Timber frame cottage featuring 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, comfortably sleeps up to 4-6 guests.
Our delightful Lynx Cottage is a cozy-yet-spacious two bedroom, one bath timber frame cottage, perfect for couples or a small family.
The main living space allows in beautiful light through the various windows looking out to the property’s wooded views. Prepare a simple or special meal in your private kitchen, and enjoy the fresh air and a hot cup of coffee each morning on your own private porch.
The Lynx Cottage offers the following features:
Bedrooms: 2 bedrooms, with fresh linens and Sleep Number beds
Sleeps: up to 4-6
- Main Floor Bedrooms: Each with Queen bed, shared bathroom/shower
Full Kitchen and Dining Area: Fully functional kitchen and dining room area with table seating up to 4 guests.
Kitchen amenities include:
- Dishwasher, Refrigerator
- Stove, Oven, Microwave and Toaster
- Coffee Maker
- Dishes & Utensils
Outside Space Features:
- Outdoor Furniture
- No Smoking
- Washer and Dryer; Linens and Towels; Iron and Board
- Internet and WiFi
- Heating and On-demand Fireplace
- Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors throughout home
- Deadbolt lock
- Fire extinguisher
- First-aid kit
Home Rules for All Vacation Rentals
Check in after: 3:00 PM
Check out before: 10:00 AM
- Children allowed
- No pets
- No smoking
Our commitment to cleanliness and safety is our top priority. Our housekeeping staff follow best practices, meeting or exceeding cleaning protocols recommended by the Center for Disease Control, State of Alaska Department of Health and Human Services and other trusted health leaders.
- Thorough cleaning in between guest stays with disinfectant, following best practices
- Daily turn-down service is currently unavailable in order to limit interactions with individuals outside your travel party
Special Note: Please be aware that although these vacation home rentals are conveniently located on the Alaska road system, we are in bear country and ask that you make yourself bear aware in advance of arrival. We’d like to share this helpful resource: http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/safety/bears.htm.