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My 17 year old daughter and I stayed here two nights in August 2018. We were in Alaska for a week and in addition to being the least expensive, this was our favorite stop! We stayed on the second floor, above the restaurant. This was...More
Talkeetna was made all the more an amazing travel experience by the Roadhouse. This is quintessential Alaska - the breakfasts are HUGE. Such great food and made fresh each day! The bakery is beyond belief with so many items - they even make pasties! There...More
My wife and I stayed in the museum apartment which was separate to the Roadhouse building itself. (As a side note, the museum itself is well worth a visit !) The accommodation was self contained with everything we needed for a comfortable stay. The main...More
Room was clean and comfortable. Accommodations were just as expected but the staff went above and beyond our expectations. To truly experience Talkeetna culture, staying at the Roadhouse is a must. We only wish we had stayed an extra night. This is not a typical...More
Rustic, simple, frontier-like. We had a simple room and a shared bath on the second floor. No problems. The staff were just sooo friendly and helpful. We got sticky buns and cinnamon rolls for the next morning since we were headed out early. Delicious! We...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.