Relax in your own authentic Alaskan log cabin at Hatcher Pass Bed & Breakfast. Enjoy all the modern conveniences of home with private bath, well stocked kitchen, comfortable beds, privacy,and TV/DVD/WiFi. Generous breakfast foods are stocked in your kitchen for you to enjoy at your convenience in the morning. Nestled at the base of beautiful Hatcher Pass, Alaska - home to a variety of outdoor activities in any season -only 1 short hour north of Anchorage, and minutes from both Palmer and Wasilla. Relax in the comfort and beauty of a log cabin at Hatcher Pass Bed & Breakfast.
The Alaska Sourdough cabin is a cabin made of finely crafted and scribed Alaskan spruce logs which create a warm and cozy atmosphere for you to relax in. You will enjoy a private bath, kitchenette stocked with a generous supply of breakfast foods from sausages, eggs, milk, butter and juices in the fridge, and tea, coffee, and cereals in the cupboard. Pick and choose what you feel like at your leisure in the morning. Catch up on the latest news on the TV, if you choose. Why stay in an ordinary hotel room, when you can experience a truly Alaskan treat complete with an Alaskan homesteader host?
Nightly Rate: $129/$89
The Alaska Grande cabin is a cabin made of finely crafted and scribed Alaskan spruce logs which create a warm and cozy atmosphere for you to relax in. You will enjoy a private bath, full kitchen stocked with a generous supply of breakfast foods from sausages, eggs, milk, butter and juices in the fridge, and tea, coffee, and cereals in the cupboard. Pick and choose what you feel like at your leisure in the morning. Catch up on the latest news on the TV or internet, if you choose. Prices are for double occupancy, for extra guests a charge of $15. per person will be added at check-in.
Nightly Rate: $149/$125
5 on September 16, 2013
Enjoyed our stay at the Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast. It was very nice to be able to cook our own meals if we wanted instead of eating out every day. We stayed in the large cabin and it was very clean and included everything we needed to be comfortable. The breakfast that was included was available for us to cook whenever we were ready to eat which was nice if someone wanted to sleep in or eat late.
5 on September 12, 2013
We only had one night to stay in the Sourdough Cabin, and that is my only complaint. The cabin was adorable and had just enough space and furnishings for a family girls' night. I loved getting to make our own breakfast and we were supplied with more than enough choices. Super-clean and adorable setting. Loved it!!!!
5 on September 09, 2013
We really enjoyed our 2 nights at this fantastic B&B. Our cabin was nicely decorated, homely & very comfortable. We loved being able to chose and prepare our own breakfast from what was supplied. Good location for exploring the breathtaking Hatchers Pass. Highly recommended!
4.0 on August 21, 2013
We enjoyed our stay at the Hatcher Pass B&B. The cabin was clean, well-equipped and very quiet. Check-in was a snap, and we had privacy not usually available at a B&B. We definitely recommend it and will stay there again. A dining rating really doesn't apply because food is provided and the guest prepares his/her own meal.
5 on August 20, 2013
We loved our stay in Hatcher Pass B &B. Liz was so generous with her knowledge of the area, our cabin was clean and comfortable and the breakfast provided was lovely. We loved being able to have access to a microwave, fridge and hot plate- we were tired after hiking and we liked having the option to eat at the cabin instead of going out. The area is beautiful with many lovely hikes available.
Alaska State Fair, Palmer, Iditarod Trail Headquarters, Independence Mine, Matanuska Glacier, Musk Ox Farm, Reindeer Farm, Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Anchorage, AK (ANC) 50 miles
Directions to Hatcher Pass B & B from Anchorage International Airport 1) Stay on International Airport Road from the airport approximately 2 miles. 2) Just before the fourth stop light turn right and take the North exit on Minnesota Drive. 3) About 3 1/2 miles later you will be close to 6th Avenue. Turn right on 6th Avenue. 6th Avenue is one-way north, and later is called the Glenn Highway. 4) Now that you are on the Glenn Highway, you can relax and enjoy the scenery. You will drive about 45 minutes. 5) After you cross the Palmer Hay Flats, take the Palmer exit to the right. Keep to the right and continue on the Glenn Highway to Palmer. 6) When you get to Palmer go straight through two sets of traffic lights, and stay on the Glenn Highway approximately one mile past the last light. 7) Turn left on Palmer Fishhook and continue on this road for 6.6 miles. 8) Look for our sign on the left hand side of the road. The log cabins are clearly visible from the road. We are located just past the Tesoro gas station and little convenience store.
Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Alaska State Fair, Knik Glacier and River, Independence Gold Mine, Musk Ox Farm, Matanuska Glacier and River, Denali National Park, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Zoo, Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, snowboarding, snow mobiling, rock climbing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails
Bed and Breakfast, Guest Cottage
BBQ grill, Computer, Copier, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Videos
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Innkeeper is a life long Alaskan and enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, cooking, reading, and sharing her love of Alaska with others.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian