Located just a 5 minute walk from the airport, 10 minutes from the ferry Terminal, and 15-20 minutes to downtown. While we don't have an ocean view, you will find a clean affordable room. The room has its own bathroom with shower. Your welcome to use the kitchen and dining room to prepare and eat meals. There is wifi, and your welcome to lounge and watch a movie if you need a break from your active visit.!!
“Patrick and Tan's place felt very private even though we were in their home. The room is pretty isolated. This place is easily walkable into town, around 20 minutes to the Stik Inn and 30 minutes to Rayme's Bar. Super close and walkable from the airport. There is a sidewalk starting at Petroglyphs Beach with beautiful views all the way into town along Evergreen. Marlee was super sweet. I enjoyed meeting Tan and enjoyed the treats she shared with us. I would definitely stay here again.”
This cozy little cabin has modern amenities and is nestled amongst the trees on the coast of Coffman Cove, Alaska. The cabin offers waterfront views of the Clarence Straits, whale watching, orcas, deer and Bald Eagles. The summer days are long and beautiful. It might take you a couple nights to get used to the peacefulness of Alaska. Sometimes the whales or Bald Eagles will wake you as they pass by. Wifi access, dishwasher, washer, dryer, microwave and coffee maker are all included.
Johnny's Place is a tiny log cabin nestled in the woods of Whale Pass, Alaska. Located just a short walk to the mouth of Neck Lake Outlet, where it empties into Whale Passage. This location is known as a great Coho salmon fishing destination. The log cabin provides a cozy retreat after a day of enjoying the beautiful outdoors. The ability to provide yourself with hot food, hot showers, clean clothes and comfortable beds, will greatly enhance your enjoyment of our wonderful island. Welcome!
“This was the perfect spot to completely disconnect from work stress. The cabin has everything we needed for a comfortable vacation. Tyra is very friendly and helpful. She even brought us some delicious homemade bread. Whale Pass is a great place to stay and explore the remote and less crowded parts of the island. We made use of the local library, gas station and convenience store. All very helpful and really good people.”