Tok, AK, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Tok

Home/Apartment
Excellent
4 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceChisana is located deep in the Wrangell Mountains of the Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve. It is a fly-in area, reached by a twice weekly mail plane or charter bush aircraft. Many people ask "How do we get there?!" I have the answer (and the options!) for you. Check out Travel FAQs on our website ~> (URL HIDDEN) The area is the site of the last Historic Gold Rush and was once the largest log cabin settlement in the state of Alaska. The indescribable beauty and enormity of the land with the wildlife that we live side by side with make any Alaska Adventure with Pioneer Outfitters one that people remember for a lifetime. There is so much to offer here in the Interior of Alaska and we would like to share it with people looking to “get off the beaten path” and to experience something really special and different. Gatherings and home cooked meals are taken at the Lodge, served family style by your hosts that live here year round and have made guests welcome since 1924. Guest AccessOur guests have access to the shower house during the Spring, Summer and Fall months and the sauna year round. Gatherings and home cooked meals are taken at the Lodge, served family style by your hosts that live here year round and have made guests welcome since 1924. The Lodge is a living history of Chisana and 90 years of a pioneer lifestyle that is without fail, fascinating to our guests. We only ask that our guests remember that this (and the Lodge) is our home and to respect it as such. Interaction with GuestsWe at Pioneer Outfitters welcome our guests and happily share our daily lives with them or leave them to explore and enjoy their solitude in this wonderful wilderness as they choose.
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The SpaceAdd a memorable stop to your journey through Alaska with a stay to the Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge, where your hosts, John and Jill Rusyniak, invite you to share the dream they are living. The property is perfectly named: well-maintained log-cabin front view of LCWLaccommodations in the wilderness of the Little Tok Valley, a breathtakingly beautiful area in the Mentasta. Mountains region of interior Alaska. It is the ideal location to step away from the pace, noise and distractions of your daily life, to relax and catch your breath while traveling and absorb both the grandeur and simple delights of nature. Located 28 miles south of Tok, 300 miles northeast of Anchorage, 240 miles southwest of Fairbanks front left view of LCWLand six miles from the nearest neighbors, John and Jill's 11 acres are surrounded by millions of acres of public land. Though off the electrical grid and far from the nearest cell phone tower, free WiFi service is available to visitors of at this intersection of rural and modern living. Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge is the complete package of amazing scenery and frequent wildlife sightings, comfortable buildings – some historic, some just a couple of years old – hearty home-cooked meals, a variety of activities. Moreover, a visit to Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge stands out because it includes the opportunity to experience the lifestyle and daily activities of year-round residents. John and Jill have been building toward the reality of Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge throughout their lives together and officially opened the business on May 18, 2008. It was a shared project that began to take shape in the 1980s when they were working and raising their family in the tiny, remote villages of Chalkyitsik and Central. They moved to the Mentasta Valley inrainbow over LCWL 1988 and then a bit farther north to the crossroads community of Tok, where they launched Cleft in the Rock Bed and Breakfast, which quickly became a very popular and successful enterprise. For a number of years, John and Jill were interested in purchasing the "Log Cabin Inn," property, which was developed in the 1940s on what was then the main road from Tok to Anchorage. Among the guests who found their way to the Log Cabin Inn during its early years of operation were Hollywood stars John Wayne and Andy Devine. The Log Cabin Inn closed in 1970 when the road was moved to more stable ground on the western side of the valley and became a private residence. When the property became available in 2004, John and Jill were ready to begin another chapter in their adventure. "Jill and I knew this was the right location," John says. "A meandering creek, swooping peaks, wildlife all around us and northern lights over LCWLplenty of history in a place that oozes Alaska. We love it and our guests will, too." Guest AccessAlthough LCWL doesn’t provide any organized activities the Valley offers many opportunities for getting out doors and enjoying God’s creation. Activities people often enjoyactivities include: activites• Hiking for all levels – including 6 miles of historic highway paved over 30 years ago, wilderness trails, hills and even rock climbing •XC Skiing and snow shoeing – with over 13 miles of groomed XC ski trails. •Fishing for Northern Pike and Arctic Grayling – we’ll be happy to share our secret spots. activities•Skeet shoot/gun