Klondike Kate's Cabins | Dawson City, Yukon | Cottage & Cabin Rentals

ome stay with us while in Dawson City this summer! We look forward to helping make your stay a true Northern experience that you will remember and tell your friends about!

KLONDIKE KATE'S CABINS Clean affordable accomodation 15 new log cabins All with private bathroom facilities, cable T.V., telephone & internet access Handicap suite and non-smoking cabins available Located at Dawson's most historic intersection; in the centre of all major attractions Airport pick-up available Pet Friendly @ extra $20.00 per stay Canada Select rates us '3.5 stars', CAA gives us a '2 diamond rating'

Cabins Details Cabins 1&2- two queen beds, bath/shower combo, fridge & microwave Cabins 3 to 6- one queen bed, bath/shower combo, fridge & microwave Cabins 7&8- two twin beds, shower only Cabin 9- one queen bed, handicap accessible shower,fridge & microwave (single unit) Cabins 10 to 16- two queen beds, shower only, fridge & microwave

KLONDIKE KATE'S RESTAURANT The Restaurant is open daily from 6:30 am to 11 pm. Enjoy great food in a friendly atmosphere in our authentic Gold Rush era building built in 1904. We are a licensed, full service family restaurant.

Canadian & Ethnic foods Fully licensed dining Espresso coffees Famous $4.99 Breakfast Special Dine inside or on our covered, heated, outdoor patio Open daily 6:30 am - 11:00 pm CAA and AAA Approve


She was born Kathleen (Kate) Rockwell in a little town called Junction City, Kansas on October 4th, 1876. She arrived in Dawson City, then known as the "Paris of the North" and soon became known as one of its most famous citizens. She was a vivacious entertainer who had a spectacular figure and knew how to show it off. She worked at the Palace Grand Theatre and then owned the Orpheum Theatre. She was crowned by some miners as "The Queen of the Klondike" and was also called the "flower of the North" and the "Darling of Dawson". She died in February 1957 at the age of 80. To this day, her ghost is said to haunt one of the upstairs dressing rooms of the Palace Grand Theatre.

Built in 1904, this building was originally used as a grocery store by J.H. Alhert & C.L. Forsha and later by the Northern Commercial Co. in the 20’s. Named the “Lucky Inn Café” in the 30’s, its use varied until it became Klondike Kate’s in the early 1980’s.

We have been established since 1990 and have sincerely enjoyed serving our locals and visitors from all over the world. Klondike Kate's Cabins & Restaurant is family owned and operated.