About Hatcher Pass Bed & Breakfast
Why stay in a hotel, when you can spend your Alaskan holiday in an authentic log cabin? Immerse yourself in the wilderness of Alaska with the comforts of home! Each authentic Alaskan log cabin is fully equipped to meet your needs with a kitchen, private bath, television, WiFi, and more.
Located in Southcentral Alaska in the heart of the Matanuska Valley, Hatcher Pass Bed & Breakfast is near Wasilla and Palmer, and only one hour north of Anchorage. Check availability for your authentic log cabin rental now!
Hatcher Pass News & Announcements
I Love Hatcher Pass I have always loved Hatcher Pass. Not a resigned, flippant, spur of the moment love, but a deep and meaningful love. Like a relationship, we have grown together. Every summer I return after having to maintain a long distance relationship. The mountains and the beauty are always the same – amazing … Read more
Nestled in the heart of Hatcher Pass is a historical mining road that offers excellent winter recreational opportunities for skiers and winter hikers alike. Skiing Archangel Road Located eight miles from Hatcher Pass bed and breakfast, Archangel Road provides a tremendous opportunity for cross-country skiing. Typically, Archangel Road and Independence Mine are the first spots … Read more
There is nothing greater than being an Alaskan woman and Palmer knows how to celebrate this at their annual “Who Let the Girls Out” weekend running from Friday, April 28th and through Saturday night the 29th. The brainchild of local shop owner Denise Statz, Who Let the Girls Out is an unabashed women’s day out … Read more
Looking for Something More I was tired of the Tupperware parties, and Amway hadn’t made me rich as promised. I wanted to be home with my children, but I also needed to something more with my time. I didn’t realize that “something more” would turn into something so big – 20 Years of Hatcher Pass B&B. … Read more
We have two birthdays to celebrate this week at Hatcher Pass Bed and Breakfast. The first is the birthday of the Alaskan Territory back in 1867. Celebrated this week as Seward’s Day, the last Monday in March is set aside as a State holiday to commemorate the purchase treaty of Alaska from Russia. I like … Read more