Denali Primrose Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free parking
Photos of Denali Primrose Bed & Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Denali Primrose Bed & Breakfast Healy
Travel Blogs from Healy
... we can travel, due to recent flood damage. We encounter no construction traffic, and enter the park around 6:30. We enter the Park's Wilderness Access Center to pick up our tickets, and wait for the bus while sipping a warm latte and taking in the Park exhibits, particularly the maps.
We board the bus, a school bus, promptly at 7:15. Carolyn prods me to point out Park Headquarters as we pass, and talk about ...
... of him doing well.
Stubbs (cat) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Around two hours later we arrived in Healy, where we will be staying for three nights at the Park's Edge Cabins.
Park's Edge Log Cabin Accommdations near Denali National Park in Alaska, Value lodging in the Alaska Interior
... in their hotel rooms and it felt amazing to get a nice hot shower. We went for some great hot wings and food in Humpy's then visited the gift shops and had a wonder around the town. We then went back to the hotel and said our final goodbyes and we got our taxi to the airport at about 11pm. Our flight to Seattle was 2.45am so we had a long night ahead of us. We were sad after the goodbyes but excited to get to explore Seattle for a few ...
After a bit of a sleep in to enjoy the luxury of a real bed before I have some more time in the tent I packed up and headed south from Fairbanks towards the Denali National Park. I stopped for a late breakfast at a small town called Nenana which strangely enough sits on the Nenana river. Although the majority of the shops had either closed down or did not appear open, I found an interesting little place that just happened ...
Stopped to get a few supplies and on to Denali. Staying in the park for two nights. Crockpot Lasanga was a delicious meal. Found out only about 30% of the visitors actually get to see Denali or Mt. McKinley. We hope to on our tour tomorrow. They claim you have a better chance to see a Bear than the ...