safety •Bird watching – including eagles, goshawks, trumpeter swans, sparrows, and more. activities •Wildlife viewing – many of our guests are amazed at the wildlife they see while staying at LCWL Now some fifty years later Jill and John welcome visitors back to this unchanged hidden paradise in the Mentasta Mountains with modern comforts and amenities and lots of outdoor activities. Visitors may hike, fish for arctic grayling, bird watching, Hot tub familyhorse back ride, or just enjoy relaxing under the midnight summer sun. Winter time will offer snow shoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling or maybe curling up around a crackling wood fire with your favorite book. you make the choice but whatever activity you desire the atmosphere will be bathed in beauty and peace. • Hot tub - we have a "snorkel" wood fired hot tub where you can step from the snowy path into 105 degree water. Relax in the tub while watching the stars and possibly the northern lights during the winter months. In the summer take a dip under the midnight sun, while sipping on a ice cold glass of water. • Sauna - our sauna is also wood fired and can easily reach temperatures of 130 - 140. Add a little water to the hot rocks and your body will be cleansed as well as poached. ;-) Interaction with GuestsAlaskans by choice and doers by nature, John and Jill Rusyniak realized a major long-term goal they had set for themselves at Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge. John and Jill began dating when they were in high school in the suburbs of Syracuse, N.Y. and married after John graduated from the State University of New York at Potsdam in 1975. They purchased an old farmstead outside of Potsdam – which is located in northern New York, approximately 20 miles from the Canadian border – and began their married lives together. John was an elementary school teacher in a rural district and Jill worked as a technician in a dental practice. Though the Rusyniaks were busy with their careers and many interests, Alaska already was in the picture. John had gotten a satisfying taste for America's last great frontier in the summer of 1973 when he and a college buddy, Geno Ayers, rode their motorcycles across the continent and up the ALCAN Highway to Anchorage and then back to upstate New York. Sections of the highway had yet to be paved, which added some challenges to the 4,248 mile adventure. The Rusyniaks surrendered to the lure of Alaska in 1980 and moved with their young family – 2-year-old Jed and two-month-old Jessica - to Chalkyitsik, a tiny, remote village on the Black River, approximately 50 miles east of Fort Yukon. Remote is a accurate description since there are no roads connecting Chalkyitsik to other villages. During the two years that John was the principal/teacher at the school in the Yukon Flats School District, Jill managed the family in a home without electricity or running water. She did her shopping by airplane, giving the bush pilot a list and a check to purchase groceries and other supplies 250 miles away in Fairbanks. From Chalkyitsik, the Rusyniaks moved southwest to Central, a larger town with some access by road during the summer months. The young family lived, worked and grew in Central for six years before taking another assignment further south at Mentasta Lake in the Alaska Gateway School District in 1988. They relocated to Tok, home of the district office, in 1990 and opened the Cleft of the Rock Bed and Breakfast. One of the Cleft in the Rock cabins was the 20x20 log cabin they built in just 9 days during their time at Mentasta Lake, since there was no housing in Mentasta and John didn't like the idea of a 100 mile a day commute each day. They built several more cabins through the years and Cleft of the Rock became a popular stop for Alaskan travelers. As their business grew and prospered, John and Jill realized that they had found their calling. "We view this as a ministry," John says. "We feel that God has given us a gift of hospitality. Just like other people have the gift of music and they sing and play the guitars, they do that and they love sharing what they do. "We both feel that we love sharing what we do and we've been blessed in that way. I can't say that it never gets old, but it doesn't get old very often. And we get revitalized every winter when it's very quiet and peaceful down here. "What we give people that they don't get elsewhere is that we will sit for hours in the evenings and listen to other people's stories, as much as we tell our own. John and Jill were interested in the Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge property for many years and purchased it in 2004. They loved the location and felt it was the next logical step in their personal and professional lives. They are able to live and work in a beautiful, inspiring location and provide their guests with a true Alaskan experience. Many guests share with John and Jill that they truly are living the Alaskan dream! The NeighborhoodThat there are no human neighbors, only wilderness and wildlife. Getting AroundWe have all of the machines and human powered tools to get you just about anywhere. Other Things to NoteIf you are interested in a work related stay there is always fire wood to cut, spilt or stack. Not to mention numerous other chores each day. Save money and work part of your stay off.
