Alaska Accommodation December 22, 2020
Spend The Holidays In This Rustic And Unique Beachfront Cabin In Alaska
If you’re looking for a winter escape, there’s a stunning beachfront cabin in Alaska that’s calling your name. Cozy up in this unique structure for views of the ocean right outside your front door. You’ll never want to go home after a weekend away at this amazing spot!
Hidden away on a stunning beach on Resurrection Bay is a rustic, cozy cabin.
Located a short drive from downtown Seward, this seaside cabin feels like it dropped out of a fairy tale. Situated right on the beach, you can view the mountains rising up and out of the bay, right outside your window.
This dry cabin is very rustic, but the architecture is so unique.
There are electrical outlets, but no running water. Bathrooms and showers are located nearby, but not in the cabin.
This tiny studio cabin sleeps three.
One can sleep up in the loft on a single bed, and two in the double bed down below. It’s a cozy studio that’s perfect for relaxing and taking in the view.
Build a fire on the beach outside your door, and relax to the sound of the lapping waves.
Bring a stove and grill up your favorite camp meal, and enjoy it while you watch the sun set. The best part of this spot is that it’s beautiful year-round, rain or shine, in the snow or sunshine.
The cabin doesn’t come with linens, so you’ll have to supply them yourself.
Pack something big and cozy, so you can snuggle up when you look out the giant windows, perfectly situated over the beds. Bring a book or your favorite card game, and enjoy every moment in this home away from home.
Rates start at $79.00 per night.
It’s a very popular spot and books up quickly, so when you know the dates, be sure to book it right away. You won’t want to miss the chance to stay in this seaside cabin.
The next time you want to get away form it all, head on our to Seward and book this cozy little cabin.
Have you ever stayed in this beachfront cabin in Alaska? What did you think? Did you love it? Is this place going to make your list this year? Let us know in the comments below!
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