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Our room was one of 3 above the lobby below. We could hear people below talking until 3 am, then they came up and made loud love. Then at 6 am, the showers started which was 4' from our bed. If you want a quiet...More
This is a true roadhouse. Rooms are 100 years old, upstairs three rooms share a bathroom, downstairs rooms and "cabin in the back" share restrooms. We stayed in an upstairs room with a queen bed plus a twin for our grandson. Downstairs is the cafe...More
My daughter and I booked a room the "Museum Room" through the Roadhouse website. Upon arrival checkin went quickly and smoothly. The Museum Room is just over the road from the Roadhouse. The room has a kitchen, living room (with a twin bed) and another...More
Sourdough from 1902, hotcake as big as your face! When I was trying to decide on my breakfast order I questioned wether one hit cake would be enough? Throw in some mixed berries and fresh jam and wow! I'm stuffed! Great atmosphere with the community...More
Talkeetna Roadhouse - Museum room
Double bed in a separate room and sofa bed. Full kitchen. Small bathroom.
Iconic older style, a bit run down. Everything was clean. Thin sheets, old pillows and old blankets. Steep stairs, openable windows, noisy fan, no AC. In the...More
There is on street parking throughout Talkeetna. And on two sides of the Roadhouse. It can get pretty full on a summer day and you may have to park a block,or more away. It always clears out in the evening. It is pretty... More
There is on street parking throughout Talkeetna. And on two sides of the Roadhouse. It can get pretty full on a summer day and you may have to park a block,or more away. It always clears out in the evening. It is pretty laid back and you could double park for check in.