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    This spacious Studio is located in the Quaint Town of Jackson, right in the Heart of the Pristine Big Hole Valley. The sleeping area features a Comfortable Queen size Sleigh Bed right next to a Bank of Windows looking out at the Beaverhead Mountains. A intimate Dining Area is set up for Two and a Cozy Living Area with a large Leather Couch, Oversize Easy Chair and a great View of The Pioneer Mountain Range round out this Newly Remodeled Studio. The Walls are clad in Blue Pine that lends Warmth to the Room. A Large Deck with Hammock, Deck Chairs and Propane Grill await you! The Studio has Electric and Radiant Heat and the Watersource is a Natural Mineral Springs. Right next to the Location is a Commercial Hot Springs Resort with Restaurant and Bar and the Town also features a Post Office, Gift shop/Hat shop as well as a Cantina. The surrounding Big Hole Valley is well-known for its Blue Ribbon Fly-Fishing with several Lakes, Glacier Lakes and the Big Hole River close by. You will find friendly Ranchers permitting access to the River on their Property! The Valley boasts huge 5th Generation Ranches and Cattle Drives through town are a common sight. Some of these Ranches still Hay the Old-Fashioned way and in the Summer you can watch them use the legendary "Beaver Slides. Mountain Biking, Hiking and Canoe-ing are other favorite Summer Activities in the area. Winter Activities include some of the Greatest Snowmobiling, X-Country and Downhill Skiing you can imagine. Only 30 miles to Maverick Mountain Ski Area and 43 Miles to the Well-known Lost Trail Powder Mountain. The Town of Wisdom is only a short 18 mile drive away, with 2 more Eateries, Bar, Gas Station, Trading Post, and Awesome Gallery. A Trip into Dillon (45 miles) will give you a Movie Theater, Golf, Bowling, Bar hopping and a lot of Shopping! Ask about our Winter Ski Packages! WE ARE LOCATED JUST EAST OF JACKSON HOT SPRINGS RESORT AND JUST WEST OF A HUGE CATTLE RANCH. YOU CAN SEE FROM THE HOUSE WHERE THE ACTUAL MINERAL HOT SPRINGS ORIGINATES ...CLARK CAME THROUGH HERE (AS IN LEWIS AND CLARK) AND COOKED A NOON TIME MEAL IN THE HOT WATERS. THE SOUNDS OF SAND HILL CRANES AND/OR COYOTES CAN BE YOUR ALRAMCLOCK IN THE MORNING AND THERE IS BLISSFULL QUIET AT NIGHT. IN THE SUMMERTIME YOU'LL BE ABLE TO WATCH HAYING...SOME RANCHES STILL USE "BEAVER SLIDES" AND THIS VALLEY IS KNOWN AS THE VALLEY OF THE 1000 HAYSTACKS. IN THE WINTER YOU'LL FIND GREAT SNOW MOBILING AND WE ARE LOCATED BETWEEN TWO DOWNHILL SKI AREAS! BLUE RIBBON FISHING, HIKING AND MOUNTAIN BIKING, AS WELL AS BIRD AND WILD LIFE WATCHING ALL CLOSE BY!
    Bed & Breakfast
    Excellent
    1 review
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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
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    Two private, locking rooms can be rented together at $198 per night or separately at $99. Fully furnished, queen beds, cable TV, internet, kitchen, dining nook, and bathroom. Downtown Dawson City - minutes walk from just about everything!
    Hotel
    2.5-star Hotel
    Situated in Dawson City, this hotel is steps from City Park and Dawson City Museum. St. Paul's Anglican Church is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) away.
    Hotel
    2-star Hotel
    Situated in Beaver Creek, this motel is steps from Beaver Creek Visitor Information Centre and Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park. Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) away.
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    5br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThe Mooseberry Inn is located on 2.5 wooded acres just 3 miles outside of Tok. We offer 3 rooms with 1 queen bed each, 1 room with 1 double bed and 1 room with 2 twin beds. Guest AccessCoffeemaker and hot water kettle in kitchen. Microwave is available to use and some refrigerator/freezer space available to our guests. Interaction with GuestsA property manager lives on site. The NeighborhoodWooded area, quiet, nice for leisure strolls
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceYou just won't find anything like this. Stay in a Rustic miners wall tent in the bush. See what the old time miners lived like after a hard day of Gold mining. See what a Gold mining family lives like now, only some ways have changed, but gold mining is still a hard job for anyone !!! Prices are based on 2 people for 2 nights meals and pick up drop off service from Dawson City with tours and mining history along the way max 2 per booking. Guest AccessYou will have main camp common area where you can hang out with the miners and mine hands. You will get first hand expriance gold panning and keeping some of your very own gold you may find. You will get a good look at how gold is cleaned. Interaction with GuestsYou will get a full look and feel whats its like in a modern day gold mine with a real Gold Mining family who calls this place home. We offer you a once in a life time expriance to live a dream. You will get to try your hand at some old fashion ways of mining and you can watch the modern day mining from day to day. If your lucky you may get a behind the scenes look at the filming of a TV Gold Show. You will get tours along the way from town to camp. The Neighborhoodwe will drive by many other small and large mine sites. Getting AroundThe best way to get to Dawson City is via Air North,West jet or Air canada from Vancouver or by Huskey bus from Whitehorse or car/moterbike rental from whitehorse. Please note there is no car renatl in Dawson city. Ask for best places to stay while in Dawson city. All flights have a over night in Whitehorse.only air north flys into dawson city from Whitehorse. Other Things to NoteYou will get a wonderful tour of our mine as well as some great sight seeing along the way to camp from Dawson City (2 hour drive). You will be picked up from the Airport or from town on a Monday and dropped off again on Friday. You will get 3 wonderful meals a day. Our nightly price is based on two couples, each couple gets their own privet wall tent. However we can take on a small family please requst your needs. Washrooms and hot showers in the main camp. All inclued in your stay. The price is based on 2 person/couple.
