Finding an ideal bed and breakfast in Healy does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Alaskan Chateau B&B, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a kitchenette, bringing comfort and convenience to your visit.
While you’re here, be sure to check out 49th State Brewing Company, one of the pubs that can be found in Healy, which is a short distance from Alaskan Chateau B&B.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Holy Mary of Guadalupe Catholic Church (0.5 mi), a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Alaskan Chateau B&B.
Alaskan Chateau B&B puts the best of Healy at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We spent 2 nights, pre and post our Denali visit. Easy drive to the park and more ammenities than Healy appears to offer. We had the whole house to ourselves, no "host" on site, but caretaker greeted us and got us settled. Lots of food/snacks/coffeee available to get you going in the morning. But, what is it with fruit jello for breakfast in Alaska? We stayed in master bedroom, large bathroom and closet. Only problem was never quite getting the TV to work but we are not Direct TV experts and it did not seem worth a call to caretaker.
If you are after an experience closer to the true "Alaskan", then this is the place for you. Sure, it may not be all prim and proper, and you won't get pampered like a cruise guest, and the driveway is even gravel, but the atmosphere is very friendly, and the people much truer to the "Real" Alaska that I know. The entire experence more closely matches the Alaskan spirit than most places and Teresa can rival the best of Princess and Holland America with her advice on things to do and see.
The Chateau was referred to us by a friend. We were very happy when we pulled up and saw how quiet and wooded the area was. We loved the rustic look of the cabins. Teresa was very friendly and helpful in her suggestions of places to go and sights to see. Our room was very spacious and the breakfast items were plentiful with a variety of choices. We'll definitely recommend it to any of our friends that are traveling up in Alaska. Loved the dog!
I have stayed at the Alaskan Chateau many times with my visitors from the "lower 48 " I have stayed in four different rooms in three of the houses. I have found the accomodations to be nicely furnished and always clean . The bed linens and towels are clean and well taken care of as well. There is a TV available in each room and a nice bathroom and hot shower. The beds are very comfortable as well. The breakfast is provided in each room which has a little refrig and microwave with the food for breakfast as well as other snacks. The owner is most hospitable and solicitous for all the visitors. If you need something she will get it for you , all you have to do is ask. I have been there when she goes out of her way to assist the visitors. So I personally would highly recommend the Alaskan Chateau.…
They take your money before they show you the room, but because it's in The Rough Guide, we stupidly coughed up before we saw it. It was cramped, with a low, sloping ceiling, we had to walk about bent double. An unlocked door led to another room. We locked the door but the following day it was unlocked again, and a child wandered into our room ! We had to ask him to leave, and after that were concerned about the security of our belongings. You could either hang your clothes up or sit at the table - not both - because the clothes rail (there was no wardrobe) was directly over the table. The microwave and toaster were on the floor - we had to kneel to use them. The TV did not work most of the time. The electrics were a dodgy collection of wires behind the TV. The ceiling was so low we could not sit up in bed. The "breakfast" was instant coffee (no kettle) and packets of junk food. There was a plastic table of filthy junk outside the door of our room, sea shells, dried grass and some old plastic fabric. The blinds did not keep the light out (Alaska in June, you need good curtains against the constant light) We solved the hanging clothes problem by draping some of our clothes over the blinds to block some of the light. To be fair, the bed was comfortable and the bathroom was OK. But she already had our money - what could we do ? We'd booked and paid for 3 nights, but left after 2. The most unpleasant accommodation I have ever stayed in. We felt really gullible for allowing ourselves to be ripped off like this, and have vowed never again to pay before we see the room.…