park and a few minutes bike ride to 4-Corners and Dock Road where you will find a coffee shop and gallery, restaurant, and just up Dock Road, a deli/health food store. Getting AroundNo public transit in this rural town. Bicycles are provided. Rental cars are available. Yes, definitely parking. There are a couple taxi and tour companies. There are some shuttles to specific activities as well.
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    The SpaceWe run a full service inn in Glacier Bay National Park. Visit Gustavus from Juneau, Alaska's Capital city. Right in the middle of Glacier Bay National Park, there are many activities like glacier viewing, whalewatching and kayaking. Your rate includes 3 full meals daily, and is quoted per person. Open May 25 to Sept 6, 2012 Guest AccessWe have a full dining room, naturalist library, hearth room with full cable tv including HBO, and bikes for guests to explore. Interaction with GuestsOwners onsite will help with any tour planning. Full service. The NeighborhoodWe are ten minutes from the dock by bike, a mile from the airport and 20 minutes to Bartlett Cove. Other Things to NoteWe are located in the Salmon River Meadow in the center of town. We provide rides to the dock and Bartlett Cove. Daily naturalist walks in Glacier Bay National Park ride provided.
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    2br apt. / condo
      Spacious comfort, panoramic views, and a private deck…what more could you want? This second-floor suite sleeps up to six, and there are views of river, mountains, and meadow from every window. The day bed and hammock on the deck are favorite places for relaxing. Surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and panoramic views of mountains and water, Aimee's Guest House is located in 10 acres of meadow on the bank of the Salmon River. The building is the former Salmon River Smokehouse—a thriving fish-processing business for 13 years. It now houses three comfortable self-catering apartments. This is a wonderful location, very convenient to stores, food, and galleries. The ferry dock and the airport are each two miles from the Guest House. Glacier Bay National Park is eight miles away. Exploring Gustavus and Glacier Bay- Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi. This unique town deserves (and the cleaning lady requires) a 3-night minimum stay. Space is reserved upon receipt of one-half the rental fee. Full payment + 4% bed tax is due 30 days before your arrival. Refunds, less a $25 processing fee, will be given if your reservation is cancelled more than 30 days before your scheduled arrival. After this, refunds apply only if the room can be re-booked. Situated on 10 acres of river meadow, your vacation home is surrounded by an ever-changing palate, and enjoys a panoramic view of Excursion Ridge and Icy Strait. Our Community Garden is just across the River from the Guesthouse, and you’ll often see gardeners busy at working their crops. For many, it is a major supplement to a near-subsistence lifestyle. It’s also a great place to visit and see what we can grow in the long days of summer. I am pleased to offer you a place to relax after a “hard days work” at play, When you arrive to Gustavus, a taxi or rental car will greet you and bring you to your door. From there you can walk to the grocery store, golf course, or beach. Bikes are available to quicken your pace. You can stroll down to the river and watch the salmon slalom, or you can put your feet up and watch a world of eagles, ravens, geese, and hawks. Binoculars are available for a close-up of a bear or moose passing by or stopping to graze.
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      1br apt. / condo
        Well-appointed ground floor studio suite with a queen bed and a private mudroom entry. Small private deck with a view of the meadow—a great place for morning coffee or evening barbecue. Light and bright! Surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and panoramic views of mountains and water, Aimee's Guest House is located in 10 acres of meadow on the bank of the Salmon River. The building is the former Salmon River Smokehouse—a thriving fish-processing business for 13 years. It now houses three comfortable self-catering apartments. This is a wonderful location, very convenient to stores, food, and galleries. The ferry dock and the airport are each two miles from the Guest House. Glacier Bay National Park is eight miles away. Exploring Gustavus and Glacier Bay- Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi. This unique town deserves (and the cleaning lady requires) a 3-night minimum stay. Space is reserved upon receipt of one-half the rental fee. Full payment + 4% bed tax is due 30 days before your arrival. Refunds, less a $25 processing fee, will be given if your reservation is cancelled more than 30 days before your scheduled arrival. After this, refunds apply only if the room can be re-booked Situated on 10 acres of river meadow, your vacation home is surrounded by an ever-changing palate, and enjoys a panoramic views of mountains, ocean and meadows. Our Community Garden is just across the River from the Guesthouse, and you'll often see gardeners busy at working their crops. Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi.
