Alaska Cabin & Vacation Rentals
Cabin or vacation rentals are perfect for Alaska travelers looking for authentic, unique, accommodations. They offer more space and privacy, as well as a sense of place that you wouldn't experience at a larger chain hotel. They're also great if you’d like to do your own cooking; many cabins come with kitchens.
Some places are wonderfully remote and require taking a water taxi to reach. Others are right on the road system in or near towns and national parks. Whether the cabin is luxurious or more rugged, wilderness cabins offer the kind of Alaska experience that many travelers are looking for.
Some resorts offer individual cabins on the grounds. These types of cabins may not come with kitchens, but the resort will usually have a restaurant or shared kitchen. Other properties are exclusive rentals.
Cabin & Vacation Rentals
Denali National Park View All
The family-run Denali Grizzly Bear Resort offers a variety of accommodations, great amenities, and amazing views of mountains and the Nenana River. And its location, six miles south of the Denali National Park Visitors Center but outside the main tourist area, means you’ll have easy park access without feeling crowded. Choose from their hotel rooms, private cabins, or campground.
An exclusive lakeside oasis with hideaway cabins accessible by car and only 7 miles south of Denali National Park entrance. In addition to luxurious accommodations, you can enjoy the art gallery, artisan bakery, and spacious lawn with a campfire circle and a lovely view of the Alaska Range.
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Cabin rentals along the Denali Highway, southeast of Denali National Park
Immerse your private group in this luxury year-round lodge, surrounded by the beauty of the Alaskan wilderness just southeast of Denali National Park. Sitting on a private 75-acre plot on Yogi Lake, it offers the remote feeling of a fly-in lodge — even though it’s accessible by road in summer. Hire private guides for custom adventures, like hiking, pack rafting, canoeing, flightseeing, fishing, and bird watching. Or in winter, go cross-country ...more
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Cabin rentals in Girdwood, just 35 miles South of Anchorage
Stay at Bob’s (founder of Alaska.org) family cabin in Girdwood — a charming town that’s home to Alaska’s famous ski resort, just a 45-minute drive south of Anchorage. The cabin is perfectly located at the base of the ski resort, Alyeska. It’s just a few minutes’ walk to Girdwood’s best shops and restaurants, yet set apart from the bustle.
Seward & Kenai Fjords View All
Experience complete immersion in the wonders of wild coastal Alaska, and stay in spacious, bright yurts (circular, reinforced tent-like structures) on a private island in Humpy Cove. Inside, the yurts are warm and comfy with fireplaces, private bathrooms and private decks overlooking the cove all connected by extensive boardwalks. They water taxis is included along with sea kayaks, paddleboards, rowboats, and fishing gear. All of this is just a ...more
This fly-in-only lodge features two secluded chalets set amid a stunning mixture of sea, forest, and a glacier-formed lake. Enjoy guided walks, custom zodiac tours on the lake, bonfires on the beach, and relaxation at your private chalet. The rate includes transportation to and from the lodge, kayaks, and activities. There’s a central cookhouse for preparing meals.
Enjoy stunning views of the surrounding forest and Resurrection Bay from these A‑frame cabins and cottages. You’ll feel like you’re in remote Alaska but you’re just three miles from downtown Seward and all the nearby tours and activities.
This tiny cove, 10 miles from Seward, offers a combination of unplugged bliss, cool yurt living, and a kayaker’s paradise. The two “unplugged” yurts each come with a queen-size bed and full size sofa bed, a table and chairs, linens, and a kitchenette. You get unlimited use of kayaks during your stay — and given the amount of sunlight during summer, that means you can be paddling in and out of coves at midnight if you feel like it!
Located just outside Seward, the Abode Well Cabins are tucked back amidst four acres of trees. Of the 13 available rooms, six are King Cabins (which includes a kitchenette and sleeps up to three) and one is a “family cabin,” which has a full kitchen, separate bedrooms and sleeps up to eight with two queen beds, two twins, plus a queen-size sleeper sofa. There are also six Queen Studio Rooms available, with similar amenities to the King Cabins. ...more
Homer View All
If you can’t decide whether you’d rather have sunset or sunrise views on vacation, Between Beaches Alaska perfect. Perched on a spit near Seldovia that offers both East and West water views, this idyllic spot also offers the chance to watch whales, otters, seals, shorebirds and eagles while enjoying the tranquility of a unique setting. Choose from 6 cabins.
Enjoy the serenity of this intimate, all-inclusive lodge, which sits on a private beach just a 20-minute water taxi ride from Homer. Family-run and completely renovated in 2022, the Lodge at Otter Cove offers 5 luxury cabins with 7 private rooms and 3 delicious meals a day. Choose your activity each day from fishing, kayaking, hiking, and more.
Fly-In from Healy (near Denali)
Experience true remote Alaska at this fly-in wilderness lodge northeast of Denali National Park. There are 12 cabins, each with its own en suite bathroom and plenty of privacy from your neighbors. This slice of wilderness is yours to explore; hike, fat-tire bike, or wander down to the pond to watch for moose. Hearty meals are served family style in the main lodge.
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40-Minutes North of Anchorage
Enjoy your own private log cabin in the wilderness, with all the modern conveniences, just an hour north of Anchorage and minutes from Wasilla and Palmer. Nestled at the entrance to Hatcher Pass in the Talkeetna Mountains, your cozy log cabin makes an ideal base camp for all your Alaskan adventures!
Discover cozy cabins, great food, and big Alaskan adventures at this intimate lodge that sits on the edge of the wilderness yet is super-accessible from Anchorage. It lies tucked in at the back of the Knik River Valley and at the end of Knik River Road, where Alaska’s real wilderness opens up, with mountain and river views — but without a flight or long drive. It’s the perfect place to escape for a few days, with lots of activities available from ...more
Iconic and remote Alaskan adventure lodge in the Talkeetna Mountains, accessible by road just 60 miles north of Anchorage. Open year-round, you’ll stay in rustic, comfortable cabins with access to some of the best hiking and skiing in the world, just outside your door. The lodge and cabins sit dramatically above treeline, offering breathtaking mountain views and endless adventure opportunities.
25-Minutes North of Anchorage
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This private lodging business may be the ultimate way for independent travelers to stay in the famously just-off-the-grid McCarthy. They’re located just before the footbridge leading into town, so you can park your car right by your private guest house —without the hassle of parking and having your stuff schlepped over the bridge. A favorite among locals and visitors alike, the modern guest houses have great views of the Wrangell St. Elias ...more