The Alaska Suite
Space is the name of the game in this suite! Four Beds, One Price. One bedroom with a queen bed. Private Bath, just for your suite. One bedroom with two twin beds. Perfect for a family or a group of friends!
Don’t let its small footprint fool you, this is a GREAT ROOM! Queen bed, private bath, vaulted ceiling, large south-facing window, close to the living room and dining room.
Queen bed AND a twin bed with a private bath and cool octopus art. Great layout if you have lots of luggage/gear. Best view of the garden from this window. Everyone loves this room!
Queen bed AND a twin bed with a private bath and a garden view. In the land of the midnight sun it can be hard to find a dark and cozy place to sleep, so we installed extra room-darkening curtains. Sweet dreams!
Biggest bathroom, biggest bed. With all the space you’ll have in here, you could invite a moose to visit, but, please don’t. Pillow-top King bed AND a twin, private bath with a tub. Make yourself at home with the guest kitchen right next door.
Why stay with us?
Year-round Anchorage B&B run by folks who love guests almost as much as they love Alaska. The outside of our B&B has a large wrap-around deck with a table and chairs where our guests can relax. People often enjoy the morning or evening air while sitting on the deck. If a moose wanders onto the property, remember it is a wild animal. Stay clear and do not feed. You can feed Rocky and Alan, the squirrels who frequent the deck though. Full Breakfast- Separate Guest Kitchen with Microwave, refrigerator, coffee.- Common living room, and deck for your post waffle lounging.- Fragrance-free and Smoke-Free Property- All Natural and Organic Cleaners- Laundry room onsite -
Waffles and other yummy stuff is served each day at our B&B.
Lots of beds around here, one's bound to be right for you.
There are so many light bulbs here
Alaska is super photogenic
Planning a family reunion, bridal getaway, or need the whole house?
From the North
Jewel Lake B&B’s building started it’s life as a model home for a cedar home builder. Right next door is her sister house. Today that sister house is home to one of Anchorage’s premier day spas, Raven’s Nest Spa. Sheila has been the owner & operator of the Ravens Nest Spa since 2006. She has Read more about Relax Right Next Door[…]
There’s no place to fish quite like Alaska. From the great big 300lb halibuts of Homer and Seward to the powerful King Salmon fishery right in downtown Anchorage, Alaska has everything a fisherman could ask for. But perhaps you’ve come and aren’t quite sure where to get your fish? I’ll touch on a few of the Read more about Alaskan Fishing Trips[…]
The Anchorage Downtown Saturday Market first opened in 1992, and consisted of only a few dozen vendors. Its goal was to provide a conveniently located, family oriented, open air market where Alaska residents and visitors alike could browse, shop and enjoy the beautiful Alaska summer season. During the 2009 season, over 300 vendors will offer Read more about Saturday Market Downtown Anchorage[…]
One of Anchorage’s most famous drives includes one to Alaska’s Portage Glacier. Just outside of Anchorage you can rent a car or join a tour bus to travel south 50 miles along the beautiful Turnagain Arm. The Turnagain Arm has one of the highest fastest changing tides in the world, surrounded by lots of scenery Read more about Portage Glacier[…]
In 1915 when Anchorage was a railroad camp of tents; the first permanent framed private family built home is the Oscar Anderson House. Located downtown on “M” adjacent to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, it is the only Anchorage house museum. During guided tours, you will learn Anchorage history and of the builder Oscar Anderson Read more about Oscar Anderson Museum[…]
Meet you at the top! Are you CRAZY!!!! Give it a try! Another great race of Alaska. The foot race is held every July 4th up and down the 3,022 foot peak of Mount Marathon, overlooking the Kenai Peninsula in the city of Seward Alaska. The race is a climb and descend on Mt. Marathon. Read more about Mount Marathon Race – Seward[…]
Talkeetna, Alaska annual Moose Dropping Festival that celebrates moose nuggets. The most unusual event during this festival is the dropping of a thousand moose nuggets from a hot-air balloon onto the crowd below. So if you have not figured it out moose nuggets are the dropping of a moose. Talkeetna – Moose Dropping Festival: Includes Read more about Moose Dropping Festival[…]
Lodging for the Anchorage Mayor’s Midnight Sun Marathon fills-up early. Get off to a great start with a great breakfast and a comfortable bed at Anchorage Jewel Lake bed and Breakfast, reserve now! The Mayor’s Midnight Sun Events: Marathon The Marathon event is 26.2 miles in length beginning at Bartlett High School and continuing through Read more about Mayor’s Midnight Sun Marathon & Half Marathon[…]
Anchorage Jewel Lake Bed and Breakfast welcomes you to Anchorage. We have put together this list for your reference. If you have any additions or updates please contact us. *Closest to Jewel Lake Bed and Breakfast, located in the Dimond Center. Samson Dimond Library 800 East Dimond Blvd. Anchorage, Alaska 99515 907-343-4049 Alaska Division of Read more about Anchorage Alaska List of Local Libraries[…]
The annual 1150 mile dog sled race from Anchorage to Nome will take mushers from 10 to 17 days to complete. Each team is made up of 12 to 16 dogs. Anchorage is the starting line — a city of over 300,000 people, street lights, freeways and traffic. From there the field of dog teams Read more about Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race[…]