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          This spacious ground-floor apartment, the Shooting Star, has an open floor plan, lots of light, and pleasant views over the meadow. The bedroom has a queen bed, and the living room has a futon that sleeps two. Surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and panoramic views of mountains and water, Aimee's Guest House is located in 10 acres of meadow on the bank of the Salmon River. The building is the former Salmon River Smokehouse—a thriving fish-processing business for 13 years. It now houses three comfortable self-catering apartments. This is a wonderful location, very convenient to stores, food, and galleries. The ferry dock and the airport are each two miles from the Guest House. Glacier Bay National Park is eight miles away. Exploring Gustavus and Glacier Bay- Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi.mee's Guest House has a wonderful location on the “quiet side” of the Salmon River, which flows through central Gustavus. Stores, restaurants, galleries, and what comprises our “downtown” are all a short walk or bike ride away. Glacier Bay National Park is 8 miles from town: the dock and airport are each 2 miles from the Guest House. This unique town deserves (and the cleaning lady requires) a 3-night minimum stay. Space is reserved upon receipt of one-half the rental fee. Full payment + 4% bed tax is due 30 days before your arrival. Refunds, less a $25 processing fee, will be given if your reservation is cancelled more than 30 days before your scheduled arrival. After this, refunds apply only if the room can be re-booked Situated on 10 acres of river meadow, your vacation home is surrounded by an ever-changing palate, and enjoys a panoramic view of Excursion Ridge and Icy Strait. Our Community Garden is just across the River from the Guesthouse, and you’ll often see gardeners busy at working their crops. For many, it is a major supplement to a near-subsistence lifestyle. It’s also a great place to visit and see what we can grow in the long days of summer. I am pleased to offer you a place to relax after a “hard days work” at play, When you arrive to Gustavus, a taxi or rental car will greet you and bring you to your door. From there you can walk to the grocery store, golf course, or beach. Bikes are available to quicken your pace. You can stroll down to the river and watch the salmon slalom, or you can put your feet up and watch a world of eagles, ravens, geese, and hawks. Binoculars are available for a close-up of a bear or moose passing by or stopping to graze. May and June are filled with migrating birds, king salmon, and ever-changing fields of wildflowers. Summer activities from May 15th through Labor Day include world class kayaking, hiking beaches and forests, whale-watching, ocean and fly-fishing, golf, eco-tours, bicycling, and so much more. The following is a list of the most popular tours. Think about what you'd like to do and I can book your tours for you (concierge service is free!) Together we'll build you the perfect custom vacation. What could be easier? The Glacier Bay Boat Tour is the only seasonal day tour of Glacier Bay. An 8-hour boat ride takes it all in. A park service naturalist is aboard to make sure you see all there is to see, and understand what you’re seeing. You’ll share the Bay with whales---minke, orca, or humpback--porpoises, and sea otters. The islands provide a close-up view of the rookeries of guillemots, puffins, cormorants, and the bedrooms of seals and sea lions. Bears, moose, and mountain goats roam the shores and rock cliffs that this recent ice age has been leaving behind over the last 200+ years. On this spacious 150-passenger vessel, there’s room to move around, and snacks and lunch are provided. The Whale-watching Tour on the 23-passenger MV Taz is an Alaskan family-owned business that runs twice daily from the Gustavus dock. Todd and his crew have developed a wonderful rapport with the leviathans that regard Pt. Adolphus as the best restaurant in town. On this three hour tour, you can be assured of some great photos, and a chance to listen via hydrophone to the submarine dinner conversation when he turns the engine off to drift among them. And speaking of whales, how about the view from a kayak? There are two options for this, both of them a full-day guided trip (7 hours) with lunch and all gear provided: Our local Spirit Walker Expeditions has been providing this tour for the longest, and their guides are well-tuned naturalists that can provide you with an educational adventure. A quick boat-ride deposits you and kayaks at Pt. Adolphus for your safety orientation and an opportunity to look into the old-growth rainforest there. Then you head out for a leisurely tour of the shoreline