Posted Sep 21, 2015
We stayed in one of the chalets, and it was alright. We know about about "roughing it" and certainly didn't expect anything fancy- which it wasn't. However, I did expect it to be warmer inside than outside- giving it was in the 40's when we arrived. However, the heat had not been turned on in the cabin. It took about 8 hours for the cabin to warm up enough for us to take off our jackets, but then it was alright. I also expected there to be a full sized fridge with a freezer since these cabins are for the fishermen. The fridge was very small, but luckily it was cold enough outside to keep our fish in the cooler on the deck. :)
This was the most expensive place we stayed the 10 days we were in Alaska, yet it was the smallest cabin and had the least to offer us. There wasn't anything in the cabin for breakfast, but the information about the cabin said some breakfast items were provided. There weren't even any coffee filters.
I would recommend this place to a group of fishermen because of it's close proximity to good fishing. It was definitely a clean, dry place to sleep. Otherwise, you don't get much for what pay to stay here.