This is a classy B & B for less than $100 a night. The place is clean as a whistle. Guest rooms are downstairs, with a kitchen as well, and the family lives upstairs. Breakfast is served upstairs at 8 AM and is excellent - a new surprise every morning. We stayed three nights and were the only guests. I did think it would be a little crowded if all three rooms downstairs were occupied at the same time. The B & B owner runs a fishing charter business too.
A computer is available in the guest quarters for e-mail and internet (free). Very convenient.
We stayed at this cozy Bed n Breakfast for one night while visiting Valdez. It is about ten miles out of the town, but well worth that extra drive. We stayed in the "green room" and it was a good size and fit four of us comfortably (my nephew slept on a cot in a recessed area that he loved). We had the whole downstairs area to ourselves and the privacy was nice. The Miller family was very nice and accomodating. If I am ever in the area again, I will make this my stop. Highly recommended.
When I visited Valdez there was a hostel in town. It's located at Alatna St. near Prince William Sound Community College. It's run by a friendly local family. I spent 2 nights there and they charged $17 per night. It's cozy and they had free internet which was very nice.
Just checked their website and couldn't find it anymore. It's sad. Like many hostels in Alaska it comes and goes. Not sure if there's any hostel in town now. I didn't take a picture when I stayed, sorry.
I believe it was $15 per tent.
Excellent views of boat harbor and surrounding mountains. Very clean bathrooms and hot showers. Very nice, quiet, wooded tent sites, some platforms, among the salmonberries on Porcupine Hill. Fish-cleaning table and freezer available.
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