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Northern Lights Chalet - Brand New - Entire HomeThis brand new construction locale, including all new decor, is ideal for Northern Lights viewing. It is on a ridge, and the top level home is constructed above the garage to provide optimal viewing. Home is on 2.5 acres of private land. Very quiet, private, and free of city lights. Guests must be aware that the use of stairs to access the home is NOT optional. Security pad is a touch entry, and a code will be provided prior to entry. The home includes a deck with a grill and patio furniture.
Aurora Nights CottageMake this your basecamp for your Alaska adventure in this tiny house that is a cozy home. On nature trails, for walking, jogging, cross country skiing, biking and occasional wildlife viewing. Rural feel but close to airport, town and stores. 2 miles from the University of Alaska Museum and Botanical garden. Far enough away from city lights for Aurora viewing and photography during winter months. No TV or Wi-Fi. Ideal for one or two guests that are water conscious.
Cabin on Historic Dog Mushing PropertyThis cabin is situated on the property of historic Trail Breaker Kennel. Trail Breaker is the home of four time Iditarod champion Susan Butcher and her legendary sled dogs. The house is about 100 feet from a small lake. Outside your back door, a woodland trail leads to lovely walks alongside the Chena and Tanana rivers. About one mile from the post office and airport, and three miles from restaurants and shopping, this cabin is accessible while still being a secluded Alaskan get-away.