and the kelp line of seals and sea otters, while enjoying a close but respectable distance from the feeding whales and sea lions. Kids love this trip! The second option involves a “mother ship”. The MV Kahsteen, a 6-passenger vessel, leaves the dock at 8:30 am and heads for Pt. Adolphus. An hour later, you can be putting your kayaks in the water from shipboard. A guide helps you navigate from there. This is a good option for those of you who might think less time in the water could be a good thing. Another kayak option from Gustavus is the Wilderness Isle tour. Spirit Walker guides you from our beach to Pleasant Island. After a hike into the old-growth forest and a gourmet lunch on the beach, you will understand where this island gets its name. You are likely to see deer, eagles, sea-birds, and any number of marine mammals on this 3-10 mile excursion. 6 ½ hours. Or you can rent a kayak and head out on your own. Bartlett Cove, where Glacier Bay National Park has its headquarters, is a protected bay where you can rent a kayak for a half or full day. Orientation is given twice daily and all gear, including boots and raingear, is provided as needed. A half or full day (lunch included) guided trip is also available here. Moose and bear often roam the shoreline, and marine mammals feed among the boats anchored out . This is a good day to include a hike in the Park, and/or a lunch on the deck of the lodge there. An all-day eco-tour to the “outer coast” in an enclosed 6-passenger boat is a photographer’s dream. Pt. Adolphus whales are the first destination, and then your local captain will show you the neighborhood. You’ll see sea lion rookeries, commercial trollers at work, explore hidden coves and passages, islands and arches, and stop for lunch in a quaint boardwalk village. A unique trip tailored to your desires. 2-person minimum. What can I say about fishing? Halibut, salmon, rockfish, trout….they’re all here. Ocean or stream fishing days in a 6-passenger boat are an adventure in sport, with all the glorious views and animals as background. I can recommend the best local guides for this, and assure you will have something for dinner or to share with the friends back home. But then, enough about water! How about a flight over an ice-age? You can oversee the geology of the fastest ice retreat in recent time. Fields and rivers of ice are suspended between the mountains that separate Alaska from Canada, and create the spectacular landscape of Glacier Bay. A one-hour flight from Gustavus. Of course these are just some of the things you can do while visiting Gustavus. Hiking our miles of wild beaches, now protected by the Nature Conservancy, or biking the flat expanses of our town looking for moose, fishing the Salmon River that runs by the Guest House, visiting galleries, enjoying a gourmet dinner at one of the local Inns….These are all other ways to expand the treasure of memories you’ll take back with you when your vacation in Alaska is over.
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          2br house
            Looking out the large windows on Fredric Sound, you will see whales, seals, eagles fly past your window or on the outside deck, as you enjoy your morning coffee. The home can sleep 6 people in 2 bedrooms, 1 with a King size bed and two queen beds in loft. A nook of the loft that can be used for mats and sleeping bags. 1 bathroom with shower and tub, washer and dryer, full kitchen, large living-room, Radio, CD player, Tv, no cable. Oil heat. Beds: 1 King Bed, 2 Queen Beds, 1 Sofa Bed Lodging tax: 6.5% Deposits: 10 days before occupancy a deposit of $1,000.00 must be received. It will be returned with in 10 days of you departure. Other Fees: Renter well please put strip beds and towels when leaving in Laundry room and leave home clean and in order. There will be a $135.00 cleaning fee for the additional cleaning. Thank you for your help. Looking out the large windows on Fredric Sound, you will see whales, seals, eagles fly past your window or on the outside deck, as you enjoy your morning coffee. The home can sleep 6 people in 2 bedrooms, 1 with a King size bed and two queen beds in loft. A nook of the loft that can be used for mats and sleeping bags. 1 bathroom with shower and tub, washer and dryer, full kitchen, large living-room, Radio, CD player, Tv, no cable. Oil heat. Beds: 1 King Bed, 2 Queen Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
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            2br Home/Apartment
              Pelican is a fishing village on the ocean by Juneau, Alaska. This house is fully furnished - comes with the use of an inflatable with a 25hp engine, canoe and golf cart. Watch whales, otters and sea lions from your balcony. Sight see/fish/write/read.
