Arctic Roots Farm B&B

1293 Esro Rd, Fairbanks, 99712-3066, AK

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For one of the best out-of-the-way accommodations in the Fairbanks area, Arctic Roots Farm is a great choice. The modern log cabin comfortably sleeps a family of four on a queen bed and two twin beds. You also get a fully equipped kitchen, laundry room and beautifully furnished living room that has an old-style wood stove at its heart. You can sit out on the upstairs deck and watch for a moose or bear to wander past. A hearty homemade continental breakfast of granola, eggs and sausage casserole, fresh fruit, coffee, tea and juice is stocked in your cabin’s kitchen for you to eat at your leisure in the morning. For other meals, grocery stores and restaurants are a scenic 10-mile drive away in Fairbanks.

Arctic Roots Farm is located on 40 acres in a remote area northeast of Fairbanks. Access to the Chena River is only 6 miles away, where you can rent kayaks or fish for salmon. Also nearby is Paws for Adventure, a sled dog kennel that offers tours, sled rides and puppy hugs. Back at the farm, kids will love visiting with the farm livestock, which includes yaks, chickens, ducks, geese, sheep, rabbits horses and goats. It’s an easy drive into Fairbanks for big city attractions like the Museum of the North, Pioneer Park and the Riverboat Discovery cruise. After a day with the crowds, it will be refreshing to head back to the peace and quiet of your log cabin on the farm.

Our Editor Loves

  • Visiting the farm animals
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Upstairs deck

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Sailing
  • Skiing
  • Theme Park
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Refrigerator


Wonderful week in Alaska

by Yuti15

We had a very nice stay for a week at this property. It was very clean and comfortable, with a washing machine and dryer. The cabin was cozy and warm, and we were able to see starry skies and a moose with her baby across the field. It was a quiet stay in Alaska, yet close enough to Fairbanks to be covenient.

Wonderful Spring Break

by Karrie P

We were here March 13-15, and it was not long enough. The cabin that we stayed in was perfect. I brought my 10 year old grandson up here for his birthday because he had never seen snow. The cabin was just the right size for us. It had a great kitchen, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, fresh made granola, muffins and breakfast casserole in the refrigerator. I very nice sized bathroom and the bed was very comfortable. There is a pull out twin bed in the living room. Jim, Amanda and their daughter Kalei were wonderful, friendly and interesting to talk to. My grandson got to help Kalei with her farm chores including collecting eggs from chickens - a first for him. Then they built a snow fort and had a snowball fight. Mainly he loved jumping the three foot deep snow banks all around the property. I think I loved the total silence the most. You could look across the white snowy field toward the woods and not hear a thing. We never got to see the moose but you could that they had been there during the night. Jim and Amanda are raising Yaks, they are very gentle creatures and you can go out to their pasture and look at them and sometimes pet they, if they feel like. I will return to Fairbanks and stay at Arctic Roots again. It is so worth the eight and half hour flight from Texas.