Alaska's Capital Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Your stay with us will be a true bed and breakfast experience. The aroma of fresh roasted coffee announces breakfast, a multi-course affair, served in the formal dining room amidst rays of the morning sun. The menu may include sautéed apples in a hot cinnamon sauce or fresh local raspberries and cream. From the bedside diaries, guests' favorite entrées are the dungeness crab Eggs Benedict on home baked rolls, or the lemon soufflé hotcakes and thick cut smoked ham. Linger and enjoy coffee and conversation in an unrushed atmosphere, sharing plans or recounting the previous day's adventures.
Modern conveniences merge with the nostalgic ambiance. Relax in our outdoor hot tub or check you email on our high speed cable modem. Every room has a TV/VCR and phone.
Lonely Planet - "The attic suite is a priceless garret where the next Great American Novel could easily be written."
Frommer's Alaska - "This scrupulously restored 1906 mansion offers constant surprises in its fascinating detail, rooms are sumptuously and comfortably outfitted, the price range defies categorization."
FODOR'S CHOICE! "Breakfast is a highlight, with a variety of seafood dishes."
There are many wonderful activities to enjoy in Juneau near Alaska's Capital Inn Bed & Breakfast. Guests are invited to partake in whale watching, kayaking, salmon and halibut fishing, glacier climbing, hiking, birdwatching and rafting. Golf courses, theaters, ski resorts, and festivals are also located near our bed and breakfast.
"One of the more luxurious B&Bs... and elegantly restored mansion."
Rough Guide To Alaska
"Restored to its glory... filled with period antiques."
Moon Handbooks, Alaska & Yukon
"Beautiful restoration... the painstaking efforts can be seen everywhere."
Home & Garden Network HGTV
History and HostsHistory
In 1906, gold rush pioneer John Olds built one of the grandest homes in all of Juneau, high on the hillside, overlooking the bustling waterfront. Painstakingly restored to its original grandeur, today's Alaska's Capital Inn blends turn-of-the-century elegance with contemporary comfort.
The Inn is also home to your hosts, Linda & Mark. Having lived, fished and paddled around in Southeast Alaska for more than half their lives, they are an excellent resource and are happy to share their local knowledge.
How to Find Us
Follow road signs into the downtown area to a stop light at the corner of Egan Drive and Main Street. You can only turn left at the light. Turn left and go up the hill to Fifth Street and turn left again. We are the second house on the left. There is a lighted sign out front.
- Dog Mushing
- AJ Underground Mine Tour
- Tram Ride to Mt. Roberts
- Small Ship Tours
- Sailing and Small Boat Rentals
- Fly-in Freshwater Trout Fishing
- Brown Bear Viewing
- Helicopter, Float Plan & Fixed Wing Sightseeing
- Scuba Tours
- Salmon Bake
- Jazz & Classics Festival
- Annual Southeast Alaska Folk Festival
- Bike Touring
- Berry Picking