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              2br house
                Townhouse in Sugar Hill, St James, Barbados, Caribbean - Platinum Coast Location, 5 Minutes Drive To Beaches Sugar Plum is a luxurious townhouse located in the exclusive gated Sugar Hill Resort on the platinum coast of Barbados. The facilities include swimming pools, fitness gym, tennis courts and restaurant. The townhouse comprises two air-conditioned en suite bedrooms with king sized beds, a fully equipped kitchen, laundry and an air-conditioned living room furnished with an exquisite Caribbean flavour. It is perfect for two couples or a couple with children. The features include ceiling fans, flat screen televisions with cable and DVD players throughout, a private plunge pool, telephone, internet and Wi-Fi. The downstairs bedroom and living area open onto a terrace, surrounded by lush tropical foliage, with a barbecue grill to facilitate outdoor dining. The upstairs bedroom has French doors which open onto its own private balcony. Beds: 2 King Beds Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa Townhouse in Sugar Hill, St James, Barbados, Caribbean - Platinum Coast Location, 5 Minutes Drive To Beaches Sugar Plum is a luxurious townhouse located in the exclusive gated Sugar Hill Resort on the platinum coast of Barbados. The facilities include swimming pools, fitness gym, tennis courts and restaurant. The townhouse comprises two air-conditioned en suite bedrooms with king sized beds, a fully equipped kitchen, laundry and an air-conditioned living room furnished with an exquisite Caribbean flavour. It is perfect for two couples or a couple with children. The features include ceiling fans, flat screen televisions with cable and DVD players throughout, a private plunge pool, telephone, internet and Wi-Fi. The downstairs bedroom and living area open onto a terrace, surrounded by lush tropical foliage, with a barbecue grill to facilitate outdoor dining. The upstairs bedroom has French doors which open onto its own private balcony. Beds: 2 King Beds
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                6br yacht
                  Snowgoose Alaska has been offering private and shared cabin adventure charters for more than 10 years. With 8 different itineraries to choose from-we are one of the only small yacht companies that offers a varied itinerary during the height of summer season in the Inside Passage of Alaska. Whether you are a group looking to enjoy the entire boat with a group of friends or are an individual ready to see what Alaksa offers-we have a charter for you.
                  hotel
                  14br hotel
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                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
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                  Situated by the ocean, this bed & breakfast is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Mt. Fairweather Golf Course and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from 1957 Gustavus Plane Crash Site. Glacier Bay National Park is 7 mi (11.3 km) away.
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                  48br hotel
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                  • Gym
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                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated near the bay, this lodge is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Glacier Bay National Park and within 9 mi (15 km) of 1957 Gustavus Plane Crash Site and Mt. Fairweather Golf Course.
                  hotel
                  10br hotel
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                  • Gym
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                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Gustavus, this bed & breakfast is 2 mi (3.1 km) from 1957 Gustavus Plane Crash Site and within 6 mi (10 km) of Mt. Fairweather Golf Course and Glacier Bay National Park.
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                  The SpaceThis is a Pacific yurt, older, yet perfectly comfortable for budget travelers. This is a wilderness area and it would not be unusual to see moose nearby, maybe black bears, lots of birds including bald eagles. It is awesome here. Guest AccessThe yurt is all yours. If you would like to book a massage, you can let me know and I will show you to the studio. Interaction with GuestsI will be around to welcome and orient you to the area. I live next door and will be available to answer questions though have a massage space on the property so will not always be available. I appreciate us both having privacy. Getting AroundI have three older cruiser bikes for free use, you can walk to town or the beach. There is a space for a car if you have one or you can call a cab to get out to Glacier Bay National Park, 10miles away.
