There wasn't a thing I could complain about. Honestly, the only disappointing thing was that I wasn't staying longer!
I loved everything about this place, but let me start at the beginning: I am a 20something female, who ended her Alaska adventure with a solo jaunt to Seward to see the sea life! I called the Inn the day before I arrived to ask if I could drop off my luggage off before check-in (I'd been backpacking in Denali with friends.), which they were more than happy to allow. When I got there (a very easy walk from the train station), not only could I drop off my luggage - I could check-in! Sarah greeted me like a friend and showed me around, making sure I knew where all the common areas were. Sarah and Tom helped me out and had my whale-watching tour pick me up from the Inn, so I didn't have to haul all my gear across town again. I didn't even realize the tour did this. Tom and Sarah told me about it and then they called for me! And made sure I knew that the tour would check my luggage for me too. They gave me recommendations for lunch and supper and directions to the SeaLife Center. The recommendations were superb! It was so nice that they both chatted with me a bit and just asked how the trip was going - It made me feel like I was staying with friends, which was awesome since I was traveling alone. The room was fantastic. Clean. HUGE. (It had a loft with two twin beds, plus the bed below.) Enormous bathroom. Bed was so comfy and clean (and not just because I'd been sleeping on the ground for a week beforehand)! Then for breakfast Sarah made two kinds of breads. She also made me eggs and sourdough pancakes! (She was whipping up pretty much whatever any guest asked for.) And it was all so good!! And there was coffee, juice, tea and cocoa out, so you have whatever you wished to drink. I just can't say enough about how wonderful this place was - When I get back to Seward, I'm going to have to stay here again!