We stayed 3 nights in cabin 2.
Overal: Loved the atmosphere - rustic Alaska! The cabin sleeps 4 (a queen bed and 2 twins in the loft by ladder) so it's very spacious for just 2 of us. our cabin was clean, the bed was comfortable. There is a fire pit in the woods which we used once and really enjoyed. An on-site laundry (with $6) is a plus. Great location, close to Seward but without bustle and hustle of the town. very convinient to Exit Glacier, part of NP which we enjoyed enormously. Jim the owner was very friendly and relaxed.
Things need to know: there is a mini-fridge, a microwave and a coffee pot (coffee is provided) in the room. A BBQ on the deck. No utensils provided but there is a grocery store nearby (Safeway). Also need to know there is no hair blow dryer. If your hairs is long like mine, it could take long time to get it air-dry in a damp environment. No big deal, I managed it but thought you ought to be prepared.
Beware of the booking lady Debra: first of all she was rude over the phone when I was booking the place. I thought maybe she had a bad day and that's it ( reading the comments from others later, seems like everyday is a bad day for her!). 2ndly, prior to coming to Seward we have been on road for 2+ weeks and while driving to Seward, I pulled out the phone number from the website and called to verify a few things. It turned out it's Debra's (instead of the owner's) number. She was apparently not happy to answer this call. But to be fair she did answer my question. The 3rd time is a charm. On day 4, we packed and went for a hike onto the glacier. Upon completing our hiking, a surprise email showed up in my inbox. It's from Debra. She stated because we have not paid upon checking out she has charged my credit card the fare plus 10% (as her service fee). In reality, I might have mixed up the payment method with other Alaska places we stayed which would automatically charge the fare to the card on file upon leaving. We would have been more than happy to pay Jim in cash if knowing cash or check are preferred, and if Debra has taken a few minutes to call to remind me. It puzzles me as why anyone in hospitality business would utilize such a inhospitable person in their service.
All in all, Jim is a great guy (didn't get a chance to meet Betty) and staying in his cabins will offer you a great experience!