We invite you to share the beauty and peace of our 40 acres in your private luxury cabin. Ideally located on the edge of Tok, you can enjoy easy access to town, yet explore the miles and miles of trails right outside your door without ever crossing a road. Amenities include kitchenette,aspen grove picnic area with fire pit, huge lawn, volleyball net, woodstove and river rock hearth, and 2 cozy Queen beds with wildlife themed bedding. Wake up to breakfast in your cabin with homemade berry treats from our own eggs and berries.
5 on June 27, 2013
We just finished an amazing tour of Alaska...three weeks all over the state. The Cloudberry Cabin turned out to be one of the highlights of our stay. It was the cutest little cabin...in a little slice of paradise. The owners are so nice, and made our stay unforgettable. If you are traveling the Alaskan highway, or just want to get away from it all...I highly recommend a stay at this picturesque bed & breakfast. Affordable, beautiful, comfortable, and just far enough off the main road (5min) to get away from it all. My wife & I loved it!!!
5 on January 04, 2013
My wife and I stayed here for a little more than a week. Nate and Deb are extraordinary hosts. We were made to feel at home and a part of their lives. You can park right next to the cabin, and walk across a green lawn to their lodge home with nearby green house and smoke house, and trapping trail.
5 on January 04, 2013
After a long day of travel, by both plane and car, we arrived at Cloudberry Cabin, July2, tired and ready to relax. Nate and Debbie had the cabin ready for us. Because it was a little chilly a fire was soon going in the wood burning stove. As you can imagine, we quickly made ourselves at home. The following morning, after a breakfast of delicous blueberry pancakes we walked along paths through the woods and enjoyed an Alaskan experience we will long remember. A barbeque of Caribu that evening was out of this world. Cloudberry Cabin is a place we hope to revisit again.
5 on January 03, 2013
We stayed here as part of our trip to Alaska last June. I think we were one of the first people to stay in the cabin as the owners had just remodeled it and made it available for renting. It was great for us and our kids, and just a mile or two off the Alaska Highway. It was cheaper and so much nicer than staying in a hotel in town. Highly recommend!
5 on June 12, 2012
This was the best stop on our AK Hwy tour...really enjoyed meeting Nate and Deb. The cabin was spacious and cozy, but the property is the real draw. We enjoyed salmon around the BBQ, and felt really at home. This is 100 times better than a hotel. Blueberry muffins were excellent, and slept so well with the blackout shades. We'll be back.
5 on June 03, 2012
We had a wonderful stay at this private cabin. Quite a relaxing change from our city life. Nice and open and they had remodeled the inside entirely.
Kitchenette and cozy woodstove with river rock hearth make you feel right at home. Includes a fridge, microwave, coffee pot, large sink, table and 4 chairs, and is fully stocked with dishes and linens. Sink into our 2 comfy Queen beds with lots of pillows and extra fleece blankets for cool summer nights. You can enjoy the midnight sun, but shut it out when you wish with blackout shades for a great night’s sleep. Relax outside around the fire ring, stroll on the trails, or enjoy the midnight sun from your deck. We are family and pet friendly.
Nightly Rate: $79 - $129
Fairbanks, AK (FAI) 241 miles
From Anchorage: Follow Tok Cutoff (Highway 1) towards Tok. At milepost 123.5 turn left on Borealis Avenue. Continue 3.5 miles down this paved road to the end. Turn right on McKenzie Trail. Look for our sign, we are the first driveway on the left. From Fairbanks: Follow Alaska Highway (Hwy 2) south. At milepost 1317.6 turn right onto McKenzie Trail. Continue down this state-maintained gravel road 1 mile (almost the end of McKenzie Trail). We are the last driveway on the right. Look for our sign! From Canadian Border: Follow Alaska Highway north from the Canadian Border. Go past Tok Juntion towards Fairbanks to milepost 1317.6. Turn left onto McKenzie Trail. Continue down this state-maintained gravel road 1 mile (almost the end of McKenzie Trail). We are the last driveway on the right. Look for our sign!
Historical interests, National/State parks, Nature area, Wildlife Viewing, Boating, Gold panning, World class fishing, Hunting, Picnic area
Bed and Breakfast
, Fire pit, Volleyball net, Trails
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Microwave, Private entrance, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, canoeing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Nate and Debbie Berg
Nate is a wildlife biologist at Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge. Debbie is a preschool teacher. They both enjoy experiencing all that Alaska has to offer, including canoeing, rafting, trail running, birding, biking, hiking, hunting, fishing, gardening, and downhill and cross country skiing.
Blueberries 'n' Creme Crepes
Enjoy an in-room deluxe continental breakfast infused with local organic ingredients. Wake up to homemade breakfast treats like lemon creme crepes with fresh Alaskan blueberry sauce, cranberry coffee cake made from eggs gathered from our own flock,and cranberries from the backyard, and huge muffins bursting with hand-picked Alaskan blueberries! Your cabin is well stocked with juices, coffee, selected teas, breads, homemade jam, cereal bars, hot cereal, and more.