Aspen Haus Bed and Breakfast

18 Hematite Place, Healy, 99743, AK

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Overview

Located a mile off the Parks Highway in a secluded area near the town of Healy, the Aspen Haus B&B is surrounded by the beautiful Alaskan wilderness. The huge two-bedroom Alder cabin can sleep a family of six on two queen beds and two twin beds. It has a large dining table so everyone can pull up a chair for meals, including the free continental breakfast that is stocked in your room each night. Your cabin contains a small kitchenette, with refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker and toaster, so light meals are easy to prepare. Most of all, your family will enjoy the quiet away from the crowds that can clog up the entrance to Denali National Park.

That entrance is a short 20-minute drive to the south, where you’ll also find a wide variety of shops and restaurants. At the park’s Visitor Center, you can join a wildlife bus tour, go on a ranger-led hike, or watch a free sled dog demonstration. Your B&B hosts know the area and can recommend the best tours and activities for your family, whether it’s a rafting trip down the Nenana River, or a flight-seeing trip over a glacier. On the way back from the park, be sure to stop in at the 49th State Brewing Company in Healy for the best burgers and ribs in the area. With its warm hospitality and quiet solitude, the Aspen Haus B&B is just the place to make your Denali family vacation a memorable one.

Our Editor Loves

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Spacious two-bedroom cabin
  • Secluded wilderness

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Kitchenettes
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Great location to see Denali - Wonderful host and accommodations!

by Lisagmd1

From the first call - and many more after that due to my change in itinerary - Ted was so helpful. From recommending places to eat in Healy and his patience and flexibility when I had to change the dates of my visit due to the fires on the Kenai Peninsula. The rooms are well appointed and very comfortable. Would definitely stay here again!

Perfect Denali Stay

by citysuburb

Four of us (two adults, two teenagers) stayed in the wonderful Birch cabin for three nights. Hearty welcome from Ted, who was very responsive and friendly throughout our registration process. The cabin is much bigger than the pictures convey and was plenty of room for the four of us. Nice "kitchen" counter top with small fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee pot (and coffee, creamers, sugar, hot chocolate, tea), some dishes and some silverware (with dish soap and a clean sponge under the cabin's sink). Very comfortable two beds, big windows, dark shades and curtains (nice!!), a small table, and a nice front deck for enjoying the woods and mountain view. The cabin is very clean, with towels provided. Some trails right outside the front door. The Birch cabin appeared to be the most private in that you didn't see any other cabins or the main house from the front porch/deck. The bathroom set up: shower and toilet in one room, sink in main room. This set up worked great for the four of us. Great parking about 30 paces from the cabin. About 20 minutes from Denali entrance. Ted a wealth of information about visiting the park. Went to Rose's Cafe twice for breakfast and the Thai truck once for dinner (loved both places; great wifi at Rose's :)) Cabin is wonderfully close to Three Bears grocery store and gas station. We really liked being "just outside" the park in Healy vs. in McKinley Park at entrance of Denali. It was so quiet and peaceful there. At Rose's, we met some local teenagers and coal miners and it felt like we were in a town (which we were...). Healy is also the site of the "Into the Wild" saga of Chris McCandless - we didn't realize this until late in our stay. For those interested, you can really go down that rabbit hole in Healy. I wish we could've stayed at the Birch cabin with its amazing views, deep moss, and welcoming vibe for a lot longer. Next time!

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