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Alaska Creekside Cabins is conveniently located only 3 miles from downtown Seward, the Small Boat Harbor, the Alaska Railroad depot, and 8 miles from Exit Glacier and Kenai Fjords National Park. Our six clean, comfortable, rustic guest cabins sit on 5 acres of beautifully wooded private property bordered by peaceful Clear Creek, a salmon spawning stream. Each cabin has electric heat, linens, microwave, refrigerator, cable TV with DVD player, coffee maker and outdoor fire pit.
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Located in woods next to a creek. Easy access to Exit Glacier and Seward. Rooms are quite, clean and comfortable. The shared bathroom and show rooms are clean too. We enjoyed two nights stay over there.
The Trapper Cabin was perfect for my wife and I and was exactly as expected. As there are different cabins with different layouts, my review is specific to the Trapper Cabin. Note that this is a dry cabin and requires a walk to the bathroom....More
Our host was very helpful with information about Seward. Also he had a collection of DVDs you could borrow to watch in the cabin. There are fire pits and he sells firewood. The smaller cabins use the common bath and shower near the office. Was...More
Easy for our 3-generational family to make ourselves at home here...Tim was SO welcoming, our cabin was spacious with the comforts of home. Although we were tucked away from the main highway, we were easily accessible to Exit Glacier and the Alaska Sea Life Center...More
A group of 6 of us stayed at Alaska Creekside Cabins a could weeks ago. What a great place! Close to town but tucked back into the woods. I stayed in the Trapper Cabin--what a comfy, cozy place! Close to the bath house (which was...More