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Hidden Creek Bed & Breakfast was lovingly designed and built with the most discerning guests in mind. This custom craftsman home which was completed in 2006, has beautiful woodworking detail throughout, rich bamboo floors, natural stone including a slate entryway, granite counter tops and a fireplace with rocks that were hand-selected from Prince William Sound. Alaskan artistry is on display throughout the home, including a spectacular stained glass window in the dining room. This spacious, 5,000 square foot, luxury home features all the amenities to make your Alaskan vacation most memorable and relaxing.

From the moment you pull into the driveway of this B&B you know you are somewhere special. Enormous spruce and hemlock trees surround the property with vistas of the Chugach Mountains in the distance. Once inside the doors of the main entrance, a special feeling of warmth and luxury surrounds you. Huge windows let you enjoy the comforts of the indoors while capturing the natural beauty of the surrounding forest. A glimpse at the dining room and gourmet kitchen give hints at what awaits you the next morning for breakfast. A deck off the Great Room offers a place to settle back and listen to the gurgle of the "hidden creek".

A private entrance to the B&B plants you firmly in Alaskan territory with visions of bear and moose on the walls and Alaskan craftsmanship all around. The common area features a gas fireplace with comfortable seating, a wet bar, and a large hot tub right out the door. Each bedroom is well equipped with private bath and countless amenities including robes and slippers, cable television and DVD player, private phone, and WiFi.

We look forward to sharing the splendor of Alaska and our beautiful home with you.

From Our Guests: "Hidden Creek B & B was the best place that we stayed during our two weeks in Alaska. It is a new home and it is obvious that a lot of thought went into the planning. The three guest rooms are on a lower level with a common room that has reading books, books on Alaska and binders filled with information on area activities and restaurants. There is a fireplace, a mini fridge and a coffee maker there too... We hope that when we go back to Alaska they will have room for us, because we will definitely want to stay here again."  Jacksonville, Florida