Alyeska Winner Creek Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Alyeska Winner Creek Bed and Breakfast Girdwood
Travel Blogs from Girdwood
... although it wouldn't if the queues were too long and you'd have to wait another hour. We were worried we might have missed the return opening as when we passed the railway station the train had arrived and all the passengers were streaming off, across the crossing straight to the cruise ship without allowing any cars through. They all had wind jackets with their names embroidered on it!
We had lunch overlooking Portage Lake and then headed to the Alaskan ...
... room looking out at the snowcapped mountains and the setting sun is streaming in. Sunset is 11:28pm!! I also went to a late show where some of the ‘back of house’ crew performed. ie a masseuse sang, also the pizza cook sang, the on-board carpenter played guitar and sang, the engine room guy played the drums, another did a piano solo. It was like watching 'Cruise ships Got Talent'. Anyway great ...
... so Paul drove us further down Alyeska Highway to a gas station. Very appreciative of his service to us we told him we would make sure we gave him a glowing review. He was interesting to talk to as well. He had just come up in the Spring with a friend to work for the summer, but has decided to stay in Alaska permenantly. He is one of several guides we have met this summer - college age, who come here to work. Both boys have decided that that is their new goal. Cole ...
... of Kenai...wow...it is obvious that it's a big oil company town. Multilane, nicely paved real highways, new schools, lots of parks, and big box stores. Everything perfectly manicured. Not like the other small fishing villages we had visited with a layer of rust and rundown everything. The cliff of the White Beluga Overlook was the perfect place to watch the salmon run as the fish left the Cook Inlet for ...
... off of the mountain...not feeling 100% safe here with visions of mudslides and the Night of Terror campground we saw in Montana. We walked in the cold wetness to the Arbor Inn for fish dinner. The fish was good and we ran in to some folks who were also in the area on vacation. We compared notes of where we had been and what we had done so far. I had planned on walking around in the cute harbor shops but there weren't ...
Other places to stay in Girdwood
388 Crow Creek Road, Girdwood | B&Bfrom $100
923 Timberline Drive, Girdwood | B&Bfrom $160
Timberline Road, Girdwood | B&Bfrom $95
127 Cortina Rd, Girdwood | B&Bfrom $115
Girdwood | B&Bfrom $90
739 Vail Drive, Girdwood | B&Bfrom $197