We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
My fiancé and I really wanted to see the aurora borealis and decided to book a getaway to the Yukon. When we arrived at the airport we waited for a while to be picked up. After a half hour we decided to just go ahead...More
That hotel is more B&B-like... If you booked a room, you enter by a kitchen and smell all meal the chief is cooking all around the place. However, the owner and the chief - same person, is very friendly, polite and talkable. The room we...More
We stayed here on our way up to Alaska on the Alaska highway. Tony was amazing and so helpful to us, getting us situated in our room. This was on of the quietest places we have stayed in, we slept with our window open and...More
So bad we stayed there for just 1 night. The building, the garden, the lake view, the sitting area, the room, the food, we like everything there. But the atmosphere is the most exceptional. We were greeted as family members, and met people from different...More
We spend one night at inn on the lake at the beginning of summer. The place is even more beautiful than in the pictures and the staff, really friendly. Breakfast was yummy, and we loved the homemade pastry.
Response from carson s | Property representative |
Three days are perfect to enjoy the joys of winter. Our winter package includes all meals, pick-ups, a snowmobile and ice-fishing experience, winter gear... We have snowshoes that you can borrow and either cross the lake... More
Three days are perfect to enjoy the joys of winter. Our winter package includes all meals, pick-ups, a snowmobile and ice-fishing experience, winter gear... We have snowshoes that you can borrow and either cross the lake or use one the trails through the woods.
Looking forward to hosting you!
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"If you get a room outside of the main lodge be prepared to have to put on snow clothes every time you need to..."