Denali Touch Of Wilderness Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... people. All gravel roads, no picnic tables to discourage leaving food. Almost no sitting benches, no water or food vendors. So this is a hiking, biking, camping or busing park. So while we saw the great mountain, it was too sunny and warm for the rest...so no bears. We did see from afar one caribou laying next to the river, one Moose in the bushes eating. Mostly a butt view. Ptarmigan families next to the road we sighted, and got some nice pictures. In the winter ...
... send photo of was frozen just 5 weeks ago. Unbelievable with temperatures now high 70s. Such extremes to hear it varies 100 degrees farenheight from winter to summer with minus 40 in winter. You see a lot of vehicles with plugs hanging out below radiator that they are able to plug in in the winter. We are having 5am brekkie and away on ...
... was the stops for the restrooms with 50 bolts in every door and 2x4 wooden bolts to close the unisex long drops to make them bear proof. The settlers and road workers cabins put protruding nails in their doors to discourage the bears!
Wildflowers had appeared from nowhere in the last week, having a very short growing season. Today was the summer solstice with approx 20hr of daylight/twilight, a big deal around here, where seasons are so much , with more extreme.
... locals were all upset because they couldn't even get a table for coffee. The tourists took every available space to work on their computers, with no coffee.... We are now coming up for July 4, so things are pretty hectic here - lots of people on the move... From Seward we made our way to Denali National Park ( in the middle of Alaska), and on the way stopped at a quaint place (tourist trap) called Talkeetna and had a lovely time just looking at things. We ...
... was full and they were landless in their RV. Set out the next morning and met a wolf with a tracking collar on the road and passed some Caribou before setting up
camp. Once setup, one must use green buses to traverse the rest of the park. The trip to Wonder Lake is an awesome ride; the bus driver stops whenever wildlife (Dall Sheep ...
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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!
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.
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.