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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Fairbanks reviews

  • Very comfortable cabin in subzero Alaska

    "We enjoy visiting interior AK in the dead of winter and this year stayed in this lovely cabin. The high points are as follows: the cabin is very welcoming the moment you walk in the door. The beds and bedding are comfortable and am pretty sure both beds had handmade quilts. The cabin is warm but not overheated and there is a foyer for getting into cold weather gear. Also a gas fireplace that heats up the place pretty quickly. Kitchen is nicely laid out with all manner of accoutrements, including a turkey injector. Big TV with all the channels, a good selection of DVD's (how often does that happen?) and wifi that didn't lag. Kathy is very nice, super knowledgeable about the area and not at all intrusive (I have stayed at some vrbo where the owners where over bearing or just plain weird). The bathroom has a jacuzzi tub that I couldn't get my 13 year old son out of, I didn't have the opportunity to use it but, I did have a squeaky clean teenage boy! This is a small point but, ever stay somewhere that is over decorated with several themes that makes you wonder what where they thinking? This is the lead dog cabin and all of the art was related to sled dogs and snow. The low points, the moose did not visit during our weekend and, the place we stayed after this cabin was not nearly as nice and we wondered why did we leave there? All in all we had a wonderful time and I would recommend this property to anyone visiting Fairbanks."
    Guest: sbc Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 23, 2017
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  • This is a really beautiful house with wonderful city view!

    "The room is very clean and warm. The landlord outs really nice, too."
    Guest: Xuan Z. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 31, 2016
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  • Perfect Location

    "Absolutely perfect in every way. We were lucky enough to rent this house for our final 2 nights in Fairbanks. This place did not disappoint! The location was awesome being right on the water. The house was very nice with an indoor toilet that we have missed as our last 2 places we stayed at had outdoor toilets. This is the norm for the majority of cabins in Alaska but at 41 below zero that is rough! With the cold weather the ability to park the car in the attached garage was priceless and the pellet stove made the house very cozy. I cannot say enough good things about this place and the value was great. We stayed here for less than most hotels have cost us. The owner Wally was great to deal with and his communication was really good. He was available at anytime and was a joy to talk to. If you are looking for a reasonable, clean, modern rental with a great view right on the river this place is it! We travel extensively and have stayed in many nice places but this rental is one of our top 5 places to stay! It will NOT disappoint and neither will the owner."
    Guest: Sam T. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 13, 2017
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  • Cozy cabin and great hosts

    "My wife and I enjoyed our 3-night stay at Nautique Sky in Feb 2017. It is a cozy little cabin, and Deke and Lorraine are great hosts. We were greeted within minutes of arrival and shown how everything works. We were already familiar with using a wood heater, propane cook stove, and such, so it was easy. I had never been places where it's cold enough that propane is unreliable, but they have a propane camp stove for those few times and it wasn't necessary during our stay. Although log cabins are not really energy efficient, the small cabin was easily heated and stayed comfortable overnight. Since the bed is in the loft and heat rises, we suggest letting the fire die down before bedtime. Its real easy to rekindle the fire in the morning. The wood heated hot tub is a neat experience, but it does take a while to heat it to the desired tempfeature. It was fun to sit out there and watch the Northern Lights. Be sure to set your camera for 5 to 8 second exposures to capture the beauty, and it will capture stuff you can't even see. Deke has a kennel of sled dogs and offers cabin guests a chance to go for a dog sled ride. It's not free, but it helps support his habit and it is fun. He also runs a snowmobile tour business if that's more to your liking. The only thing that wasn't fun was outhouse visits when the temp was below 0. For some side trips, try lunch and pie at Hilltop Truck Stop on your way to/from the cabin, or maybe go out the Stress Highway to have lunch at Chatanika Lodge. There are some good places to eat in Fairbanks, but expect to pay $25 and up per person for a good meal."
    Guest: Tim P. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 23, 2017
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