En 1906, la ruée vers l'or pionnier John Olds construit l'une des maisons les plus grandes dans l'ensemble de Juneau, haut sur la colline, avec vue sur le front de mer animé. Né à Cornwall au sud-ouest-Bretagne, John a fait son chemin pendant des années comme un mineur, de la prospection son chemin le long de la piste de l'Oregon et finalement canoë jusqu'à Gastineau Manche à la fin de Décembre 1880. Or avait été découvert et comme par hasard, il était avec la première vague de mineurs qui hivernal sombre nuit. John et ses partenaires exploité avec succès plusieurs concessions de placer et de charge pendant les premières années de la ruée. Avec ses fouilles, John a acheté deux hôtels locaux et servi la communauté naissante comme un homme d'affaires et leader civique. Maintenant, offrant l'hébergement de qualité dans la capitale conserve ces premiers souvenirs de la maison historique d'une famille de pionniers. Votre séjour chez nous sera un vrai lit et l'expérience de petit-déjeuner. L'arôme du café fraîchement torréfié annonce le petit déjeuner, une affaire de plusieurs plats, servi dans la salle à manger formelle au milieu des rayons du soleil du matin. Le menu peut inclure des pommes sautées dans une sauce à la cannelle chaud ou framboises locales fraîches et crème. De les journaux de chevet, plats préférés de voyageurs sont les oeufs de crabe Dungeness Benoît sur la maison des petits pains, des petits pains ou les soufflés de citron et épais coupe jambon fumé. Attardez-vous et profiter du café et la conversation dans une atmosphère unrushed, partager les plans ou racontant les aventures de jours précédents.
5 sur juin 06, 2015
I loved staying here! I an a travel agent specializing in Alaska so I wanted to check it out before recommending to clients. For people who like ambiance, antiques, history, and great food and service, this a wonderful charming place to stay. Linda's breakfasts were wonderful and she went out of her way to accommodate my dairy-free diet. The bed was very comfortable and I loved having a living area, books, Tv- it felt like home. I usually like to stay under the radar while traveling and I felt I had all the privacy I wanted, yet the other guests were fun when I felt like socializing. Walking to the health food store and downtown is also important to me in Juneau, so this place is a winner. Patty www.alaskaandbeyond.com
5 sur mars 02, 2015
Every February I visit Juneau during the Alaska Legislative session. While the visits always involve some stress, this year the budget shortfall made the visit even more stressful because all of the legislators and representatives of state government are feeling the pain of being Billions of dollars underwater. Typically, I have stayed at one of Juneau's hotels, but this trip I elected to stay at Alaska's Capital Inn B&B. Located directly across the street from the legislature, ACIB&B is extremely convenient, but the grace and comfort offered by Linda and Mark creates an environment that is a welcome oasis in the legislative tumult created annually during the session. Linda and Mark like people and have restored the house to perfection. If you want to enjoy Juneau, stay with Linda and Mark!
4,4 sur février 03, 2015
I always stay here when in Juneau. The only problem is there isn't always room.
5 sur août 12, 2014
Our family stayed in three of the seven rooms of the B&B. They were immaculately cleaned & thoughtfully prepared by Grace, the right hand woman to hosts Linda & Mark. The house has been carefully restored to its Arts & Crafts period style, complete with William Morris wallpaper & Stickley furniture. The breakfast fare is locavore cuisine at its very best, featuring organic local produce & Linda's house made jams. We had a wonderful stay & highly recommend the house to others.
5 sur juillet 28, 2014
Linda and Mark you are doing a superb job , keep it up. Breakfasts were outstanding as was your customer service. Rooms are superb what more can be said , and what a character the dog is. Bears on the porch added to the experience, thank you
4,4 sur juillet 23, 2014
This is a great B&B. We stayed twice. The first time we had a small room downstairs that was nice but the second time we had "Lela's Suite" which was outstanding. Both had great beds and comforters. But the upstairs room was huge; beautifully appointed; had great windows and light; and had a fabulous bathroom with a double tub jacuzzi. The breakfasts were excellent (sour dough pancakes; home made granola; great french toast) that always included muffins (fabulous) and dessert (also fabulous). And Linda was a terrific source of information and ready to help make plans and/or reservations. We'd return in a heartbeat.
5 sur juin 29, 2014
We just returned from a three night stay at the Alaska Capital Inn in Juneau. It’s located just a few blocks from the center of town, and you could walk everywhere. This was our first time to stay in a Bed and Breakfast (and now won’t be our last). The experience could not have been better. We arrived late, and Linda (the owner) had stayed up to greet us and help us to our room. We reserved the “Lela Room”. It was absolutely perfect…a large room with king size bed and really cozy. A bay window looks out to beautiful greenery. The comfortable sofa and chair in front of the window made me want to curl up and read a book. The bed was comfortable with soft sheets; bathroom was large with a combo shower with huge two person jetted tub. Breakfast was served family style at 8:00 AM around a large beautiful oak table. Fresh strawberries and sliced bananas to start with along with homemade muffins, then scrambled eggs with cheese and dill, along with sausage patties, and hash browns. As if that wasn’t enough, Linda topped off our breakfast with homemade brownies!! Yummy!! We all sat around the table sharing stories, and then we were ready for the day. The next morning was a fabulous breakfast with sliced pears and muffins to start, then a really special soufflé with tasty potatoes, with fresh warm cookies for dessert. Linda arranged for our next day 4:45 AM taxi ride to the airport with Raul and packed us a breakfast to go. The entire stay she was sure our every need was tended to. It was difficult to leave. Just like leaving the comfort of mom’s house. We highly recommend staying at the Alaska Capital Inn and definitely will stay again when we return to Juneau. We can’t thank you enough Linda and Mark
4,6 sur juin 13, 2014
The Alaska's Capital Inn is a lovely craftsman home with large, comfortable rooms. The hosts are engaging, fun and great cooks. The location is within walking distance of downtown, and the hosts provide suggestions and information about anything you could need or want. The 3 course breakfasts are decadent!
5 sur juin 13, 2014
Linda and Mark made this a wonderful experience. The breakfasts are fantastic. Duffy was always welcoming and never barked once. Enjoyed great stories about Alaska, especially it's politicians!
4,6 sur novembre 05, 2013
We stayed at Alaska's Capital Inn after a week long stay at a forest service cabin on Admiralty Island. It was a treat to be pampered after roughing it for a week. Linda and Mark were great hosts. Very informative and accomodating. We were a day late because we were weathered in at the lake. Linda kept tabs on the weather and checked with the float plane company throughout the day. We were very fortunate to be picked up the following day so that we were able to enjoy Linda's cooking and hospitality. Morning Glory muffins and fruit then dungeness crab omelettes and finally chocolate pudding. Delicious. Coffee and tea as wells as baked goods were an afternoon treat. The Inn is perfectly located for walking to downtown Juneau shopping and restaurants, but quiet for a good night sleep. Highly recommend!
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Centre ville, Petite ville
Juneau, AK (JNU) 9 miles
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Mendenhall Glacier, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Ruines, Piste de ski
Bed and Breakfast
Jeux de société, Ordinateur, Copieur, Bureau, Fax, Internet, Radio, Films, Internet par câble , Connaissances locales
Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Planche à repasser, Entrée indépendante, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Billard , Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Pistes de ski de fond, Ski alpin , Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Chasse, Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Yacht Charters, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Location de skis, Natation, Jeux d'arcade, Sports d'eau, Rafting en eau vive
Régime particulier , Végétarien
Crabe de Dungeness Benoît
Une généreuse portion de frais locaux pris le crabe dormeur est surmonté d'œufs traditionnels et hollandaise.