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En 1906, la ruée vers l'or pionnier John Olds construit l'une des maisons les plus grandes dans l'ensemble de Juneau, haut sur la colline, avec vue sur le front de mer animé. Né à Cornwall au sud-ouest-Bretagne, John a fait son chemin pendant des années comme un mineur, de la prospection son chemin le long de la piste de l'Oregon et finalement canoë jusqu'à Gastineau Manche à la fin de Décembre 1880. Or avait été découvert et comme par hasard, il était avec la première vague de mineurs qui hivernal sombre nuit. John et ses partenaires exploité avec succès plusieurs concessions de placer et de charge pendant les premières années de la ruée. Avec ses fouilles, John a acheté deux hôtels locaux et servi la communauté naissante comme un homme d'affaires et leader civique. Maintenant, offrant l'hébergement de qualité dans la capitale conserve ces premiers souvenirs de la maison historique d'une famille de pionniers. Votre séjour chez nous sera un vrai lit et l'expérience de petit-déjeuner. L'arôme du café fraîchement torréfié annonce le petit déjeuner, une affaire de plusieurs plats, servi dans la salle à manger formelle au milieu des rayons du soleil du matin. Le menu peut inclure des pommes sautées dans une sauce à la cannelle chaud ou framboises locales fraîches et crème. De les journaux de chevet, plats préférés de voyageurs sont les oeufs de crabe Dungeness Benoît sur la maison des petits pains, des petits pains ou les soufflés de citron et épais coupe jambon fumé. Attardez-vous et profiter du café et la conversation dans une atmosphère unrushed, partager les plans ou racontant les aventures de jours précédents.
5 sur juillet 07, 2017
Fabulous 4-day stay at Alaska's Capital Inn...central location to everything we wanted to do/see/taste. Breakfasts are superb and varied...and you get dessert, too! The property is gorgeous and the beds are very comfortable. We had an amazing stay and would return in a heartbeat. This is the place to stay in Juneau!
5 sur juin 20, 2017
Wonderful hosts, excellent breakfasts. Loved that our hosts would enjoy breakfast with us, and be so helpful in sharing stories of Alaska and Juneau, and answering questions. Loved her story of the humpback whale eyeing her under her kayak! And the muffins, especially liked the rhubarb/walnut ones! Be sure to get her recipe book! We would always stay there when return to Juneau!
5 sur mai 23, 2017
We live here and booked a getaway at the Capital Inn before the summer crowds arrive. It was absolutely wonderful. As citizens of Juneau, it was great to see what good ambassadors of Southeast Alaska the hosts are. Linda is well-connected to community life and events, and knowledgeable of the history of our town and surrounding areas. The facilities are top-notch and the breakfast is superb, as other reviewers have noted. We stayed in the top floor room, which was delightful. If you want not only a fantastic B&B but also a window into this corner of the world, you will enjoy the Capital Inn. It elevates a visit to Juneau/ Southeast AK from tourism to travel.
5 sur mars 20, 2017
Linda and Mark were the perfect hosts and made our stay in Juneau feel like home away from home. Comfortable, welcoming and incredible breakfasts. They even packed us lunch on the day we left for our ferry to Skagway.
5 sur février 28, 2017
I'd heard wonderful things about this place, and still I was impressed. The house smelled wonderful upon arrival and stayed smelling wonderful throughout the trip - they are fantastic chefs! Linda greeted me at the door by name after my 9pm flight in and showed me the place, including answering a couple of my historical questions about the house. The bed was extremely comfortable, free wi-fi, and one of my only regrets was not making enough time to soak in the clawfoot tub and use the essential oils they provide! I did appreciate the bathrobe. The location cannot be beat if you're in town for legislative work - I made my appointments at the capitol by leaving the house 5 minutes prior with time to hang my jacket. And, the FOOD! Breakfast the first morning included a fruit cup of cantaloupe, followed by quiche, hash brown, ham, and a maple walnut muffin baked that morning. The next day started with a kiwi banana fruit cup, with a made-to-order vegetable omelet with rosemary parmesan potatotes and bacon. The fresh muffin was blueberry lemon. I wanted to stay and eat all day. Linda and Mark were kind, welcoming, accommodating, and overall fantastic.
4,8 sur août 11, 2016
After 7 days on the water on a small boat cruise, we returned to Juneau and checked into Alaska's Capital Inn, a quiet and restful B&B. Linda and Mark both have a wealth of knowledge about southeast Alaska which they are willing to share. Linda, while not being intrusive, was always cheerful and willing to help out with dinner reservations, excursions, etc. The hosts put a lot of effort into creative and delicious breakfasts. There were always home-baked cookies and other goodies available. The evening scotch and wine was an added bonus! We definitely would not hesitate to stay there again.
5 sur août 11, 2016
Great location, wonderful innkeepers, great way to start or end your Alaska vacation.
4,0 sur juillet 25, 2016
My wife and I stayed recently for two nights at the end of a cruise up the Inside Passage. Everything was good - location, room size, comfort, hospitality of hosts, access, etc. Linda and Mark are very welcoming and go out of their way to be helpful eg booking taxis, making snacks available.
