The mere fact that this remote, six-cabin Alaskan getaway—situated on a 7-mile-long fjord—is accessible only by boat is a good indicator that there's no real reason to leave this magical spot. Unless it's for an off-site excursion, that is. Start the day with morning yoga (included in the rate), then choose from daily activities such as a visit to a local oyster farm, cooking classes aboard a converted crabbing boat, or a helicopter ride to explore an active glacier. Later, relax on the new bayside deck, swap stories with other guests at the nightly wine-and-cheese reception, and enjoy dinner prepared by the resort's co-owner, celebrated chef Kirsten Dixon.
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