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Carriage House Accommodations
This is one of 4 guest rooms, each with a private en-suite bath, shares a common area kitchen, living and dining room on the first level of the lodge. Carriage House Accommodations, is a rustic-ly elegant boutique property also offering 3 private cottages quietly set on 2 forested acres along California creek, directly across from the Double Musky Restaurant and 1 mile from Alyeska Ski Resort. The Carriage room is a small room with a queen size bed and private in-suite bath, streaming TV and Wi-Fi, quietly set with the gentle sound of the creek. This room shares the common areas...kitchen, living and dining room with 3 other rooms, as well as the outdoor amenities...Hot tub, games and lounge chairs Rachel Hatcher, the last of 7 girls, grew up on a family farm in West Jupiter, Florida, where along with her sisters raised and trained horses and cattle, and showed through the 4-H program. She attended Florida Atlantic University and graduated with a bachelor of Finance with a minor in Accounting . After working in Public Accounting for several years, she realized sitting behind a desk was not her cup of tea. She met Jake in 1991 and soon after took a long sabbatical to travel Australia and New Zealand by bicycle, which opened her eyes beyond the corporate ladder. Jake Thompson, grew up in the Panama Canal Zone, and spent many summers in Sabula, Iowa where his mother’s side of the family is from. Jake is the 3rd generation from Panama with grandparents that went to work on the Panama Canal in 1905. A few years after graduating High School, Jake came to the States and lived in Tallahassee, Florida where he played Rugby and pursued a trade education. Jake ended up in the construction field and his love of woodworking led to the desire to build timber frame homes, and the Carriage House Accommodations is a fine example of his work. Carriage House Accommodations is quietly set in the forest among the Spruce and Hemlock trees, along California Creek on the edge of the Chugach State Park. Conveniently located 1 mile from the slopes of Alyeska on the edge of the town square and directly across from the Double Musky Restaurant on the Girdwood Shuttle Route. Hosts live upstairs in a separate space and there are pets on property.
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