The lodge is situated on 280 sunny hillside acres, 15 minutes from Fairbanks. Massive spruce trees were logged from the homestead and crafted into the unique structure of A Taste of Alaska Lodge. The 7,000 square foot natural log building, completed in 1995, is decorated with antiques and Alaskan collectibles. In 1947 Walter and Dorothy Eberhardt homesteaded the original 160 acres and developed the land for farming. Walter continues to farm it today at age 89.
5 on October 01, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the taste of Alaska cabin. The two bedroom cabin was quite spacious. The beds were very comfortable & the shower was plenty hot with great pressure. Kory was a great host. We never did eat with him, but he was super accommodating with times for breakfast. We'll definitely stay here again. We were blessed to see the aurora the last night before we left. Truly amazing, breathtaking, magical... What more can I say? We left four 30 degree sleeping bags behind so the next aurora viewers can be warm while waiting & watching. Kory had chairs for us to sit & view out in the field & we bought the sleeping bags to sit in to stay toasty. It worked great! Thanks Kory, we'll be back :)
4.6 on September 16, 2011
The stay at A Taste of Alaska was our final stop on a 12 day Alaskan trip and it was our favorite portion. Kory took amazing care of us and we enjoyed the Lodge immensely. Thank you!!
5 on July 25, 2011
Our stay was wonderful. The rooms were very comfortable. The breakfasts were outstanding. We have already recommended A Taste of Alaska Lodge to others. We will stay here again when visiting Alaska.
3.2 on March 22, 2011
Taste of Alsaka Lodge is a comfortable place to hang your hat. The owners were veryhelpful in arranging activities and accomodating our large group. I would stay there again on our next trip to Fairbanks.
5 on March 11, 2011
The owners were very pleasant and worked hard to satisfy us with any questions we had. We hated to leave. The rooms were very, very clean. The breakfasts were fine also. This was the best part of our vacation. Ed and Ruth Rose
Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Historic Gold mining area , River, Billiards, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Shopping, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
BBQ grill, Bath robes, Board games, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Radio, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Library, Private entrance, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos
220 natural wooded acres, panoramic view of Mt McKinley and Alaska Range Mountains
1 Cat , dogs Others
Debbie-mother of 4, innkeeping, decorating. Dave-building, farming, gold mining.