This is a lovely place to stay if you find yourself in the Wasilla area. Very comfortable beds, well equipped kitchen and nice view from the cabin. Will definitely stay there again while visiting family in Wasilla!
Traveller from Oregon Coast
Situated in the mountains, this cabin is within 9 mi (15 km) of Dorothy G. Page Museum, Iditarod Trail Headquarters, and …More
This was our first "cabin" stay in Alaska & we thoroughly enjoyed it. Host was gracious, cabin was cute & well appointed. Loved having a access to coffee & little breakfast in our snug cabin in the morning. Close proximity to Hatcher Pass. Perfect way to start our 3 weeks in Alaska!
Traveller from Iowa
Situated in the mountains, this bed & breakfast is within 12 mi (20 km) of Musk Ox Farm, Palmer Visitor Information Center …More
Palmer sits on the banks of the Matanuska River, 42 miles northeast of Anchorage. Although primarily a commuter community, the area has an agricultural heritage dating back to the New Deal and the founding of the Matanuska Colony. Palmer is perhaps best known as host to the Alaska State Fair, which is in turn famous for breaking word records in growing vegetables that are truly enormous.