Alaska Bed & Breakfasts
Want to get a fuller picture of Alaska during your visit? Stay with Alaskans. Local bed & breakfasts put authentic Alaska experts—your hosts—at your service: They're happy to share insider tips about the local attractions, as well as their favorite recommendations for hikes, fishing spots or little-known gems. They also give you an in-depth feel for what life is like here for regular folks.
Alaska B&Bs can appeal to all tastes, too: accommodations range from luxurious to rustic, and from quaint homes to guest apartments or even cabins. Each B&B has its own personality: some cater well to business travelers, or have fun activities for families, while others specialize in romance or active, outdoors pursuits.
Breakfast styles also run the gamut, from a stocked kitchen in your private cabin to a communal table where you meet travelers from around the world. Feel free to ask about that breakfast before you book: Will it include classic muffins and fruit, or Alaskan specialties such as salmon quiche, reindeer sausage and wild blueberry pancakes with fireweed syrup? Either way, you can count on a comfortable setting, friendly service, and a great breakfast to kick off your daily adventures.
Bed & Breakfasts
This intimate 4‑room B&B, just 45 minutes from Anchorage in charming Palmer, is set on six gorgeous acres and comes with great views, delicious breakfasts, and hosts who are passionate about making you feel right at home.
This private lodging business may be the ultimate way for independent travelers to stay in the famously just-off-the-grid McCarthy. They’re located just before the footbridge leading into town, so you can park your car right by your private guest house —without the hassle of parking and having your stuff schlepped over the bridge. A favorite among locals and visitors alike, the modern guest houses have great views of the Wrangell St. Elias ...more
An exclusive lakeside oasis with hideaway cabins accessible by car and only 7 miles south of Denali National Park entrance. In addition to luxurious accommodations, you can enjoy the art gallery, artisan bakery, and spacious lawn with a campfire circle and a lovely view of the Alaska Range.
This 3‑room inn provides easy access to city excursions as well as a great springboard for any Alaskan adventure. The Arts & Crafts-style guest house, with a spacious second-story living room, offers panoramic views of downtown Anchorage, nearby mountains and Cook Inlet. You can walk to any number of restaurants, shops and museums, or look for wildlife along the city’s Coastal Trail.
Located just outside Seward, the Abode Well Cabins are tucked back amidst four acres of trees. Of the 13 available rooms, six are King Cabins (which includes a kitchenette and sleeps up to three) and one is a “family cabin,” which has a full kitchen, separate bedrooms and sleeps up to eight with two queen beds, two twins, plus a queen-size sleeper sofa. There are also six Queen Studio Rooms available, with similar amenities to the King Cabins. ...more
The logo for the Soldotna B&B Lodge says it all: a guest who’s lounging in bed — while also fishing. This family-run fishing lodge directly on the Kenai River offers a relaxing place to soak up the sights and sounds of nature, while also delivering a front-row opportunity to do some of Alaska’s most famous, exciting fishing. All stays carry a two-night minimum, but most guests stay longer (an average of 5 – 7 days), which is easy to do given the ...more
At this year-round B&B just outside the heart of Homer, the notion of being a guest takes on a new meaning. In her sunny two-story home, innkeeper Paula caters to just one party at a time — whether you are traveling on your own, or have up to six in your group. That means the B&B caters entirely to your needs during your stay — and you have easy access to quaint Homer, just outside the doorstep.
Guests who come to this sunny, comfortable inn just outside the main hub of Homer might be forgiven for doing a spin on the front-yard meadow and breaking into “The Sound of Music.” After all, owner Marcella Suydam says that guests often tell her that this spot reminds them of the Alps — and no doubt, the hills here feel pretty alive.