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Impressions and Other Assets/Coop Cabin, a Tiny Alaskan Cabin with Denali Views
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Stay in a Stunning Tiny Cabin in Alaska 🐻👏

Stay in a Top-Rated Tiny Cabin in Alaska from $142 per Night—Fits up to 4 Guests!

From $142

Published by
Molly Cowen·12/3/2023
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We've found a stunning tiny cabin in Alaska for budget prices! This cabin is located on five acres of private land in Nenana, directly between Fairbanks and Denali National Park — perfect for a secluded escape with views of local wildlife and the Northern Lights. You'll find everything you need for up to four guests: a lofted studio with king and queen beds, a kitchen, lounge, and porch with amazing views of the Alaskan wilderness.

This bucket-list stay will set you back a budget-friendly cost of $142 per night. With an Airbnb rating of 4.96/5 from over 250 guests, we don't think you'll be disappointed.

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  • Nenana

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Please note: the following price breakdown is for a 3-night stay, including all taxes and extra fees. This comes to an average nightly price of $142.

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