Talkeetna Chalet Bed & Breakfast

Address: 26344 S. Wolf Track Rd, Talkeetna, Alaska, 99676, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 26344 S. Wolf Track Rd, Talkeetna, is near Talkeetna Air Taxi, K2 Aviation, Mahay's Riverboat Service - Jetboat Safari, and Talkeetna River Guides.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Talkeetna Chalet Bed & Breakfast

    Big Girls Overnight

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    What a fabulous visit! The hospitality and accommodations of the Talkeetna Chalet B & B are heads above any other B & B I've stayed at. I felt as if I were at an exclusive inn rather than a b & b. From the robes & slippers to the food, to the service, we were pampered and spoiled. Highly recommended. The views of Denali from the living room and the northern lights were added treats!

    Great Get-away!

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    This was our first time at a B&B and will have VERY high standards for the next one! Talkeetna Chalet is a great place for a relaxing winter weekend in Alaska. Owner Rachel Syverson was a wonderful host and the B&B is beautiful. Waking up to an amazing view of Denali, relaxing in the hot tub, great homemade breakfast, and enjoying the immaculate Denali room made our stay so enjoyable. (Very romantic)!

    Marvelous B&B

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    We recently planned a women's weekend and were most fortunate to choose the Talkeetna Chalet B&B. From the moment we got there, Rachel made us feel right at home. The rooms are large and comfortable with many lovely touches. The sunroom was a great place to hang out and relax. I am only sorry we couldn't have stayed longer. Hopefully we will all be able to get together there next year. Can't wait for another delicious breakfast!!

    Wonderful

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    We spent only a weekend here, but wish it had been longer. The location, food and lodging were top notch and more! I would HIGHLY recommend a visit here for as long as you can stay. The rooms are spacious, and clean, the hot tub was so relaxing, and if that wasn't enough we were able to arrange massages for all who desired. I can't say enough to praise Rachel for her efforts!

    Luxurious retreat

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    Luxury in the middle of mountain splendor, warm hospitality and Alaskan ambience made this a memorable weekend. Lattes, in-room snacks and refrigerators, a comfortable sunroom for reading, a serene setting for hiking, sledding, skiing or just plain soaking in the scenery!!!-it was a fabulously relaxing weekend that was truly a memory-maker.

    Best B and B in Alaska

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    We tried the Talkeetna Chalet on the recommendation of a local and found it to be a five star experience. Our hostess, Rachel Syverson, is not only a wonderful hostess, she is a very talented decorator as well as a marvelous cook. Our room was beautifully appointed and very comfortable and the bath included a spa tub. We had a great evening watching her husband Greg's grizzly bear video (he is a nature videographer but was absent on a work assignment) and then enjoyed a wonderful salmon quiche the next morning! Thoroughly enjoyable at a great price. We look forward to returning.

    This is the one!!

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    I recently had the pleasure of my first trip to Alaska and the great fortune of booking a two night stay at the Chalet. I would recommend this place to anyone! Rachel made us feel right at home from the moment we arrived. The house is beautiful, the food terrific, the hot tub was perfect and the views are spectacular.

    We stayed at a few other places in Alaska but this is one we remember and talk about returning to as soon as we can.

    Thanks to Rachel and Sarah for such a memorable stay

    This really is the best

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    This really is the best place you might ever stay, they have thought of everything. We were there for 2 nights October 20th and 21st, we had our 15 year old daughter with us so we stayed in 2 rooms that share a bath our room was very spacious with a queen size bed and a futon, our daughters room had 2 twin beds both rooms had a coffee maker and small fridge. rooms were well decorated, even fresh flowers in October. Breakfast was a feast, we didn't need lunch after that. The hot tub was real nice open when ever you want. And then there is Sarah she is 15 going on 3 what a great kid. Any one that's going to be in the area this is the place to stay.

    The best B&B we've stayed in. We loved it!

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    We've stayed at many B&Bs and this one is the best to date. Excellent accommodations and a warm and friendly hostess. We stayed in the Denali room which was very comfortable and has it's own bathroom. The breakfasts were outstanding and the atmosphere is very relaxing and enjoyable. The hot tub was an added bonus we thoroughly enjoyed. We plan on going back this winter.

    Great stay at the Chalet

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    We spent two nights here (Jul 5-7, 2004) and had a wonderful time. From the time they picked us up at the train station to the time they dropped us off again, Rachel and Greg were great. Rachel was very accommodating about our time requirements for breakfast and they were especially considerate about transporting us into town and back (even for our 6:45 am flight into Denali). The room (queen with private bath) was very clean and comfortable and the bathroom was spacious (especially after having recently left a cruise ship) with a Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. High-speed internet is available and proved to be very handy. Rachel was thoughtful enough to mail back some things that I had forgotten at the Chalet without me having to ask. We highly recommend staying here - you won't be disappointed.

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    Travel Blogs from Talkeetna

    Starting To Feel Like An Alaskan!

    A travel blog entry by liebling on May 24, 2015

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    ... for the night. Every table was full of people & was told that you just grab any seat. Saw that a table had 3 chairs available & grabbed them. Ok, this was going to be different, dining was family style & with strangers. Not a time for social anxiety!

    We sat with Andrew & Jennifer who were a young couple from Los Angeles, in Alaska for summer work at Mt. McKinley Lodge. Next to Amelia was Chad, a single young man who ...

    Up The Parks Highway We Go.

    A travel blog entry by dixiej on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... sky. As quickly as it moves in, it moves out, with little bursts of aurora activity. After some time of waiting in anticipation, we went into the warming cabin for a bit. It was getting close to 1:00 AM, I had been up for almost 24 hours and Kim, well, she was probably going on somewhere near 40 hours with 2 hours of sleep on an airport bench. Time to call it.

    As we went outside to grab our cameras, yep, you guessed it. ...

    On the (rail)road to Denali

    A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... thrilled at the possibility of clean clothes (we have used all our socks and jumpers whilst shorts and sandals have stayed firmly in the case). I am also enjoying freedom from tour groups. When a group from the cruises arrive at our hotel wearing their names on placards around their necks I sigh with relief that I am not with them. This evening we have dinner talking about family stuff rather than making small talk. Best meal ...

    Jet Boat to Devil's Canyon

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... summer and a snowboard instructor in the winter. It was an easy ride back to the confluence of the rivers. We stopped midway for a nature hike to a miner's cabin and an Athabascan fish camp. I admit, I was a little concerned when our guide hefted a shot gun over her shoulder because there had been recent bear sightings. She, too, was very knowledgeable of the plants, animals and history of the area. As a recent graduate of the Talkeetna school, ...

    Eventually everyone needs a day off

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 11, 2014

    ... no parking in town, Tom drove back to the viewpoint while Sue and the kids explored town. There they learned about an awesome community playground. The sign at the playground said "once there was a community that wished their was a playground so they came together and built one in 5 days."

    With the kids having a blast and making friends and there being virtually no chance of ...