Steve, Cincinnati, OH
Such a cute place! This was probably the best deal and my favorite location of our trip to AK. Little bit of street noise but we were always so tired it didn’t bother me and never went past 11:00. Great location above the coffee shop and other bars/restaurants/shopping below. The vouchers for the cafe downstairs were appreciated ( but reality is breakfast and coffee were going to cost $10-12/person and you only get $5 voucher per person per day) but we really liked The Sea Bean (big bonus it opened at 7 am so we could stop in even if we had an early start to the day). I would most definitely recommend this place and stay there again if I ever returned to Seward.
This little gem is exquisitely refurbished with a vintage flair, yet with modern conveniences like a full kitchen. It was a very comfortable stay for my two nephews and me. The mattress on the bed was very comfortable for my younger nephew and me to sleep on, as was the futon for my older nephew. Overall, an excellent value for an incredible place. I took a tour of the larger, one-bedroom apartment, too; it was “to die for,” seriously. It’s doused with a bit of history, too, so great energy abounds in this place. I felt very “at home.” Check out the Sea Bean Cafe, even if you don’t stay here. Good eats and great atmosphere.
Kelly, Anchorage, AK
Sauerdough Lodging’s studio was bright, airy, and very charming. It’s in a very old building, and much of the original character remains. It was very comfortable to stay in, and the location is perfect – right in the original Seward downtown. The small kitchen, clean bathroom, and comfy sleeping arrangements (complete with flat screen TV) made it the perfect place to stay in Seward.
Sandra, Cedar Park, TX
Sauerdough Lodge was so nice. Unbelievably clean. Close to shops, restaurants and Kenai Fjiord tour boats. Free parking. Very safe, convenient, clean, affordable, what a find!!!
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