This was a welcome change from the cookie cutter hotels. Very friendly and welcoming - nice sized room, but the owner was a stickler for removal of shoes. Fair enough, he wanted to keep his house looking nice, and this was the difference, it was a house and not a hotel. This was re-inforced, with a 'family' style breakfast with other guests around the table - good to meet and hear other travellers tales.
Very helpful - told where to go in Fairbanks, where to eat and advised on what excursions might be of interest. This place, though not strictly in the centre, was only 10 mins walk away from the middle of town, so no problem. Would I stay again? - certainly.More