5 on April 08, 2016
Step back into history coupled with modern conveniences. The sleep number bed set in vintage surroundings, the claw-footed tub with a great shower, credenza with a TV tucked inside--all made for a wonderful Fairbanks stay.
4.4 on April 07, 2016
The house is amazing. You pull into a small community and don't really expect much but the interior is amazing and is truly like staying at a museum.
5 on March 27, 2016
This is a very very very good service & BnB.
5 on March 26, 2016
Our stay was a wonderful one but too short for our liking. Next time we will plan to stay longer. Our rooms were like a small apartment. So precious! The museum/historical value is a definite plus. So many interesting facts you learn about the town of Fairbanks. Our host was like a long lost friend. We truly felt like one of the family in this beautiful bed and breakfast!
4.4 on March 03, 2016
Staying there for one night is an awesome experience for us. We got six people but the room can only hold four, but the host is kind enough to accommodate us all, just for a extra few bucks, we really appreciate that.
4.4 on March 02, 2016
We found the house to be a time capsule of history with great attention to detail in the furnishings and decorations. The warm welcome and service from Mrs Tarrio makes one feel at home straight away. The rooms are comfortable and spacious and the house is located in easy walking distance from the main attractions in Fairbanks - all in all a great experience and thoroughly recommended.
5 on January 27, 2016
Every room had a unique theme and history relevant to the house and Alaska.
5 on January 26, 2016
Everything about our stay was perfect! The breakfast, service, staff and warm Alaskan hospitality! I would definitely recommend this place to any one looking for a charming and quaint place to stay in Fairbanks. Great value for the price and you feel like you are staying at your home away from home.
4.6 on December 24, 2015
With living in Fairbanks I've driven by Alaska Heritage House a hundred or more times and never knew what I was missing. What a surprise to discover such a gem in its authentic restored beauty, well kept and w clean accommodations. Staying here lends a hand to understanding what luxury meant at the turn of the century. I've already told several close friends to sneak off for a romantic night with their partners here.
5 on December 24, 2015
I decided to go to the Heritage House because I didn't want to stay in a chain hotel (I can go to those anywhere, but I was on vacation in Fairbanks and wanted to explore local places). The pictures didn't so it justice. The building has a lot of history - it's even registered as a historic place, and the rooms were gorgeous. Not only that, but the innkeeper was friendly, the place was clean, and the breakfast was wonderful. I'll definitely recommend it to anyone who plans to stay over in Fairbanks, and I'm definitely staying there again the next time I'm in the area.
4.2 on December 09, 2015
.Stayed in the "Maid's Room" on a recent Saturday night in December, perfect place to spend the night as I explored Fairbanks. A block from major bus stops, convenient address for taxis, and tasty filling breakfast. I'll definitely stay again.
5 on October 20, 2015
The only disappointment in our trip is that is was too short. All of the rooms are so neat and well-preserved and Telsie cares greatly about the history. Her cooking was delightful and the grounds are just amazing. We will absolutely be planning another stay here!
4.2 on September 07, 2014
The Alaska Heritage House B&B was a great place to stay in Fairbanks. The location is within easy walk to downtown, visitor center, restaurants, or just walking along the Chena River. The hosts are wonderful. Van has a wonderful knowledge about the house and the beginnings of Fairbanks as well as things to see. It was like having your own personal tour guide which helped us see the major sites during our stay. Each breakfast was different and delicious. They accommodated my dietary issue of no lactose very easily. The first night I felt that my bed was too hard and they immediately moved us to the Garden Room which was perfect. I would highly recommend the Alaska Heritage House B&B. Barbara J.
4.6 on January 04, 2014
No noise of doors or vacuums like in the halls of a hotel. No dry muffins for breakfast. Quiet radiant heating in floors and wall. Easy access to everywhere we wanted to go. And you can learn some great Alaska history besides! What's not to like?
4.0 on February 17, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed Alaska Heritage House. My husband surprised me for our 25th wedding anniversary. I couldn't have asked for a more romantic setting. The hostess, Linda was especially welcoming, and a great cook. I've already recommended Alaska Heritage House to several friends. It's truly a one of a kind, exceptional opportunity to relive Fairbanks opulence.
5 on February 16, 2011
We stayed 6 nights at the Alaska Heritage House B&B and would recommend it. If you are looking for a place that feels like home for a few days or even longer term, this is a very comfortable place to be. The price is reasonable, the breakfast is great and it is a very relaxed atmosphere, convenient to anywhere you need to be. We have now settled in at a condo, since we will be living in Fairbanks for a few years, but we sure are going to miss Linda's breakfast!
5 on February 10, 2011
The chelsea boudoir was perfect for a romantic getaway. Its very sexy and charming. The bed was so comfortable and had tons of pillows. Every detail of this room was perfect. The lighting, the boutique soaps, the glorious tub. It had a small tv with full cable and a mini fridge hidden in an old cabinet. The woman who attended to us was warm and friendly and provided us with the privacy me and my husband needed. The whole house was inviting and comfortable. I loved it. I would recommend this place to anyone.
4.0 on October 03, 2009
What a fantastic place! Loved the old world charm - very historic and authentic too, which makes great change these days. Very welcoming and so comfortable. Heaps to do do in Fairbanks too. Didn't know what to expect, being an Aussie, but the whole area just blew me away. Nothing remotely like home, which is why you go on holidays anyway. Would have liked to have stayed another few weeks to see even more. Fantastic people. The manager, Una, really made me feel very welcome, and knows everything about the place. Nothing was too much to make my stay the best. Cooks up a storm too! Everything fresh/organic and lots of local food. Definitely one of my top stays, and will be heading back for sure.