Welcome

to our Dillingham Alaska Lodging

Dillingham, Alaska is home to Beaver Creek Bed and Breakfast. Enjoy a restful nights sleep, charming Alaskan home-style ambience, and friendly hospitality that only Alaskans can offer at. Beaver Creek B&B is open year round and is a favorite place to stay for Business Travelers seeking Dillingham Alaska lodging. Sportsmen find it the perfect place to stop and relax on their way to and from their wilderness adventure. We have an airport courtesy shuttle and Rental Vehicles and Trucks available.

Accommodations at Our Dillingham Alaska Lodging

The Bed and Breakfast offers different lodging options: our Main House rooms, the Caribou Cottage, the Birch Circle House, and the Angler and Bull Moose Cabins.  Each accommodation has a fully equipped kitchen, stocked with a deluxe assortment of breakfast foods and snacks. Accommodations have telephones, cable or satellite television, internet access. Comfy bathrobes, hairdryers, ironing boards and irons provided. Rooms are uniquely appointed with the guest’s comfort in mind, enjoying the privacy of a hotel and all the warmth of a home. Our accommodations are of the highest quality, clean and comfortable, and provide a smoke-free environment.  We also have  extended housing options: the 2 bedroom, Trail House and the 6 bedroom, Bigsome Log House.

Your hosts, Susan and Gorden Isaacs, will be happy to assist you in making your stay in Dillingham memorable. Gorden is a licensed general contractor who does building and remodeling projects, sells some building materials, including plumbing parts, Energy Kinetic boilers, Toyo Stoves and hot water heaters, and water softner systems, and also drills water wells, and does some commercial installations of various types.  Susan manages the bed and breakfast, provides accounting services and is involved in property management and volunteer work in Dillingam.  Gorden and Susan have lived in Dillingham since 1975 and 1989. Their plans to move to the Big Island, are presently on hold as of June, 2018, due to the fires and lava destroying their vacation rental in Kapoho Beach lots, and land locking their new home and poo there.

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