Adventure Studio Rental Apartment in Seward, Alaska
The Adventure Studio is a Sauerdough Lodging premier rental apartment in Seward, Alaska. The Adventure Studio is one of five apartments located at Sauerdough Lodging that was inspired by the artwork of Rockwell Kent, an American artist who lived on Fox Island in Resurrection Bay during 1918 and 1919. Sauerdough Lodging has chosen to name each of the apartments after a Rockwell Kent drawing.
This calming studio apartment is located in the rear, northern corner of the building, and affords stunning views of Mt. Marathon and the surrounding, breath-taking peaks. It has the original hardwood floors, built-in cabinetry and claw foot tub, which lends the space a charming and vintage character. The Adventure Studio, which is a weekly rental apartment in Seward, Alaska comprises 450 Square feet of natural, shimmering light throughout.
Built in 1907 by William Sauers, the Sauerdough Lodging building has served many purposes over the years. It originally housed the Seward Commercial Co. general store, with a town meeting hall upstairs. During the Roaring ’20s, the building was used as a brothel. It is presently the home of The Sea Bean café downstairs and our charming rental apartments, Sauerdough Lodging, located upstairs. We offer our guests the unique opportunity to experience Seward’s history without sacrificing any of the conveniences you expect while traveling.
With your booking, you will receive a daily $5 voucher per person, which can be applied to a meal, snack, smoothie, coffee or other menu item at The Sea Bean café, which occupies the lower level of our building.