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This log house in Gustavus, Alaska is 0.3 miles to Wild Alaska Charters. A daily hot breakfast is available and uniquely decorated guest rooms feature hardwood floors. Shared bathroom facilities are available for all guest rooms at Wild Alaska Inn. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms. Guests can relax on the wooden terrace at Alaska Wild Inn. Laundry facilities are also on site. Being the closest bed and breakfast from Glacier Bay National Park, many outdoor adventures can be arranged through the property. An Alaskan breakfast with pancakes, eggs, and potatoes is offered. Dinner options are available. Mt. Fairweather Golf Course is 3 miles away. Sea Wolf Adventures, Inc. is 6 miles from the property. Guests are within walking distance to fishing and other outdoor activities.
Pros: The breakfast were wonderful and the host and hostess are so helpful.
Pros: Our host, Ela, was very nice and helpful. She picked us up from the ferry without charge. Also, they had bikes that we could use.
Cons: Location... a couple miles from nearest restaurant... however, we could borrow bikes for free and she would have given us a ride (for a fee). That being said, very few choices in Gustavus, so not a bad location, all things considered.
Pros: Made to order. As much as we wanted.
Pros: Great location. Friendly and welcoming hosts. Yummy food. Great eating altogether, sharing ideas, information and stories.
Pros: Gracious and experienced hosts. The historic Gold Rush cabin I stayed in was phenomenal for a true Yukon experience plus went hiking with a local guide to Samuel Glacier and saw a grizzly. Meals were mostly organic and excellent and varied dishes. Truly a gem in the Yukon wilderness.
Pros: A true Alaska experience. Quiet and secluded but free access to bikes so you can go anywhere. Delicious meals provided. Jan and Ella were wonderful hosts.
Pros: Homemade Blueberry crepes for breakfast and a very welcoming environment. The property had many personal touches that’s work as great conversation starters with the host/owner.
Cons: This location is a little but far from the docks compared to some other sites in Gustavus. But no more than a 20 minute car ride.
Cons: The place is nice but the owner named Jan provided us diner consisted of a salad ball divided by six people who were sitting on the table, six slices of bread for six people, 70grms of fish and 150 grms of rice for each and a desert served in a shot glass and charged us 40 $ each this was a RIP OFF. When we complained for this rip off was RUDE and suggested us to not visit again Gustavus.Addition to that he didn't provided us a receipt for the dinner .To make sure that we are going dine there HE LIED to us telling that the grocery shop would be empty of food but we visit the store and it was full. Very BAD BEHAVIOUR BY THE OWNER NAMED JAN .
Pros: Wonderful, hard working folks, eager to share knowledge of the area, available to transport (free to and from boat and airport; reasonable charge elsewhere considering the cost of gas and vehicles), comfortable rooms and beds, loaner bikes free of charge. Not a 5 star hotel; superb for travelers who want a real life experience at a fair price.
Pros: Lovely hosts and beautiful home in the middle of gorgeous rainforest. The rooms were super cosy and breakfast was yummy. Wild Alaska is a great jumping off point for Glacier Bay, just wish I had stayed longer to enjoy more of Gustavus. If you have time, don’t miss a chance to bike around to recommended spots — the 1957 airplane crash site trail is truly a hidden treasure. Dziekuje!!
With a stay at Glacier Bay Country Inn in Gustavus, you'll be steps from Glacier Bay and a 5-minute drive from 1957 Gustavus Plane Crash Site. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, laundry facilities, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
This lovely hotel is in Juneau. The property comprises a total of 48 snug guests rooms. This is not a pet-friendly accommodation.
Pros: Location is in in the forest, yet at the shore. Beautiful views. The desk help, transfer drivers and entire staff is exceptional. You won’t be disappointed. Be sure and take the Glacier Bay Tour.
Cons: Price is high for basic smaller room but it is the only lodging in this national park so.... Still it is more reasonable compared to other national park lodges.
Pros: Shuttle bus waiting fir us at the airport and very quick efficient check in on arrival. Very tranquil as the rooms were set amongst the trees. A quick walk to the Glacier boat.
Pros: Natural setting. Love wood.
