From Salmon Heights Lodging; a clean, comfortable house complete with Alaskan quirks, such as a sunny porch enclosed like a greenhouse that will quickly become your favorite room. Unless it's winter outside.
The Little House is more spacious than you'd think at first glance. We have plenty of room with hooks and hangers for stuff, and a garden hose to rinse Alaska off your gear. The kitchen is fully functional, and equipped with a sit-down bar so your fellow travelers can comment on your cooking. There's a private driveway for your convenience. Decor is, well...Alaskan!
Zugang für Gäste
You will have access to our large, second-story deck with swing, screened-in picnic table, and BBQ grill with a nice view of forest and tundra. Dave built us a wood-fired, Finnish-style sauna which may be available for use with prior notice if Dave is home to fire it up. Although not listed in amenities, we have wireless internet at the main house.
Interaktion mit Gästen
This is up to our guests. We love Alaska and maybe tend to brag about it too much. Jill expedites our families and friends around the landscape until they beg for mercy. We want our guests to have a fantastic visit and we're happy to provide ideas on what to do and where to do it. We can also help out with transportation to and from the airport or Float Plane Row with prior notice.
Weitere wichtige Infos
We have an Irish water spaniel "Murphy" that enjoys visitors but is not allowed in the Little House.
10% bed tax included in May-Oct rates.
Please respect our Little House. We've put in much hard work, money and time to prepare it for our guests.
No illegal drugs allowed.
No smoking please in the Little House or sun porch. If it's raining you can smoke in the carport. Don't throw butts on the ground for us (Dave) to pick up, please field dress and throw in trash.
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We've lived in Alaska for 30 years. We weren't born and raised here, but our grown up son was. Jill is an RN working in Naknek and Anchorage. She's a berry-picking, salmon-slaying Alaskan woman who loves to be a tourist guide for our visitors. Dave is a wildlife biologist for the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game. He's an all-around outdoorsman and handyman. We belong to a hunter-gatherer culture like many rural Alaskans: we shoot, catch, gather, and grow much of what we eat. We sort of know a good wine wine we taste it, but we're obnoxious salmon snobs! We love boats, rivers and sea coasts. Much of our travel includes boat time from kayaks to motor cruisers. There are so many amazing rivers to float in the Bristol Bay area that it's difficult to travel anywhere else in the summer!