The Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge, with capacity for 8 guests and 1620 square foot of living space, is a fully equipped, first class vacation home with lots of Alaskan décor plus selected items recognizing Captain Cook’s third voyage when he sailed by this location in 1778.
The downstairs includes a full kitchen, large family room, bedroom with queen bed, full bath and laundry. The upstairs loft features another full bath and will sleep an additional 6 guests in one queen and 4 twin beds. BBQ deck on the front of the buildings with a view of the spruce trees, tundra, hills and mountains.
The property includes a circle drive that guests can access from either the Sterling Highway or Camai Road (drive through), and a wooded lot with mountain and forest view.
P.S. On May 27, 1778, Captain James Cook spent the night on anchor in his ship the "Resolution" just off Anchor Point. Based on that, we can say of the Anchor Point Captain Cook Lodge – "Captain Cook slept here."