We Do Not Charge A Deposit &
We Cook You A Nice Full Breakfast.
Our B&B is secluded on 12 acres yet close to local amenities. If you are looking to lounge on the hill out back and take in the splendor of Pioneer Peak, the Chugach or Talkeetna Mountains; rest in your room after a day splendor that our state offers; or a respite from your travels we encourage your stay with us as we aim to make your quest a fulfilling one. Extra beds are available! Tell us how we can best accommodate your needs.
Secluded on 8 acres with great views, our home is centrally located in the valley. Our home is warmed by in-floor radiant heat in each room is cozy and will take any of the Alaska chill away. We are minutes away from the Parks and Glenn Highway, is by the local college with its great theater, and close to the local hospital, too. Each room is spacious and bright, the neighborhood quiet, yet close to nearby stores and restaurants. Private and public walking/riding trails are just a stroll away . Couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families will enjoy the setting and the convenient location of our home.
A self-serve breakfast is available until noon. The kitchen and dining area is open throughout the day, if you want to purchase foods and cook for yourself, family or friends, please make yourself at home. We also have a washer and dryer available for guest use. We have plenty of parking and outdoor space galore. There is a grill out back for cookouts as well as a fire pit. But because of the fire dangers we have to ask that the fire be contained to the pit and be put out when the last guest settles down in the midnight sun.
Interaction with guests
We enjoy and encourage conversation with our guests. Reach out or call if you need any help to make your trip more fulfilling.
Other things to note
We keep an abundance of local travel tips and ideas and are always willing to spend time with you to help plan your trip to Alaska and our part of wonderland. Centrally located, most drive-able points of interest are within a 3 hour drive from our home. SOME LOCAL POINTS OF INTEREST: PALMER Is a short 10-minute drive away from our home. This quaint historical town was settled by hundreds of pioneers during the Depression of the 1930's. It retains much of its early charm and the downtown park is bustling with family-friendly activities throughout the summer. The Palmer museum, situated along the park, is teaming with the lure of days gone by and staffed by friendly, knowledgeable attendants who guide visitors from near and far on current events. Palmer's local airport is home to scores of flight-seeing services HATCHER PASS is a breathtaking 30-minute drive away. Home to the now- closed Independence Mine, a once bustling gold mine, the remnants of which provide a great backdrop for photographers, painters and the curious, Hatcher Pass is a splendorous public park where hiking, skiing and spectacular valley views can be enjoyed by all who take the drive. Visitors can wander along the gold camp buildings, a bunkhouse,the train tracks which exit the mine and fall off into ruin (a sight to see,) and hike the trail to a still active mine. Hatcher Pass is a must see! REFLECTIONS LAKE. A 10-minute drive away and situated alongside the convergence of two rivers, Reflections Lake offers an easy walking trail year round. Come with snowshoes, skis, or ice skates during the winter months, or identify wildflowers and forest birds in summer. MUSK OX FARM. A 15 -minute drive away and home to the local Musk Ox herd. Pet and interact with this unique, age-old, beautiful animal! WASILLA is a 10-minute drive away. Wasilla is home to the local Alaska Railroad Depot, the Dorothy G Page Museum, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Museum, and most of the local box stores which are bustling with people from near and far. DENALI NATIONAL PARK is a 3-hour drive away and surely well worth a lifetime of story telling and memories. Visitors can also take the scenic train ride to the park and back, but that is a multi-day journey.
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I am a professor at a small college in Alaska. I am an accomplished artist, art critic and lover of life. I believe in having fun, enjoying life, smiling and laughing as often as possible.
We, my sweetheart and I, welcome you into our home and welcome the opportunity to travel as often as possible. We enjoy having and being airbnb guests and look forward to meeting you.