Denali Touch Of Wilderness Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 2.9 Mile Stampede Rd, Healy, Alaska, 99743, United States | B&B
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Denali Touch Of Wilderness Bed and Breakfast Inn Healy

          Best of six B&Bs


          Stayed at six of the best places we could find in the $100 range first two weeks of September at various locations in Alaska. We definitely felt most comfortable here. Barb is down-to-earth and welcoming, rooms (we were in two -- we had to switch) were both comfortable with excellent beds, breakfasts were well done. Would definitely stay here again.

          A Touch of Home


          A Touch of Wilderness was absolutely fantastic. It was also A Touch of Home and A Touch of Class. Barb, was gracious, hospitable and seemed more like an aquaintance. Our room was was decorated nicely and it was impeccibly clean! The common rooms were cozy and the view was outstanding. The only thing that would have made our stay better would have been to stay longer!

          Great Bed and Breakfast


          The people were very nice, the rooms were great, the location was great and I will definately stay there when I return to Danali again.

          Nice and Quiet at Touch of Wilderness


          After looking at the options for B&B's near Denali, this one stood out. We weren't too sure though when we started back the road to the inn. Touch of Wilderness is a great name for this place. It's close to civilization yet far enough away to enjoy nature. The hot tub was an unexpected pleasure, listening to the quiet. The rooms are just the right size and the beds were very comfortable. Plus, Barb made us breakfast to take along the next day since we had to catch a tour of Denali by 5:45 AM.

          Definitely recommend the place, we'll remember it should our paths veer this way again.

          Incredible Scenery, Location and B & B


          Amazing location. Our room was beautiful and private. We had a seperate outside entrance to our room. The guest areas are large and spacious and include a computer with interent, tv, radios, movies etc.... Breakfast the next day was very good and filling. Lots to choose from. It was nice to be pampered after spending 8 hours at Denali National Park in the rain.

          Nice get-away north of the Denali Park


          What a great place to stay! It is out of the tourist area - quite remote,but only 20 min. from the Denali entrance into the park.

          There are a number of bedrooms with many areas to relax. Breakfast is served from 8:00-9:00 each morning. We had some halibut to cook, so we grilled one evening and had our dinner there. Barbara is very accommodating and helpful!

          Beautiful & gentle with warm hearts


          If you like to stay at a B&B with well but warmly designed house owned by very gentle and elegantly speaking lady and if you want to have breakfast with a variety of choice from warm waffle to several fresh juices, you have to consider seriously this B&B.

          We flew to here from Japan thru Seattle.

          It means it was so long trip and it made us so tired out. But due to this B&B we were so nicely refreshed.

          It is not only from the reason that my wife loves to paint and enjoys arts but also that I love beautiful house architectures, this B&B is very much designed in detail with old American beautiful country house.

          The owner the designer who is also a gently speaking lady loving cooking and arts. Many guests can enjoy their own way here. Some enjoy a beautiful house and its facilities including the outdoor Jacuzzi like us and some can watch video movies in its hundreds of stocks, some can enjoy a high grade hotel breakfast with mountain view wide spread long window. We recommend this B&B to you all with confidence.

          Touch of Wilderness is Great


          Our second trip there. First time was 2003. A great spot to visit Denali. Barb makes you feel right at home and the breakfasts are wonderful. Considering Denali prices this is one of the bargains, yet it is a true 4 star place. We would recommend it to anyone.

          Truely a touch of wilderness. Queen bed, private bathroom, moose included.


          Touch of wilderness is more "Inn" than "B&B," but that certainly doesn't take away from the place. We were greeted with a moose mommy and her calf in the parking area! The breakfast was quite good, thou I prefer my wife's eggs benedict over theirs. They were quite accomidating with a to-go breakfast for us to get to Denail National Park early, and the room was very nice and quiet.

          Clean, comfortable rooms, great breakfast.


          A very nice B&B, 20 minutes North of Denali National Park. Delicious full breakfast with a lovely view of the mountains. On our visit we watched a moose graze in the backyard. Spacious and well-furnished common areas w/ a hottub on the rear deck. Our room was clean and comfortable. $115 to $140 per night in season. This is a great alternative to the overpriced lodges clustered at the park entrance.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Denali Touch Of Wilderness Bed and Breakfast Inn Healy

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Healy

          Day 41 Angel Rocks

          A travel blog entry by jennieanddavid on Aug 22, 2015

          3 photos

          ... rather pleased with this paragraph, as I feel it is out of character for me to notice these things. Fungi has never been high on my list of interests, to be honest. Whatever next, I ask myself?) This great achievement of a hike ( Jennie's foot and lungs coped well ) was rewarded by a hot relaxing soak in the geothermal pools, which meant we recalled similar experiences in Iceland. Rain had come on as ...

          Deep in the Wilds of Denali

          A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 13, 2015

          58 photos

          ... floor from its apparently insecure position in the overhead storage.

          Moving deeper into the park, we begin to climb, gaining elevation quickly through Sable Pass. The landscape changes. The mountains become more rugged and barren, red rock and dirt. We leave the tree line behind us. Short green brush that look like a short green carpet rises up to meet the red rock peaks. This is grizzly bear country, and we want to see a grizzly; just not too close.

          Just after ...

          Day 11: Denali National Park day 4

          A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jun 07, 2015

          4 photos

          ... the mountain, and hit the road back to camp in hopes of seeing more wildlife. We definitely saw more exciting wildlife on the way back. The caribou had moved closer to the road so we were able to take better pictures. The grizzly bear was rolling around on his back while napping, and the wolf ran down the mountain through a snow patch to eat some more caribou. All of this made ...


          A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 06, 2014

          3 comments, 55 photos

          ... a wander and seeing the hot springs (wish we had bought our bathers). The accommodation is in little cottages or rooms and there is veggie gardens everywhere obviously providing for the restaurants. There seemed to be lots of tour groups but also day visitors like us, using the facilities.

          Back on the road and we encountered our first petrol fill up mistake. Kevin didn't know you had to pay before you fill, and I didn't know that while I was standing waiting to pay, nothing ...

          And Now There are Six

          A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 05, 2014

          6 photos

          ... is rough and stiff riding, until weighted down, then the ride seems to smooth out. Gorda seems to handle the weight better than the driver. The shock holds up nicely.

          We arrive at our destination, town of Healy, population ca. 900, mid-afternoon. We have rooms in the White Moose Lodge, where we unload the bikes, grab sandwiches from a local deli for our early-morning bus tour into Denali, and head to dinner at the 49th State brewery, a local favorite.