About Skagway Skagway
is a wonderful little town with about 800 year-round residents, miles
of hiking trails, the narrow-gauge White Pass & Yukon Route
Railroad, and several colorful buildings that date back to the Klondike
gold rush of 1897-98. To get to Skagway, you can either travel north
from Juneau via small plane (40 minutes) or ferry (three to six hours);
or south from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory in Canada via car (2 hours),
bus, or bus/train combo. You can also fly to/from Glacier Bay/Gustavus
A deposit of $50 per night will confirm your reservation and is fully refundable if you cancel at least one week ahead or if the cabin can be rebooked. Credit cards are not accepted. Personal checks, travelers
checks, bank checks, and money orders are.
Written confirmation will be sent along with directions. If you will need transportation, be sure to let Cindy know how and when you will be arriving.
|"Why oh why
did we only plan one night at Cindy's Place in Skagway? If only we had
known. We'll do better next time."
"What a great stay! We are at the beginning of our trek north & have decided all future lodging will have a tough time topping this place!"
"You've treated us like Kings."
"And what a base is Cindy's Place! A friendly welcome and freedom of the facilities is a valued experience when you are on-the-road."
place to relax and enjoy our wedding anniversary."
"Cindy ~ Coming to stay in your lovely, cozy log cabin has been like coming to visit an old friend. Although we have just met, your generous hospitality has made us feel that we have known you always. You will always epitomize for us the warm welcome of Alaska. Thank you. We will dream of returning one day!"
"We have discovered our home away from home!"
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