Haida Spruce House.
Haida Spruce House, located at the southern end of Steamboat Bay, presents a tasteful blend of lodge-style construction and residential comfort. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated here via four ocean view, double-occupancy suites, and four shared space, single-occupancy upstairs bedrooms.
All of the rooms are located just a few steps from the towering spruce ceilings of the great room and the spacious kitchen. Both spaces invite guests to enjoy the warm and classic ambience, overlooking the expansive blue of the bay, while sipping a warm beverage or savoring a slice of hand-crafted pizza from the wood-fired oven.
Prominent throughout Haida Spruce House are stunning displays of hand-carved and hand-painted local Alaskan artwork, with stories depicted of Alaskan tribal heritage and lore. Repurposed wood and fixtures from the historic Steamboat Bay cannery are on display around the premises, evident immediately upon entry by the decorative, antique oil-burning stove.
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The Great Room, overlooking Steamboat Bay, is the HaidaSpruce House's central gathering space for fine dining or relaxing with a drink in front of the large wood stove or the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Adjacent to the spacious Great Room is an extensive open kitchen, with a generously proportioned island and multiple bar seating areas.
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Haida Spruce House's expansive waterfront deck provides guests with endless views of the neighboring islands. Located just feet from a native otter playground, the Bayside Deck offers an exclusive immersion into the activities of Noyes Island's marine wildlife.
Also stretching out over the tides of Steamboat Bay is the covered hot tub, providing an opportunity for guests to supplement their daily relaxation regardless of the changing Alaskan weather.
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Each of the Ocean View Suites has a wood burning stove, full ensuite bathroom, walk-in closet, and stunning handcrafted furniture, all built from the same timber that surrounds Haida Spruce House.
Guests on the upper floor have stairway access to a quaint open loft area which overlooks the Great Room below, and provides a sweeping view of Noyes Island.
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Comfortably enclosed atop the eastern corner of the deck is a one-of-a-kind covered and top-vented fire pit, completely surrounded by glass walls, with built-in bench seating.
Guests can take in the camp-like coziness of the open fire, while still staying protected from the elements and enjoying the front row view of Steamboat Bay.