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We loved Talkeetna Roadhouse. Of all the places we stayed in Alaska, it was our favorite. It was the perfect mix of comfort and convenience. Our private room was cozy with a very comfortable bed, showers/bathrooms just down the hall. The showers are nice and...More
This hotel is quaint, rustic and a true Alaskan experience. The rooms are small but comfortable. You share hall bathrooms (that are very clean) with other hotel guests. There are no TV's in the rooms. It is time to sit in the common areas and...More
Staying at the Roadhouse is a true Alaskan experience. The rooms all have quirks, and you share a bathroom with your hallmates, but it's a perfect place to stay.
The best part is after 10 or 11, when the bakery side of the Roadhouse closes...More
Had a short stay in the Roadhouse's off-site Trapper John's Cabin. A charming and authentic yet renovated log cabin. Within walking distance of the main street in Talkeetna, close to restaurants yet secluded and private. The cabin was spacious and well appointed, the kitchen and...More
We stayed in the apartment above the museum on 5/24/17. Very spacious with a full kitchen. It really has an Alaskan feel. There is no live TV but there are plenty of tapes and DVDs to watch. Trisha picked us up at depot and gave...More
There is on street parking throughout Talkeetna. And on two sides of the Roadhouse. It can get pretty full on a summer day and you may have to park a block,or more away. It always clears out in the evening. It is pretty... More
There is on street parking throughout Talkeetna. And on two sides of the Roadhouse. It can get pretty full on a summer day and you may have to park a block,or more away. It always clears out in the evening. It is pretty laid back and you could double park for check in.