Pros: The location.
Cons: outside of restaurant no possibility to buy supplies. My wife and I would have liked to be able to drink a glas of wine in our room. There was no organized regular transport to town to get supplies. The long days could not be used.
Pros: Staying on park property is great. Cabins were a nice change from the usual hotel rooms.
Cons: Cabins were dark and could use brighter lamps. Only available food is from the single restaurant. It would be nice to have other options.
Pros: Every meal was delicious, staff was great, but most of all, the design of the lodge is elegantly simple, tasteful, perfectly suited to the environment of such extraordinary beauty - don't change a thing. This place is truly a classic.
Pros: The lodge staff was extremely organized and super welcoming.
Pros: Comfortable room and bathroom. Pleasant staff. Beautiful environs.
Cons: Restaurant - food was very poor. We had to send a meal back and we’ve never had to do this before.
Pros: Location and very friendly helpful staff Restaurant fare was quite good
Located in Gustavus, The Annie Mae Lodge is on the waterfront, a 1-minute drive from Glacier Bay and 7 minutes from Nagoon Berry Trail. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Gustavus is not really a "town". There's a low key restaurant and a cafe about three miles from the inn, and staff were exceptionally accommodating,taking us anywhere we needed to go. We went to the restaurant for dinner (could have had dinner at the inn), and we were picked up at the airport, and taken to Glacier Bay Lodge where we stayed the next night. We took a lovely walk to the beach area (wear the muck boots!) and there are bikes for rent. Lovely inn, lovely room.
Cons: We had one of the inside rooms, and it was right above the dining area. So the sound from downstairs woke us up really early, as voices very much carried. It would be ok, but maybe a warning would help so we could expect this, or a notice to patrons so they can be aware that guests are sleeping right above them. It was minor issue compared to the really lovely stay, but should be aware.
Pros: The property was beautiful, and the shuttle drivers were super friendly, outgoing young women. Our room (Room on Deck with Private Bath $239) was average size and full of beds (king and two twins) with a gorgeous view. The "deck" is really a walkway, not somewhere you can sit and relax outside your room.
Cons: From our experience, we don't recommend eating at the lodge. According to the website and a separate email, we were told for $50 per person, we would "feast on a delicious dinner of home-baked goods and your choice of traditional fare or local Alaskan seafood!" Instead, there was one choice: black bean soup, two pieces of a shrimp quesadilla, a mini beef burrito (chimichanga?) and a little round cheesecake for dessert. Besides Mexican food being an odd choice for the 4th of July, it definitely was not the dinner we expected. The next morning, my husband and I both ordered scrambled eggs with bacon and toast for the included breakfast. We were brought a serving of eggs, 3 slices of bacon, two pieces of toast...and an extra small plate so we could share the food!?! A little bizarre.
Pros: The breakfast was excellent. The location is perfect.
Cons: Everything was wonderful. I enjoyed the remoteness and the accommodations that the Lodge provided. This was a very unique experience.
Cons: The dinner for $50.00 was not worth it. Raw fish, tough meat.
Pros: The staff were very helpful in shuttling us to work and the airport since we did not have a car, and it was much appreciated. We had a great wildlife sighting of a bear breaking down one of their trees.
Pros: The location was superlative. The service was customized to meet our needs including shuttle rides from the ferry to the inn, a shuttle ride to the airfield when we left and a shuttle ride to and from the park.
Pros: I love the charm of this lodge. The staff were amazing and the location was breathtaking.
Cons: The Wifi was in and out and as I was traveling for business it made working difficult.
Pros: Breakfast basic but good. View great and location good. Free-roaming horses a plus. Nice salon/gathering room.
Cons: Recommended beach hard to find. Signs? Dinner $50 per person, a bit steep.
Pros: Staff friendly and provided transportation to and from airport, Park, activities and shopping. Raincoats, boots and bear spray provided. Continental breakfast with homemade breads.
Cons: No cell service, wifi has limited capacity buy it's a rural community with low bandwidth so go enjoy the wilderness.
Pros: The whole staff was amazingly friendly and great to communicate with. The flank steak for dinner was outstanding. Green curry halibut looked amazing.