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                  2br Home/Apartment
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                  This 350 sq foot two room cabin has a studio room with small kitchen, full futon bed and desk. There is a shower and an outhouse nearby, no indoor toilet. The second room has a single bed and dresser, and is also a massage studio (bookings available). There are two old one speed cruiser bikes available for your use.
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                  Home/Apartment
                    This spacious ground-floor apartment, the Shooting Star, has an open floor plan, lots of light, and pleasant views over the meadow. The bedroom has a queen bed, and the living room has a futon that sleeps two. Surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and panoramic views of mountains and water, Aimee's Guest House is located in 10 acres of meadow on the bank of the Salmon River. The building is the former Salmon River Smokehouse—a thriving fish-processing business for 13 years. It now houses three comfortable self-catering apartments. This is a wonderful location, very convenient to stores, food, and galleries. The ferry dock and the airport are each two miles from the Guest House. Glacier Bay National Park is eight miles away. Exploring Gustavus and Glacier Bay- Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi.mee's Guest House has a wonderful location on the “quiet side” of the Salmon River, which flows through central Gustavus. Stores, restaurants, galleries, and what comprises our “downtown” are all a short walk or bike ride away. Glacier Bay National Park is 8 miles from town: the dock and airport are each 2 miles from the Guest House.
                    Home/Apartment
                    1br Home/Apartment
                      Well-appointed ground floor studio suite with a queen bed and a private mudroom entry. Small private deck with a view of the meadow—a great place for morning coffee or evening barbecue. Light and bright! Surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and panoramic views of mountains and water, Aimee's Guest House is located in 10 acres of meadow on the bank of the Salmon River. The building is the former Salmon River Smokehouse—a thriving fish-processing business for 13 years. It now houses three comfortable self-catering apartments. This is a wonderful location, very convenient to stores, food, and galleries. The ferry dock and the airport are each two miles from the Guest House. Glacier Bay National Park is eight miles away. Exploring Gustavus and Glacier Bay- Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi.
                      Home/Apartment
                      2br Home/Apartment
                        Spacious comfort, panoramic views, and a private deck…what more could you want? This second-floor suite sleeps up to six, and there are views of river, mountains, and meadow from every window. The day bed and hammock on the deck are favorite places for relaxing. Surrounded by an ever-changing palette of wildflowers, and panoramic views of mountains and water, Aimee's Guest House is located in 10 acres of meadow on the bank of the Salmon River. The building is the former Salmon River Smokehouse—a thriving fish-processing business for 13 years. It now houses three comfortable self-catering apartments. This is a wonderful location, very convenient to stores, food, and galleries. The ferry dock and the airport are each two miles from the Guest House. Glacier Bay National Park is eight miles away. Exploring Gustavus and Glacier Bay- Aimee's Guest House is a great place to just relax and put your feet up in a beautiful environment, or to stroll down to the river to watch wildlife or go fishing. If you're feeling more ambitious, Gustavus offers abundant opportunities for hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, golfing, ocean fishing, and glacier viewing. We can tell you more about tour options, and book tours for you, at no additional cost—please ask. If you'd rather make your own way, bicycles are a great way to get around Gustavus; we have several available free for guest use. For longer excursions, we can arrange for a rental car or taxi.
