Girdwood Bed and Breakfast

Let us be the headquarters for your Alaskan Adventure.

The Carriage House Bed & Breakfast / Suite is located in the pristine Girdwood Valley, just 35 miles south of Anchorage, at the gateway to the Kenai Peninsula and the Prince William Sound. This beautiful timber-frame Inn is quietly set among the spruce and hemlock trees, along California creek, on the edge of the Chugach National Forest, conveniently located just across the street from Alaska's famous Double Musky Restaurant, and one mile from Alyeska Ski Resort, on the Girdwood Shuttle Route.

With the close proximity to Anchorage, and the Kenai Peninsula, the Carriage House is perfectly situated as your "home away from home" while you experience all South-Central Alaska has to offer. Girdwood is considered by many to be one of the most scenic areas of Alaska, and certainly offers the most abundant and versatile adventure that can only be experienced if ample time is allowed. So plan several days to experience all this scenic, adventurous and historic town has to offer. Click here for some ideas of what to do while you are visiting.

We look forward to meeting you!
Your Hosts: Rachel & Jake


Trip Advisor

Member of the Girdwood Chamber of Commerce
Member of the Bed & Breakfast Association of Alaska
Member of the Alyeska/Girdwood Accommodations Association

News and Events

New this Year!

29 March 2015

Craftsman and Innkeeper Jake Thompson has been working hard all winter on 3 new craftsman style private nightly rental units set to open in July. These are not advertised yet, so call if you are interested.

Also new this year is a beautiful timber frame gazebo and hot tub, fire pit and outdoor games.

Come stay several days to enjoy these great amenities along with all this beautiful Valley of Girdwood has to offer...and more activities are just a short drive away on the Kenai Peninsula.

Posted at 11:13 in News

Summers on its way...

29 March 2015

Summer should come early this year, with not much of a winter...sorry East Coast, but thank you for giving Alaskans a break from winter =).

So you probably wont have to wait until June to experience Summer, the flowers should be popping up any day!!!

Posted at 11:07 in News