FANTASTIC operation with all credit to the above two companies. Can’t say ENOUGH about the good they do and if ever in Alaska please take one of their fantastic TOURS!!! Robert and Barbara both did an OUTSTANDING job of driving!
This property is not advertised as a DRY CABIN! What this means is that there is NO WATER except what is put in the cabin in a jug. Don't know where it comes from as it is not a sealed jug.There is only a port-a-potty that EVERYONE shares across the road! The owner said we could use her bathroom but in my opinion (and I did see it) her house is dirty and smells. I can not imagine going into and out of her house a couple of times a night with ALL the other guests to take a shower or use the bathroom. The gray water runs on the ground. Maybe that is legal in Alaska. No way could I have eaten a thing in that house.
Five cabins by a small pond with a shared p-o-p or a short walk to the house, great heater/stove, microwave fridge, tv, great hosts, and great breakfasts! We watched the Aurora one night and visited Santa's house in North Pole, and visited Fairbanks each day just a short drive up the road.
Amazing location. Wonderful hosts. Delicious breakfast. We stayed here one night and we were so happy we found this place. Quaint cabins in a very good location (close to Fairbanks and North Pole). Unfortunately we did not get to see the Northern Lights but would be the perfect place to see them on a night that they are out! Very comfortable beds, heated, even TV and WiFi! We could not have asked for a better last night to our trip! 10/10 would stay again!