Alaska October 16, 2017
This Lodge Nestled In The Woods In Alaska Is Straight Out Of A Fairytale
In the birch and spruce forest outside Fairbanks lies the gorgeous A Taste of Alaska Lodge. Just fifteen minutes outside Fairbanks proper, the lodge is on the site of a traditional Alaskan homestead founded in 1947. The idyllic spot in the Tanana Valley is a carved out of 280 acres of forested wilderness. Head here for a weekend away, an extended stay, an aurora hunting mission, or host a special event in this storybook locale.
Map to A Taste of Alaska Lodge here.
A Taste of Alaska Lodge is a short drive from downtown Fairbanks, but the secluded homestead feels like it is a million miles away from town.
The Eberhardt family has lived at the A Taste of Alaska Lodge for three generations and have welcomed visitors to share their slice of heaven since the 1990's.
Stay here for a peek into the lifestyle of a homestead in the Alaskan wilderness. Hiking and walking trails lace the property for afternoon strolls.
They have a variety of rooms and suites available to rent including a suite accessible for everyone. Stay here for access to the views of mountains and wilderness with the comfort of modern conveniences.
Taste of Alaska Lodge offers breakfasts for all guests and dinner by request. You can arrange to dine any time with advance reservations, as well as booking the lodge for special events.
A standard feature of the Alaskan homestead is a large vegetable garden that provides fresh food in the summer and canned vegetables for the winter. Garden fresh produce from the property are used when in season.
Alaskan seafood is usually on the menu. Halibut, salmon, and shrimp are certainly a taste of Alaska.
One of the specials is a plated halibut dinner with a side of rosemary potatoes and asparagus.
Alaskan blueberries over cheesecake are a year round treat. Wild Alaskan blueberries are abundant in the area in the late summer.
Visitors will get a spectacular view of Alaska’s natural beauty, including the northern lights from October through April. Snowshoeing, dog-mushing and skiing are popular with visitors in the winter months.
Visit A Taste of Alaska Lodge for a something different while visiting the interior. A stay at this fairytale spot is a wonderful way to experience the beauty of Alaska.
Learn more about
A Taste of Alaska Lodge here.
If you are looking for a place to dine in the area, try
This Elegant Restaurant In Alaska Is A Wine Lover’s Dream or Here’s Why The Thai Food Capital Of The World Is Actually In Alaska.
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