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Map pinSitka · Alaska
5.0 · 
- The Stowaway-free car (in summer), bikes, kayaks
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- The Stowaway-free car (in summer), bikes, kayaks


The Stowaway - free car, bikes, kayaks

Room TypeRoom type
Entire home/apt

Nestled in the corner of our historic home, this apartment lives up to its name - it's a quaint, private hideaway that comes with a dedicated car (in the summer), two kayaks, and two bikes. The Stowaway is located on a small street in the heart of town, just up from Crescent Harbor. With its hidden entrance, and maritime-themed furnishings, the apartment has the feel of a dockside Speakeasy. Great for folks wanting to get work done, while breaking free for afternoon boat or bike rides. As its name might suggest, the Stowaway has a hidden feel to it. Nestled into the bottom corner of a larger 1930s clapboard house, the apartment feels discreet and cozy. Finished out with yellow cedar, the apartment has a distinctly nautical feel. There are two rooms, each with windows giving onto green space. A small but efficient kitchen, with modern sink and stove, and a large living room. Each room has an office space, making it great for folks looking for a work retreat, or a small family eager to experience life in Sitka's downtown. You will have the entire two bedroom apartment, along with a private entrance. You will have your own washer and dryer, along with access to a car dedicated to the apartment during the high season in summer. There are bikes and kayaks in our garage, and by the harbor for guest use year round - great to bike out the road, or to take a paddle and play with whales. We're around to give advice on things to do about town, but try and give you your space! . This is Sitka's sweetest and oldest neighborhood, right by the water, with access to downtown, but with a residential, intimate feel. Evening walks along the water to Totem Park, or to the Sitka Fine Arts campus to see a show, or to Centennial Hall for the Sitka Summer Music Festival - there just isn't a place in Sitka that is better-located. Guests will have access to two bikes, two kayaks, and a vehicle (complimentary vehicle use is limited to our high season, the summer months from the end of April until the beginning of October). That said, downtown is easily walkable. You can also head over to the Science Center, of an awesome playground - about a 5-minute walk. Majestic Totem Park, the site of the Tlingit fort, is ten minutes away. A market is a five-minute walk. The plumbing is old, and can be a bit clanky. You hear the sound of water draining through the copper pipes, which are visible in the ceiling. Otherwise, the apartment is sweet as can be. It's nearest to the ocean, just out your front door. You can see Sitka Fine Arts Campus from the end of the street, and sometimes whales surfacing in Eastern Channel. Grab one of the kayaks from the stand at the bottom of the ramp, and paddle out to Eastern Channel to catch rockfish for rockfish grilled cheese sandwiches. Or have morning coffee at the garden table set up on the patio outside the entrance. The apartment couldn't be more convenient, or better-equipped for folks wanting to experience life in town.


LaundryLaundry - washer
LaundryLaundry - dryer
ParkingParking space
Essentials (towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper)

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Map pinSitka · Alaska

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