My husband and I stopped here for breakfast on our way south from Denali National Park. It has a beautiful view of the Alaska Mountain Range from its big picture windows. The food was substantial and delicious. We had eggs, bacon, hash browns, toast and pancakes. Perfect! They also serve lunch and dinner. Learn the fascinating story behind the original owner, pioneer Mary Carey, when she settled here in the 1960s. This place has deep historical roots in addition to great food and lodging, too. There's an extensive gift shop on site. Great friendly people greet guests and bus tours also may stop here periodically.
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