Yukon Register of Historic PlacesYRHP

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Pioneer Hotel Two

Character Defining Elements

Pioneer Hotel Two

Character Defining Elements

The character defining elements of the hotel include:

- the exposed round log construction with interior side hewn flat and V-notched rear corners

- hawsers used as chinking between the logs

- architectural elements such as the medium pitched gable roof, roof purlins, ridge pole, plank sheathing, hexagonal asphalt shingles

- gable roofed frame addition extending from one end with board and batten gable end

- original window and door openings with exterior trim, hand crafted windows

- early interior finishes including built in cabinets and hand crafted furniture

- collection of archival materials and artefacts that belonged to John Hatch

- location and siting within the small cluster of buildings remaining from the squatter community, including the proximity to the river and Pioneer Hotel 1