Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast is a great venue whether you are considering a romantic weekend getaway, experiencing one of our fun cooking class weekends, holding a wedding weekend surrounded by family and friends, hosting your favorite organization’s fundraiser, having a meeting in a unique location, or planning an anniversary or birthday party. If you are considering booking your holiday or special occasion at our B&B cabin read some reviews from happy people who had the pleasure to be our guests.
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I stayed in the King Studio; it was great! The room also holds a full couch/bed, so a family of four could be comfortable in the room. The cupboards and refrigerator were well-stocked so that I could choose what I wanted for breakfast. a variety of muffins and bagels, two types of cereal, eggs, milk and orange juice. The coffee pot was ready to push the button! The hosts placed a lot of tourist-type pamphlets in the room and they would have been welcomed by those who were trying to decide how to spend time in the area. The bathroom was downstairs, but private and well-stocked. The laundry was in the same building, in another entrance. I didn't check it out. Raspberries were growing thick on the property. Told I could pick and eat freely, I really enjoyed the rare Alaskan treat! Airport pick-up and delivery is very important to me. I appreciated the personal touch! Al and Verna were excellent hosts. I enjoyed them both!
Hidden gem in Fairbanks. After staying in several over priced mediocre hotels I found this wonderful guest house. The place is spotlessly clean, the hosts are really welcoming and helpful and the value is amazing. I would recommend this place without hesitation and I will definitely be back! Thanks for restoring my faith in Alaskan hospitality.
Wonderful place. Close to town and the hosts couldn't have been more delightful. If I am ever back in Fairbanks, I will surely choose this couple. They couldn't have been more helpful. The host had a cameo appearance on an Alaskan Pipeline video that played on PBS. It was great fun to see him and then discuss his pipeline experience.
Last summer while R-ving around Alaska it became apparent that I needed some R and R from my cramped RV. I just happened to be driving down Badger Street in Fairbanks when this very Alaskan looking log cabin with a B & B sign hung off a great flower covered deck. It looked like a fabulous place and quite Alaskan. I checked in with Al and Verna who were so friendly and fun that I knew I was home. However, they told me they were "full" except for a loft with a porta potty. Al said he would empty it if I persisted in staying. I did and he did! The loft was clean with fresh linens daily. The food was extra good and more than enough so I only had to eat breakfast the entire day, saving me money. After three days a room opened up in the main lodge which was offered to me by Verna. She said it had a "real" bathroom and I moved over. It was fabulous. It was clean and roomy with free WiFi and laundry. The best part was the fun and knowledge these two had about Alaska and life and their willingness to share. I discovered later that their prices were more fair than other local B and B's. This place is the greatest with the greatest hosts in the US. I would recommend my 93 year old mother to try this unique, clean, inexpensive B & B with two great Alaskans who truly love the North Country and love to share it with guests.
My husband and I can't say enough about the wonderful stay we had with Allen and Verna Fleming at the Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast. We arrived on a motorcycle after calling the B&B from the Fairbanks Visitor's Center. The Visitor's Center was very complementary regarding this specific B&B and since we had no advanced reservations we were very lucky that they were able to accommodate us. We were given the loft for one night before moving into the main house for our stay of over five days. The loft was comfortable and more that met our needs. Allen is so knowledgeable about the surrounding areas that we just relied on his expertise to direct us to the best sights. He was helpful beyond our expectations. Verna's breakfasts were varied and plentiful. Our room and the house as a whole was spotless. We will definitely return to stay at the Downtown Log Cabin B&B the next time we are in Fairbanks, Alaska.