Alaska Accommodation July 27, 2020
Head To Moose Pass For An Alaskan Getaway In The Bear Cub Cabin
Head up into the mountains and escape to this cozy Moose Pass cabin. Located just a half an hour outside of Seward, Alaska, this historic cabin built by gold miners in the early 1900s, and reconstructed in 2016, has just enough room for two. Book a weekend away in one of the most charming cabins you’ll find in Alaska.
Tucked away in the Chugach National Forest is a historic little cabin that’s the perfect spot to escape from it all.
A one bedroom, one bath cabin with enough room for two provides a cozy weekend retreat. Gaze out at the mountains while you finish your beverage of choice on their front deck or picnic table.
The original cabin was built in 1906 at Lower Summit Lake.
It was moved to Moose Pass in the 1940s. Your host purchased the property that the cabin was on, and was disassembled and reconstructed in 2016, before being turned into the beautiful cabin you see here.
Even though the cabin is only 12x18 feet, it has all the amenities you need.
You’ll find a full kitchen with a fridge and stove. There are electricity and hot water, two other luxuries that can be hard to find in Alaska cabins.
Unlike many cabins for rent in Alaska, this one has plumbing.
You’ll find a well equipped bathroom and toilet. The beautifully renovated shower is spacious and modern.
A big window over the sink looks out to stunning Moose Pass views.
There’s a lovely little table for two, and a ladder up to the loft. Due to the steepness of the ladder, the cabin isn’t recommended for small children, elderly, or those with mobility issues.
There’s a large and cozy queen bed in the loft area.
Cozy up in the perfectly sized loft with soft and comfortable linens. There’s a fan for good air circulation while you sleep, and you’ll love being tucked away right in the eaves of this cabin.
This great cabin starts at $126.00 a night, so head on over to Airbnb to make your summer bookings before they sell out.
Grab your partner and enjoy the seclusion and peace of Moose Pass while staying in this great cabin. It’s a spot you’ll want to add into your rotation of annual summer adventures!
Check out their
listing on Airbnb and head on over to make your reservations.
Have you ever stayed in this cute Moose Pass cabin? What do you think? Will you stay there again? Do you usually stay somewhere else when you visit Moose Pass? Let us know in the comments below!
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