A Wildflower Inn

The House and Hosts

The charming house is a standard two-story duplex design with a finished basement built in Anchorage by the Federal government between 1945 and 1950. Its saddleback roof and twelve pane, sash windows give this home it's Colonial Revival appearance. Previous owners opened the duplex into a comfortable single family home which lends itself well to a vintage style bed and breakfast inn. Unique art including contemporary Yupik masks and a stenciled Tlingit floorboard enhance the home. The middle floor of the home invites guests to gather and converse about Alaskan experiences.

Allan and Larry are long time Alaskan residents. Larry is a nationally honored school psychologist who travels extensively to remote Inuit villages by bush plane. Allan manages property and devotes time creating our beautiful garden. Together Allan and Larry enjoy travel, kayaking, hiking, camping and fishing.

Our Associations

Anchorage Chamber of Commerce

Anchorage Bed and Breakfast Association

Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau