This small cabin on 10 acres has everything you need to survive, and not much else. Warm up by the wood stove, chop your own wood, haul your own water, enjoy the grandeur of the outhouse, and live like the Alaskans live -- gazing upon glaciers, aspen groves, and mountains.
Standard Alaska cabin rules. Leave everything in the same or better condition than you found it and don't be an asshole. If you run out of something or note that something is out or broken, please tell me so I can fix it up. If you eat a lot of the house food, please make a corresponding contribution; it's not easy to get it out there. If something breaks while you are there, please fix it if you can.
As you have been told, because this is a remote rental, you simply must must must return the cabin to as good or better condition as when you arrived. While I can occasionally get neighbors to check on it, this is not a normal vacation rental, so you have to clean up after yourself in every way and dispose of your own rubbish (pack it out or burn it responsibly). If you can’t handle making everything very tidy before you go, please book one of the rooms in town that offers cleaning services.
In Alaska, many people leave their cabins unlocked in the winter just in case someone needs to use them. It’s all trust-based, as is this rental. We are trusting you will leave the cabin in fantastic condition, ready for the next person who needs it, whether it’s us or an AirBNB guest or a weary traveler who gets stuck outside in winter.