Stayed here for 3 nights on a quest to see the Aurora. We unfortunately did not see the Aurora, but the trip was otherwise great, and the accomodations were fabulous. We stayed in the Log House, which sleeps 4 (1 queen bedroom and 1 bedroom with 2 twins). The house is comfy and warm, with soft carpets and comfortable beds. There are great views over the valley from the deck, although it would be awesome if there were a skylight inside so you could just look up to watch for aurora from inside. Kory was an excellent host, very friendly and accomodating. Breakfast was good every day, although we were a little tired of the quiche based dishes every day for 3 days, but it was still good and had other items. The house had a hot tub which was phenomenal, except it was so hot it just made me wish it was located out in the snow. The best part of the trip though, was Cooper. The resident German Shepherd/Husky who comes and knocks on the door and requests cookies, which are provided in a glass jar in the house. Feeding Cooper the dog cookies which he comes around for and playing with him was one of the best parts of the trip. Now, if you are not dog people like us, you might not agree, but then, if you are not dog people, what is wrong with you? Overall, a beautiful place, comfortable accomodations, a great proprietor and an excellent experience (aside from our misfortune with the lights). We would return, and plan on it, since our main objective was not accomplished. Cooper seals the deal for returning to Taste of Alaska.
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