Welcome to the Princess Guest House! This charming one bedroom, one bathroom is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. A comfortable Queen size bed, fridge and microwave and deck access will make your stay enjoyable between seeing the sights of Interior Alaska. Whether relaxing after a Chena Hot Springs soak or a stroll to the local Farmer's Market or brewery, these quarters are conveniently located to quick access anywhere. Simple, yet charming accommodations for you!
Cozy and inviting downstairs flat has lots of sunlight! The living room has full length mirror doors to a large closet for your things. Kureug coffee maker, coffee, hot plate, microwave and fridge provided as well as maps and information about what to do and see. The bedroom has black-out shades so the midnight sun won't keep you up all night (unless you want it to!) The bathroom is stocked with soap and lotion, large, fluffy towels and a hair dryer. Keyless entry makes it a hassle free check in/out and no worrying about keeping track of those keys!
Deck access, wi-fi, parking, Keyless entry
Interaction with guests
You can always text me and I live upstairs so I am accessible, but I respect your privacy. You have a separate entrance and there is a door between our living spaces for added security and privacy. I've lived in Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks over 13 years and can offer advice on things to do, etc. Or just let you explore! Afterall, that's what travel is all about!
Other things to note
The apartment has a private entrance from the main living area where I reside on the top floor. There is a door that separates the two living quarters which will be locked for our security and privacy. Please note there is not a full kitchen in this unit.
-smoking OK outside only
I love to travel and find quirky and unique places to live and meet travelers from around the world. My schedule can be busy with community events and through my graduate work at UAF. I love to be outside and in the SUN enjoying local brews and veggies, music and staying active. Originally from Iowa, I have lived in Alaska for over 12 years. Go Cyclones!