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                        2br Home/Apartment
                          Looking out the large windows on Fredric Sound, you will see whales, seals, eagles fly past your window or on the outside deck, as you enjoy your morning coffee. The home can sleep 6 people in 2 bedrooms, 1 with a King size bed and two queen beds in loft. A nook of the loft that can be used for mats and sleeping bags. 1 bathroom with shower and tub, washer and dryer, full kitchen, large living-room, Radio, CD player, Tv, no cable. Oil heat. Beds: 1 King Bed, 2 Queen Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
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                          2br Home/Apartment
                            Townhouse in Sugar Hill, St James, Barbados, Caribbean - Platinum Coast Location, 5 Minutes Drive To Beaches Sugar Plum is a luxurious townhouse located in the exclusive gated Sugar Hill Resort on the platinum coast of Barbados. The facilities include swimming pools, fitness gym, tennis courts and restaurant. The townhouse comprises two air-conditioned en suite bedrooms with king sized beds, a fully equipped kitchen, laundry and an air-conditioned living room furnished with an exquisite Caribbean flavour. It is perfect for two couples or a couple with children. The features include ceiling fans, flat screen televisions with cable and DVD players throughout, a private plunge pool, telephone, internet and Wi-Fi. The downstairs bedroom and living area open onto a terrace, surrounded by lush tropical foliage, with a barbecue grill to facilitate outdoor dining. The upstairs bedroom has French doors which open onto its own private balcony. Beds: 2 King Beds
                            Boat
                            6br Boat
                              Snowgoose Alaska has been offering private and shared cabin adventure charters for more than 10 years. With 8 different itineraries to choose from-we are one of the only small yacht companies that offers a varied itinerary during the height of summer season in the Inside Passage of Alaska. Whether you are a group looking to enjoy the entire boat with a group of friends or are an individual ready to see what Alaksa offers-we have a charter for you.
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                              2br Home/Apartment
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                              • Parking
                              Our place is close to the school, the boat harbor, downtown, HIA, arts and culture, the park, the beach, restaurants and dining, great views. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance, the outdoors space, and the neighborhood. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
                              Home/Apartment
                              1br Home/Apartment
                              • Parking
                              My place is close to the school, the boat harbors, restaurants and dining, HIA, arts and culture, the park and the beach.. You’ll love my place because of The harbor views, the extremely convenient location and the the ambiance.. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              • Pets Allowed
                              • Wifi
                              Gustavus Inn is family run, serving visitors to Glacier Bay National Park since 1965. Activities arranged are: Glacier Bay boat day cruise, saltwater fishing, guided kayaking, whale watching, Icy Strait touring, flight-seeing. Locally, bike riding, hiking and beach combing are popular. Room rate includes all meals and local transfers. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are carefully prepared for all our guests featuring local seafood, our garden produce and wild edibles. Gustavus Inn dining experience was chosen an "America's Classic" by the James Beard Foundation 2010. Meals are included in the rate and flexible to your needs just let us know.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              Bed & Breakfast
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                              • Wifi
                              Glacier Bay Country Inn is located in quiet Gustavus Alaska, gateway to Glacier Bay National Park, and is home to some of the best fishing, whale watching, wildlife, and breathtaking scenery that you will find in all of Alaska. If you are wanting to experience Alaska, there is no better place to visit. The lodge rests on 160 acres of Alaskan rain forest and beautiful meadows overlooking the snow covered mountains in the distance. Incredible meals, breads, and pastries are prepared each day by our chef and staff. As Gustavus is a small town and there are limited places to eat in the area, your lodging price includes all meals and a large dining room and kitchen comprise the first floor of the lodge. Meals are prepared by our Chef, who is well known for his ability to create delicious dishes for all. The property offers many unique activities such as hiking, bike riding, wildlife viewing, watching movies in the movie room, playing games or socializing in the recreation room, relaxing after an adventurous day in the jacuzzi, and sitting around the fire after dinner.
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                              2br Home/Apartment
                              • Parking
                              • Pets Allowed
                              • Wifi
                              The house has a roomy entry way, a cozy wood stove, and a recently remodeled and spacious kitchen which has all utensils and cookware. The living room has three large picture windows which look directly down to the water in the bay and the mountains. One bedroom has a queen sized bed and the other has a double. Both are practically brand new. Bedding and towels are provided. There is a barbecue in the front yard and a fire pit beside the house for eating outside. The location of the house is one of the highest dwellings in Hoonah, making the view astounding. It is on the outskirts of town, making it a quiet place to relax and has a secluded feeling. Sitka black-deer can be seen around the house from time to time. The house is still being remodeled, but it has everything one would need.
