Modern bootlegger / prohibition themed cabin apartment in the heart of downtown Anchorage. Literally across the street from the Elderberry Park and the entrance to the Coastal trail. Ocean & mountain views, professionally cleaned, and private yet nestled in the heart of downtown Anchorage. An easy walk to all of the best restaurants, trails, bike rentals, shops and transportation.
“Such an amazing location! We were able to easily walk to most anything downtown and had an awesome view out our front door. We really appreciated David’s helpful guide and suggestions for places to eat and things to do. Definitely would stay here again! :)”
Completely update unit! Bright, natural light, new kitchen and modern fixtures. The perfect secret spot in Sunny Spenard. -minutes from the airport -walking distance to many restaurants -short bike ride or drive to midtown or downtown -minutes from coastal trail and other popular Anchorage activities **Basement Unit under the Host Family Home
“We were only at Lauren’s one night on our way out of Anchorage, but it was very cute, clean, and we got a warm welcome from her husband and kids. Lauren was a very responsive host and made sure we had everything we needed. I can’t comment on the area for things to do since we literally only slept there, but if you need a comfortable place to stay before heading to the airport this place is perfect!”
Perfect 'homebase' for exploring Alaska. A quiet street only 9 minutes from the airport, 7 min to Mooses Tooth and a couple blocks from the Campbell Creek trail where a 15 minute walk will take you to Taku Lake. Centrally located in Anchorage and close to local restaurants, breweries, lakes, creeks and the highway.
“It was smaller than I expected, but it made use of the space available very efficiently. I like that there was a washer/dryer and all the little things that make it feel like home. Really great location if you want to experience most of Anchorage within a short drive or Uber/Lyft away. Will check to see if its available next time we come into town.”