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1401 West 13th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Phone: 907-278-9275, FAX: 907 279-9282

Recommended by Frommer's as an "exceptional downtown B&B", this historic anchorage bed and breakfast is walking distance to the ocean, downtown shops, and tourist attractions. Founded in 1988, built in 1958, it withstood the Great Earthquake of 1964. This stately home was remodeled in 1988 for solar by nationally renowned architect Roger Dalyrymple, and by Crittenden-Crombie in 1998.

Nestled behind huge spruce trees, this eco-friendly home-stay B&B provides a flowered summer meadow for birds, butterflies and small Alaskan critters; and a winter "safe-haven" meadow for moose. A mini-farm of apples-cherries-raspberries-rhubarb-currants and strawberries tempt birds, moose and the family of friends who visit. Enjoy a walk to Delaney park tennis courts and festivals, watch ducks in the sunset at Westchester Lagoon, or ski/run the Coastal Trail.

A wonderful hotel alternative, this Inn provides both bed and breakfast and vacation rental lodging accommodations. The two Garden suites have private entrances, kitchenettes fully equipped with breakfast provisions for a healthy continental breakfast, cable TV, phone, and adjacent laundry facilities. The larger Executive suite features two separate bedrooms, a full living room, private bath, country kitchen, and comfortably accommodates up to 6 guests. The Studio suite features a queen bed and a fold-out queen futon, fireplace, kitchenette, private bath, and easily accommodates parties of 4. All suites are pet free to accommodate guests with allergies.

The private room in the B&B is furnished with antiques, cable TV, phone, shared bath, and quiet privacy for the busy traveler; a hearty continental breakfast is provided in the breakfast nook or picnic area. The main house is the only pet-friendly area where we have a shy old matronly singing cat, "Chunkers." This "family-friendly" home offers travel tips from the host's 30+ years of Alaskan travels. As a Gateway to Mt. McKinley B&B, this Inn frequently hosts adventuresome climbers, marathon runners, backcountry skiers, and skiers competing on Kincaid's world-class Nordic cross-country ski trails.
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