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                              1br Home/Apartment
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                              • Pets Allowed
                              Experience the wonders of Chichagof Island while residing in the privacy of this red and yellow cedar cabin located in Hoonah, Alaska. The chalet rents in a small neighborhood setting with all of the amenities of home. Hoonah Hideout is rented only on a short-term or daily basis (two day minimum). It can be used as a private stay for one to seven guests. The flawless wood of this structure was harvested from Southeast, Alaska. Icy Straits Lumber & Milling Inc. harvested and milled the timber locally. This fine company further aided in the construction of the cabin with their team of first-rate craftsmen. Hoonah, Alaska is a small community located in Port Frederick (accessed by Icy Strait), on Chichagof Island. The culture of Hoonah is deeply rooted in its Alaska Native people and traditions. This sleepy community has in recent years grown with the addition of a port for commercial cruise liners. Point Sophia is a renovated cannery which serves as a stop for cruise ships, touring the inside passage. While this commercial point is a place of interest, even more so are the endless miles of logging roads surrounding Hoonah. Deer, brown bear, and other wildlife abound on these roads as well as some of the most remote and scenic mountain passes beaches and bays in the world. Hoonah has a grocery store, hardware store, as well as several restaurants. When one travels to Hoonah, it is usually connected to the area's incredible fishing (fresh and saltwater), hunting (deer & bear), wildlife/marine viewing, sea kayaking, mountain biking, or touring among the various coastal Alaskan communities. Water taxi, fishing and hunting guides, and road tours are all available in Hoonah. Hoonah is located directly across Icy Strait from Glacier Bay National Park. Most visitors reach Hoonah via small plane service out of Juneau, Alaska. There are two services that have several scheduled flights each day to Hoonah. Both are based out of the Juneau Airport. You may also charter a plane or take a scheduled Alaska State Ferry from Juneau to Hoonah. Keywords: house/Cabin
                              Cabin
                              3br Cabin
                                Located in the heart of Icy Strait, our cabins bring comfort and solitude to your next Alaska Adventure. We are remote. Access is via float plane or boat. The cabin featured in this listing has 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, a comfortable sitting area, and a wonderful porch overlooking a private dock and with scenic views. Other facilities are available for rent depending on your group needs (max bedding occupancy for the entire property is approximately 85 and includes several areas capable of large group activities). From late June through mid-September the cabin and other facilities are part of a fishing lodge (www.docwarners.com) and are not available for rent via VRBO. Potable water and power are included and provided by the fishing lodge. The owner and staff are onsite to help with any needs. Bedroom 1: two twin beds which can be merged into a king-sized bed. Bedroom 2 & 3: two full sized beds each. Bathroom 1: Tub & shower combo with toilet and sink. Bathroom 2: Corner shower with toilet and sink. Kitchenette: Full fridge and freezer, microwave, coffee maker, and hotplate. Propane grill outside. Additionally, the lodge can cater meals and has additional outdoor cooking facilities for guest use. For large groups the commercial kitchen and dining hall can be scheduled. Weather: The area surrounding the cabin receives approximately 40 inches of rain per year. May and June are considered drier months and will have daytime temperatures ranging into the low 60s. While the cabin does have heat, it is recommended that you dress in layers when outside to best take advantage of the daily changes in temperature. Activities: Hiking, photography, WWII history, beachcombing, mountain biking, kayaking or just slow down and enjoy the serenity of all that Excursion Inlet has to offer. Rent a boat from the lodge and explore over 250 square miles of fjords and protected water. Boats come equipped with safety equipment and GPS. Wildlife watching: The Icy Strait has the highest concentration of humpback whales in all of Alaska. In addition to sightings of these majestic ocean mammoths, you will see sea lions, sea otters, seals, sea birds, porpoises, orcas, and eagles. Land animals in the area include brown bears, deer, mountain goats, black bears, moose, and wolves which can be viewed from the water. May is a great time to watch sea lions mass in large colonies during their rearing and birthing season. Self-guided hunting: black bear hunting is available in the area. The lodge does not have ATVs for rent. Fishing: The main fishing season at the lodge begins in late June and continues through mid September, however, Kings, Halibut, Rock fish, and Pacific Cod can be found this area prior to the lodge opening. If you want to pursue fishing, talk to us about rental options and fish processing services.