OPEN YEAR ROUND. For the ultimate in privacy, choose this GUEST HOUSE--2 King bedrooms (perfect for families, couples traveling together, business travelers, honeymooners, and those needing a totally private getaway), this 1150 sq foot cedar home with wraparound deck is set on 2 acres. A short, lighted path through the wetlands forest guides you from parking to your front door. The open kitchen flows into the dining/living space with wood-burning stove and cathedral windows. Mountain views!
- --Completely smoke-free (smoking is allowed away from all buildings but all cigarette butts must be picked up and disposed of in the proper receptables
- --Guests are requested to provide arrival and departure specific information as soon as arrangements are made
- --Guests must treat the premises with respect, disposing of garbage and recycling in the proper receptacles; and leave the premises in an orderly and relatively clean manner. And any damage must be reported immediately.
- --All guests must register with the host at check-in. Only those registered may occupy/visit this accommodation. If other guests will be visiting, the registered guests must discuss visitors with the hosts.
- --PLEASE NOTE: The City/Borough of Juneau requires the submission of a 12% combined sales/lodging tax. AirBnB does not request or collect any such taxes. All reservations will be charged this tax upon the arrival of the guests. All major credit cards may be presented for payment.
My wife, Danith, and I own and manage the Fireweed House 4-acre Complex on Douglas Island. We met in Juneau quite a few years ago (as with so many of us who now call Alaska home, we migrated from other cities -- Danith from Seattle and me from Chicago). We've both worked for the State of Alaska but we've been involved in Juneau's visitor industry for 20+ years. I've been fortunate that my passion for cooking and various culinary efforts have manifested several awards in various magazines for "Best Breakfast" and "Best Bed & Breakfast", plus a featured article in Sunset Magazine highlighting "the place to stay in Juneau."