Hatcher Pass Bed And Breakfast: Cabin life, simple

Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast is located along Palmer-Fishhook Road, on the way to the historic Hatcher Pass area. Erin Kirkland/AKontheGO

Right now our family is snuggled into Cabin #4 at Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast, enjoying the simple luxury of a Matanuska-Susitna Valley log cabin after a day of skiing this scenic, historic area. 

Located along Palmer-Fishhook Road on the way to Hatcher Pass and Independence Mine State Historical Park, Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast is a collective of cabins, small (Sourdough studio) and larger (Grande Cabins with lofts), the property is a cozy reminder of how Alaska families may have lived during those early days of Colonists in the 1930’sbrought to the area by president Roosevelt during the Depression-era New Deal. 

With easy access to a plethora of winter activities, Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast is a nice choice for those looking to spend most of their awake time within the recreational opportunities available in the Valley, but it’s not so easy to leave the warm environment of these log cabins. 

What could be better than a cozy loft space? Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast offers cabins that fit a family’s needs. Erin Kirkland/AKontheGO

Warm decor and plenty of ingredients to make a busy morning easy, Hatcher Pass B&B owners know how to keep families happy. 

Bagels, cereal, milk, fruit, and lots of coffee are ready for us to serve and go tomorrow morning, and a stash of games are all set for a night of family time. 

AK Kid enjoys the complimentary blueberry-oatmeal cookies at Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast in Palmer. Erin Kirkland/AKontheGO

Right now cabins are available for around $90/night; a pretty nice price considering the return on your investment. A weekend of family fun is at your fingertips. Wouldn’t you like to take it? 


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