We spent two nights at Bud and Carol’s B & B. We used this B & B as our home base for the Phillip’s 26 Glacier Cruise out of Whittier. We had the larger of their two rooms, the Alberg Room which had a queen bed and a single twin for our grandson.
The place was spotless. Apparently they designed and built their home as a B & B as they live upstairs.
The two rooms share a large kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, oven, and dishwasher. Bud and Carol are a very pleasant couple. And if skiing is your game, talk with Bud about his Senior Skiing accomplishments.
Our bedroom had three screened windows. The small window by the sink just had a thin Venetian blind that did practically nothing to keep out the incessant Alaska sunlight. At this time of the year, the sun sets about midnight. The other windows had heavy blinds that fitted the inside window frames but the sunlight was very intense around all the edges. It literally glowed. We wished that the windows had been totally covered beyond the frames to really darken the room. The window by the sink needs the same treatment. Luckily, we all had our eye blinders.
Breakfast consisted of hardboiled eggs, cheese, cereals, instant oatmeal, orange juice, coffee and a single loaf of homemade warm bread. All these items are left for the guests and it is self-service. We enjoyed having this kitchen as we could fix a cup of tea or coffee any time of day and we brought in dinner one night and had it at the table.
We could easily hear the arrival of the other room’s occupants and since our room was right next to the kitchen, it would be possible to hear people talking in the kitchen.
Bottom line---if money isn’t a big problem, we would recommend renting out both rooms and thus really providing total privacy. This would also be a great place to share with another couple who like to ski as the ski area is very close by.