A Swan Nest Inn

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Formerly a 1918 public building, this inn was condemned to be demolished in 2000 until it was saved by the current innkeeper, making it one of the oldest surviving structures in this historic fishing town. Guests staying at the bed and breakfast have reported disembodied footsteps in their rooms, as well as a mischievous entity that likes to rearrange furniture.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

504 Adams Street
Seward, AK
United States

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60.1031559, -149.438335
Kenai Peninsula Borough County
Nearest Towns:
Seward, AK (0.2 mi.)
Lowell Point, AK (2.1 mi.)
Bear Creek, AK (4.5 mi.)
Primrose, AK (16.9 mi.)
Primrose, AK (19.4 mi.)
Crown Point, AK (22.2 mi.)
Crown Point, AK (22.3 mi.)
Moose Pass, AK (26.7 mi.)
Cooper Landing, AK (30.0 mi.)
Whittier, AK (52.9 mi.)


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