Overlooks Upper Trail Lake at Mile Post 29 in Moose Pass, Alaska. This is an opulent, stylish, fully-furnished 1300 sq. ft. cedar-sided country cottage. With granite counter-tops on hickory cabinets, and tiled bathrooms, you’ll enjoy lavish comfort. Guests appreciate the panoramic view of the lakes and mountains from the garden window in the kitchen, the picture window in the living room, or the south-facing wrap-around deck.
Take a peek inside and see why hundreds return every year.
The Cottage consists of:
> Full Kitchen including stove, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, and washer/dryer.
> Living Room with a large picture window.
> One bedroom with a queen bed.
> One bedroom with two twin beds.
> Full Bathroom with bronze sink.
> Sitting room upstairs with a full-size futon.
> Half-bathroom upstairs.
> Local telephone and wi-fi.
> Wrap-around deck with small BBQ and Adirondack furniture to enjoy the view.
The kitchen was designed with a peninsula facing the living room so you may cook and visit with your family and/or friends at the same time. Linens, towels, soap, shampoo, lotion, and hair dryer, as well as cooking and eating utensils, are furnished. Coffee grinder, drip coffee maker, and tea kettle and pot, along with coffee beans, teas, sugars, honey, and creams are provided.
The travertine floors in the kitchen, dining, and bathrooms can be cool sometimes, so bring your slippers. There’s plush carpet in the living room and bedrooms.
Artwork by Alaskan artists Dot Bardarson, Karla Morreira, and Byron Birdsall decorate the walls.
Urethane spray foam insulation maintains warmth when it’s cold, and cool when it’s hot. One guest last summer thought the house was air conditioned, which it is not.
Consider this home a retreat where you can relax and just enjoy the scenery. There is a flat-screen TV and VHS/DVD player, Alaska videos, and a portable CD player with CD’s. (Sorry, No cable TV connection).