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceDawson City, home of the historic 1898 Klondike Gold Rush. Brand new, high end house with gourmet kitchen (granite countertops, stainless steel appliances), spa bathroom, wood/tile floors, one porch and two decks, one overlooking the town and Yukon river. Master bedroom with Gold Rush era wrought-iron double bed with pillow top mattress. Small guest bedroom with double bed. High thread count Egyptian cotton sheets and duvets for both beds. Full spa bathroom with clawfoot air jet tub and separate glass shower. Fully equipped gourmet kitchen with granite countertops. Modern appliances including dishwasher and laundry unit. Open concept kitchen/dining/living area. Fully equipped, including linens, towels, toiletries, kitchen essentials (spices, oil, tea, coffee, pantry goods, etc). Free Wi-Fi, laundry, parking, cable TV, Apple TV, and Netflix. Landline available. Power cords available for iPhone, iPod, Mac laptop. Guest AccessGuests have the complete house and property to themselves. Two covered decks with outdoor furniture and hammock. One deck overlooks Dawson City and the Yukon River, with propane BBQ and retractable awning. Large grassed lawn. Interaction with GuestsSelf-contained house. Guests have the space to themselves. I value guest privacy, but am just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodDawson City is a magical place, in both summer and winter. The house is on a quiet and safe residential street, located just far enough from downtown to ensure your sleep will not be disturbed by revelers of the Midnight Sun. You will be within a five-minute walk to the pubs, restaurants and amenities of downtown Dawson, the Yukon River dyke/walking trail, and Diamond Tooth Gerties Casino. If you like to hike, you will be able to access the Ninth Avenue Trail just steps from your front door. Getting AroundDawson City is a small town, so everything is within easy walking distance. The Klondike Visitor Information Centre can help make arrangements to access those Historic tours/sites located outside of the City. There is also bicycle rental and taxi service in town. Other Things to NoteTwo storey house. Not suitable for children. Two beds, but parties of more than two guests are VERY RARELY accepted.
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    1br apt. / condo
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      With a stay at Beaver Creek RV Park & Motel in Beaver Creek, you'll be minutes from Beaver Creek Visitor Information Centre and Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park. This motel is within close proximity of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church. Make yourself at home in one of the 32 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include blackout drapes/curtains, housekeeping is provided daily, and rollaway/extra beds (surcharge) can be requested. Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and gift shops/newsstands. Additional amenities include a picnic area and barbecue grills. Grab a bite from a grocery/convenience store serving guests of Beaver Creek RV Park & Motel. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).
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      2.5-star Hotel
      Situated in Alcan Border, this motel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Tetlin Visitor Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of International Boundary Historical Monument and Island Lake.
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      2-star Hotel
      Situated in Dawson City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Paul's Anglican Church, City Park, and Dawson City Museum.
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      Located in Dawson City, The Bunkhouse is minutes from St. Paul's Anglican Church and City Park. This hotel is within close proximity of Dawson City Museum. Make yourself at home in one of the 32 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a picnic area. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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      177br inn
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      Located in Dawson City, Westmark Inn Dawson City, a Holland America Line Company is minutes from City Park and Dawson City Museum. This hotel is within close proximity of St. Paul's Anglican Church. Make yourself at home in one of the 177 guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily. Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Westmark Inn Dawson City, a Holland America Line Company. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
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      Good
      80 reviews
      5br hotel
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      Situated in a rural location, this apartment is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Muklukland and within 3 mi (5 km) of Faith Chapel and Main Street Tok Center.
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      Beaver Creek RV Park & Motel offers a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
      campsite
      163br campsite
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      Situated in Tok, this cabin is within 1 mi (2 km) of Main Street Tok Center and Faith Chapel. Muklukland is 3.7 mi (5.9 km) away.
