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Our hosts were very warm and welcoming. They made sure we were comfortable in our cozy section of the well-located and tastefully appointed house. It was reassuring to know the parameters of the house and other guests' needs. Our room was warm and inviting as...More
We stayed there one night and it was most refreshing time after long travelling. Beautiful area, house is absolutely stylish, both hosts are very nice and friendly. Awesome breakfast. And the beds were so good, that it was hard to get up. Thanks.More
Date of stay: October 2018
Response from Larry M, Owner at Wildflower InnResponded 16 October 2018
Thank you for the kind comments. As we have moved into the off season we have had some wonderful guests, you included. We have also had wonderful guests at the peak of season, too,but now that we are not as busy, it's great to hear...More
Great location for all we wanted to see in Anchorage. Hosts were fantastic - met us on our late arrival and provided a breakfast carryout for our earlier morning departure. A very relaxed and comfortable place to stay. A very nice selection for breakfast and...More
We were royally treated and enjoyed a seven-night stay very much. Location is primo for downtown and for getting out of town and to the airport. Breakfast was wonderful---luxurious European-style continental. Beds and baths very comfortable. Gracious, converted duplex. Grocery store/deli across the street; very...More
We were scheduled to stay at Wildflower Inn near the end of our Alaska trip this summer. Unfortunately, my Mother's heath declined rapidly and we had to cut our trip short, arriving home shortly before she died. We had to cancel several reservations to get...More
I don't think the Wildflower owners see/answer questions here. But I found them to be extremely responsive when I filled out the reservation form on their website. (I would post the URL here, but TripAdvisor doesn't permit... More
I don't think the Wildflower owners see/answer questions here. But I found them to be extremely responsive when I filled out the reservation form on their website. (I would post the URL here, but TripAdvisor doesn't permit URLs in these answers.)
Hi We stayed in July 14 and stayed 1 night then 2 nights then 1 night during an 18 day trip from Kenai to Denali. We stayed in the Wild Iris room in the basement which still has windows and has a shower toilet and spa. Not... More
Hi We stayed in July 14 and stayed 1 night then 2 nights then 1 night during an 18 day trip from Kenai to Denali. We stayed in the Wild Iris room in the basement which still has windows and has a shower toilet and spa. Not sure how many rooms in total but there at least 2 upstairs. Larry and Allen are very good hosts and answered my emails promptly. I booked off the internet no problems but I had not realised that they owned another property at the time which I assume is managed just as well. The garden rooms etc are presented very well and immaculately clean. There is a cooked breakfast every day which is varied daily and very good. The property is about a 10min pleasant walk to town which we did each day although we had a car. There is an excellent supermarket across the street, although it does not look very good from the outside. There is off street parking. I don't often stay at B&Bs but I enjoyed this one and would stay again.