Our Cabins

All our cabins come with fresh linens and towels to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Each cabin is also furnished with a private bathroom, microwave, mini-fridge, coffee pot and BBQ. Artwork is proudly displayed in every cabin and is available to buy from our Artist in Residence! Please don't hesitate to ask us for anything else that might make your stay more enjoyable. 

Pet Friendly

Our cabins are pet friendly. Bring your dogs, cats and goldfish. We encourage you to enjoy our open yard to play and let your pets stretch their legs. (They have had a tough time traveling as well.) Please notify us during your reservation as there is a pet fee of $25 for the extra cleaning and incidentals. And as always, please clean up after your pet! **if you have pet allergies please advise us during your booking**
Fox 'nFireweed cabins is an exclusive property where every guest reservation is both important and special to us. If your travel plans change and you must cancel your reservation, please call us at least 48 hours prior to your arrival date to cancel your reservation. In the unlikely event that you must cancel with us with a less than 48 hour notice, shorten your stay, or check out early, please understand that we must ask you to take responsibility for your entire reservation. If we can rebook your room(s), a full or partial refund will be made.

Check-in: after 3:00 PM with self checkin, instructions are emailed at time of booking.

Check-out: 10:30 am unless previous arrangements have been made.

Absolutely No Smoking Inside. If you would like to smoke please do so outside and away from other guests; dispose of cigarette butts in a responsible manner. A $200 cleaning fee will apply should you choose to smoke inside.

Pets: Up to three pets are welcome with a $25 pet fee for cleaning. Please don't leave your pets unattended in the cabins, you will be held responsible for your furry friend and any damage or cleaning in regards to them. We would appreciate if you use a leash when walking your Fido, for their safety as well as other guests' comfort. Bags for picking up after your pet will be provided upon request. Additional charges may apply if damage is caused in excess of the twenty-five dollar fee.
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Experience the rugged beauty of Alaska



Although there have been Athabaskan settlements around Tōk for centuries, Tōk itself did not exist until 1942 when a camp was built to support the construction of the Alaska Highway. There are many theories on the origin of Tōk's name. Some say it is an abbreviation of Tokyo Camp, another road camp that was later used in WWII as an airway. Some say it is an abbreviation of Toklat River, or the initials of a Norwegian goldminer named Thorine Osric Knornsson. Some say Tok was the name of a pet bear from the Alaska Road Commission camp days, who was so beloved the camp was named after him. Finally, some say it was the call sign for road crews checking conditions at the T-junction connecting Canada, Fairbanks and Anchorage. "Is the T ok?" "T ok." Eventually "T ok" was shortened to Tok. We don't know how Tok got its name, but we know it's a special place. Fox 'n Fireweed was opened in 1990. It is still going strong thanks to the serene locale and kind-hearted neighbors of Tok.


Had a very wonderful and peaceful stay after being on the ferry for 3 days. The cottage was perfect and cozy with comfy bedding and all the amenities to make it feel like home. A home cooked breakfast with other guests and owner topped the morning before our drive to Fairbanks. If I return to Alaska this will be on my list of places to stay.

-Sally | Facebook
Loved our cozy "sourdough"cabin at the clef of the rock B&B. We had a wonderful visit and early breakfast with the owners. Our cabin was clean, warm and inviting. A perfect place from which to explore Tok and the surrounding area.

-MaryJo | Trip Advisor

I wish I could stay there every weekend! The owners are amazing and what won us over was the "kid-friendly" environment. It was an absolutely perfect stay. I would recommend this place to anyone wanting a memorable cabin experience in Tok.

-Patty | Facebook

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