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      Beaver Creek RV Park & Motel offers a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
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      20br hotel
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      Situated in Beaver Creek, this motel is within a 5-minute walk of Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park and Beaver Creek Visitor Information Centre. Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) away.
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      13 reviews
      3br hotel
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      Situated in Beaver Creek, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park and Beaver Creek Visitor Information Centre. Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) away.
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      Enjoy your visit to Dawson City with a stay at Westmark Inn Dawson City. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
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      26 reviews
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      When visiting Dawson City, The Bunkhouse is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
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      Poor
      22 reviews
      18br hotel
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      Situated in Dawson City, this hotel is steps from City Park and Dawson City Museum. St. Paul's Anglican Church is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) away.
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      hotel
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      Enjoy your visit to Dawson City with a stay at Westmark Inn Dawson City. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
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      62br hotel
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      Situated in Dawson City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of City Park, Dawson City Museum, and St. Paul's Anglican Church.
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      26 reviews
      hotel
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      When visiting Dawson City, The Bunkhouse is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
      Situated in Dawson, this 1 bedroom house accommodates up to 2 guests and starts at just USD 1175 per night. The accommodation is 139 sqm. It features 1 double bed and has 1 bathroom. Bed linens are included. Guests can also enjoy a CD player and board games. The property is suitable for pets. This is a no-smoking property. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
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      Excellent
      13 reviews
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      The SpaceBe independent by having your own space and your own kitchen with propane stove and oven, you'll find pans, pots, dishes... Just about everything you need to make yourself a feast. Nice covered porch to enjoy a morning tea and birds to keep your ears busy. The cabin is surrounded by trees. It is well balanced between rustic and modern. There is a solar panel that provides enough power to charge your phone and computer. A hot shower that is located behind the cabin for your convenience. A private outhouse free of smell and clean (yes, it does exist...) The wood stove is there if you want to get ride of the chill in the cabin. No fridge motor that will kick in in the middle of the night. Hard wood floor, duvet on the bed... It's all there! Guest AccessYou will have your own little yard where you'll be able to enjoy the warmth of the sun while sitting on the porch. Interaction with GuestsWe'll do our best to help you have a great time while you are staying with us. Let us know what you need to make your stay with us unforgettable. The NeighborhoodJust go for a drive on the Top Of The World Hwy or spend a day in town to see the historical buildings and walk on the wooden boardwalks. There is a lot to see just in Dawson. Don't forget to go check out the Dempster Hwy, worth coming up to the Yukon just to see it according to me. Getting AroundThe ferry is offer free of charge and runs 24/7. It takes about 15 minutes to get to town. If you are walking, it's down hill to town, for about 1 km. Coming home would take 20 max once on this side of the river. No car rental in Dawson City. The airport is about 20 kms out of town. Husky bus offers ride to town with a reservation (16$/person, minimum 32$) Other Things to NoteWe live off the grid; no power, no services... A small solar panel will allow you to charge your phone and computer. Enjoy the fresh air from the north while using a private outhouse. There is an outdoor hot shower. Rustic and convenient, my family also uses it. Please note that the shower will be out of commission when the temperature will get near zero as it is frost sensitive. There is a hole dug in the ground to use as a fridge. Our water comes from the creek, treated water is available in town. The cabin is located between our house and the road. Many trees and wood piles offers privacy.
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      The SpaceThe house is a great place to chillax. You can do yoga on the deck or kick back and enjoy a cold beverage in the sun. Guest AccessYou will have access to our spacious, well-equipped kitchen, living room, reading nook and several outdoor seating areas. The BBQ and fire pit are at your disposal. Interaction with GuestsYou will be sharing this five bedroom house with three working professionals who all lead busy lives. One of us will be here to greet you upon your arrival. We will provide you information on what Dawson City and area have to offer. The NeighborhoodThe place is really private. Getting AroundThere are an array of parking options on the property. There is a cab service in town. Airport pickup is available for an additional fee. We can also arrange to assist you with your gear if you are arriving by canoe. Other Things to NoteMaggie, the cat, also resides with us and lives primarily outdoors. There are room darkening blinds to block out the midnight sun.
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      The SpaceBedroom and sitting room have own lockable door beside half bath. Share kitchen with host. Guest Access8 stairs at back door and three to guest separate rooms. Interaction with GuestsHost available to offer help if desired. Plenty of privacy. The NeighborhoodWalking distance to downtown, school, arena, ice bridge and river. Aurora Borealis can be seen from porch on good viewing nights. Getting AroundNo taxiis, car rentals in town. Host will provide pick-up/drop-off at airport if arranged in advance. Other Things to NoteAmple parking. Heated garage for -40C.