The Hirshey Cabin

The Hirshey Cabin is a historic cabin that was completed by the Hirshey family in 1905. The Hirsheys made Hope their home as they operated the Hirshey Mine in their quest for gold. After the 1964 earthquake that rocked Alaska, the cabin was moved to its current location, leaving behind the Hirshey Barn which sits in downtown Hope, approximately 0.5 miles away.
The cabin has been updated to provide current amenities and comforts, such as a large kitchen and a full indoor bathroom. Each of the three bedrooms are located directly up the spiral staircase - bedroom one has a queen bed, bedroom two has a toddler bed and a twin bunk bed, and bedroom three has a queen bed. Both living room couches pull out into beds, so the home can comfortably accommodate to 8 guests or more.

All linens, towels, shampoo, kitchenware and even some breakfast foods are included. Wifi in this area is sketchy at best, so guests should plan accordingly.

The cabin also has a full-sized grill with grilling tools and a full tank of propane for grilling just outside the cabin entrance. The shared fire pit area is for guests staying at the Hirshey and Little Green Cabin. Bring your firewood or purchase some during the summer months from the Seaview Cafe. The cabin does not have an indoor wood stove, but it is kept plenty warm with a Toyo stove and electric heaters in the bedrooms.

The Hirshey Cabin is the ideal space for large families, groups traveling together, and children.