Experience unique accommodations while visiting the Klondike.
Tucked away in the quiet north end of Dawson City, Whitehouse Cabins visitors stay in one of 10 comfortable clean guest rooms. Our authentic gold rush era buildings offer kitchenettes, private bath, cable TV, Internet access and outdoor sitting areas. Treat yourself to a stay in our fully restored Gold Rush Cabin — an exquisite suite with an elegant rustic interior decor. Looking for a little more adventure? We have well appointed Wall Tent Cabins with wash house and cook house amenties.
We are pleased to offer a rustic atmosphere and an exclusive riverfront location — within walking distance to the town center.
Whitehouse Cabins was established by Ed and Irene Whitehouse in 1953.
It was recognized in The Dawson Daily News as being the first 'tourist court' and it is largely made up of heritage buildings.
In the early 1900s, the buildings were home to an accountant, barrister, merchant, clerk, hotelkeeper, yardman, wood dealer, labourers and miners. It was during this time that the infamous trapper, Soloman Albert (who replaced his own frostbitten feet with those of a slain bear), also lived here.
In later years, during the 1962 production of the musical 'Foxy' at the Palace Grande Theatre, Bert Lahr (best known for his role as the Cowardly Lion in the 'Wizard of Oz') resided in one of the guest rooms.
Today, Whitehouse Cabins caters to visitors from around the world and maintains a loyal customer base.