475 8th Ave., Skagway, Alaska, 99840, USA
Built in 1902 by Lee Guthrie, a gambler and owner of one of the town's most profitable gold-rush saloons, the white-clapboard two-story B&B—about two blocks from downtown Skagway—is furnished with original Skagway antiques and handcrafted quilts. Every guest room has a private bathroom. Light breakfasts are served, and children are welcome.
- conveniently located
- open year-round
- one room is wheelchair accessible
- most rooms require climbing stairs
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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