Enjoy Seward, Alaska’s Rustic Cabin Lodging – A Home Away From Home
Peaceful and rustic, Seavey’s Ididaride is pleased to offer cabins and lodge rooms for guests to Seward, Alaska at their Abode Well Cabins. Full of authentic Alaska charm, the cabins are located in a secluded spruce forest just a few miles from downtown Seward and can accommodate singles, doubles, and entire families. Featuring all the comforts of home, including free Wi-Fi, the Abode Well Cabins combine comfort with an authentic Alaska experience just five minutes from Seward boat harbor, Alaska Railroad depot, and the Alaska SeaLife Center. Cabins and lodge rooms are available for reservation between late April and mid-October, 2020, with special off-season rates making shoulder season travel even more affordable.
Singles or couples looking for simple accommodations will enjoy the Abode Well Lodge rooms, with a queen bed, mini fridge, coffee maker, microwave, and private bathroom. The perfect option for a last-minute overnight stay or for the minimalist traveler, lodge rooms feature all the amenities of our larger cabins, just on a smaller, more-affordable scale.
Abode Well King Cabins are snugly tucked into the rainforest of Seward, Alaska, and feature a bit more space for parties of 2-3 guests. With a king bed and rollaway available, smaller families will enjoy the King Cabins for their charm and attention to Alaska-themed details. Coffee maker, microwave, free Wi-Fi, and mini fridge are all provided for King Cabin guests.
Traveling with a larger group or family? The Abode Family Cabin is a delightful option sleeping four adults and up to eight kids, with two queen beds, two twin beds, and a sofa sleeper. With a full kitchen, families will save money and time by preparing their own meals together, and youngsters will enjoy playing outdoors, just like legions of Alaska kids.
With such close proximity to downtown Seward, Alaska, it’s easy to combine outdoor activities with time to relax in your cozy cabin. Seward’s unique location features the best of Alaska adventure, from dog sled rides at Seavey’s IdidaRide to fishing the deep waters of Resurrection Bay. Wildlife-watchers are able to catch a day cruise vessel to spy humpback or orca whales, and active visitors can test their mettle on one of Seward’s many hiking or mountain biking trails. At mealtime, raise a glass at the local hangouts, where fresh Alaska seafood is a primary ingredient and good conversation brings people together.