4,8 sur avril 22, 2016
It was a lovely Victorian home flooded with charming antiques and located close to downtown Juneau without the traffic. Our hosts were gracious and accommodating and provided us with a delicious breakfast that included sourdough pancakes - delicious! Our room had a wonderful jetted tub and lovely views. We look forward to staying there again.
4,2 sur janvier 09, 2016
Amazing location, 5 min downtown (restaurants/shops) and 5-10min by foot to trail heads (mount Roberts). great breakfast and host, Carol took perfect care of us. Room was nice, a bit small but very lovely and cosy! cookies and muffins, tea and coffee available all day and night in the main house.
A beautiful queen sized fumed oak Stickley queen spindle bed with support corbels dominates this beautiful second floor room. Original maple floors are protected by a wool Karastan rug with a deep blue early William Morris design. The wallpapers are also of the Morris Company, in the Acorn pattern first printed and designed by J.H. Dearle in 1879. The reddish hue of the paper is almost identical to the imported French glass shades on the room’s period light fixtures. A bed side antique slag glass lamp rests upon a Stickley Brothers lamp table, while a Harden armchair provides ample comfort for
$149 - $295
Romance, gold rush dreams and early 20th century charm, along with elegant furnishings provide an unforgettable experiences in the original master bedroom. Redone with imported English wallpapers originally designed by May Morris and first printed in 1883, are in recognition of the Olds family heritage. The honeysuckle motif compliments the view out the spectacular bay window of the adjoining park and backdrop of Douglas Island and Gastineau Channel. Located on the second floor, this large bedroom encompasses the entire front half of the inn. A Stickley king size panel bed fitted with qual
$169 - $355
The forecastle is the forward part of a ship where the sailors sleep. So we have taken that nautical theme and have a quiet out of the way nook with its own entry at the garden level. This bedroom is furnished with fumed golden oak twin beds crafted by the Stickley Furniture Company, which still crafters high end solid wood furniture today. With in floor radiant heat and individual room controls, you can always set the perfect sleeping comfort level. Five panel, fir pocket doors separate the bath with its cherry floor, old style pedestal sink and shower, there is no tub in this room. Classic A
$149 - $265
Enchantment and romance set the mood for an unforgettable experience where period furnishings subtly blend with 21st century amenities in the room at the top. The entire top floor of the Inn has been tastefully transformed into a single luxurious and very private setting that is perfect for your honeymoon, anniversary, or special occasion. There isn’t another room like this anywhere in town. The bedroom area boasts a splendid example of old world craftsmanship, reflected in the custom made oak king size slat bed. A private sitting area has an antique Courtland settle and Morris style rocker f
$169 - $355
A romantic hide-a-way, furnished with early Craftsman style fumed white oak furniture that has been a quarter sawn to bring out the intricate and beautiful grain patterns of the wood. A gorgeous custom made four poster king size bed with its arched stretchers and pyramid topped posts again resembles the early work of Gustav Stickley and Harvey Ellis. A Louis de Poortere Mossoul patterned wool rug accents the Brazilian cherry wood border that surrounds the original maple floor. William Morris design wallpapers in the marigold pattern with an iridescent gold acanthus leaf border compliment all o
$159 - $315
Is a very private and out of the way guest room with its own entry at the garden level. The large bedroom is dominated by a harvey Ellis influenced Stickley king size oak bed with intricate inlay. The matching rocker and chair support this same inlay design by Ellis and compliment the imported Liberty English wallpapers in the Jasmin pattern first produced over 100 years ago. The cherry floor, scattered with oriental rugs has in-floor radiant heat, with an individual room heating control for that exact comfort level. More Alaskan art by Fred Machetanz adorns the walls. This room has the l
$159 - $315
Nine foot ceilings, stain glass windows, and an original electrified oil parlor ceiling lamp are set off beautifully by the green Oak Tree wallpaper and border first designed and printed in 1896 by J.H. Dearle. The Brazilian cherry hardwood floor is complimented with a beautiful oriental wool rug in a tribal pattern. The queen size Stickley solid oak spindle bed, covered with a delicate hand sewn quilt is a gentle reminder of a more leisurely time gone by long ago. A Limbert side chair lets you while away the hours, or enjoy the early morning sunshine as it peeks around the mountain. An antiqu
$149 - $295
Centre ville, Petite ville
Juneau, AK (JNU) 9 miles
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Mendenhall Glacier, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Ruines, Piste de ski
Bed and Breakfast
Jeux de société, Ordinateur, Copieur, Bureau, Fax, Internet, Radio, Films, Internet par câble , Connaissances locales
Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Planche à repasser, Entrée indépendante, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Billard , Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Pistes de ski de fond, Ski alpin , Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Chasse, Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Yacht Charters, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Location de skis, Natation, Jeux d'arcade, Sports d'eau, Rafting en eau vive
Régime particulier , Végétarien
Crabe de Dungeness Benoît
Une généreuse portion de frais locaux pris le crabe dormeur est surmonté d'œufs traditionnels et hollandaise.