Oscar Gill House Bed & Breakfast

Since 1997, the OGH has received consistently rave reviews from some of the industry's leading travel guides:

From Lonely Planet Alaska (2003)
The Oscar Gill house features a fantastic breakfast, great conversation and lots of fancy bath products. This is the place to bring your mom.

From Frommer's Alaska (2000)
[The Oscar Gill House] manages to be both homey and immaculate. The prices are low because the Lutzes are decent people—they book up many months ahead, and could charge 50% more. [One of Alaska's] best B&Bs. It's no longer hard to find beautifully restored historic B&Bs, but I've found no others like this one where, despite being overwhelmed with business, the hosts keep their rates low just because they're decent people who know how it feels to be overcharged when you're traveling.

From Frommer's Alaska (1997)
On the Delaney Park Strip, just a few blocks from downtown, this is truly the oldest house in Anchorage—because it was built in Knik, before Anchorage was founded, and moved here on a barge a few years later. The house was to be torn down in 1982, but rescued in 1994 by Mark and Susan Lutz, who moved to its present location and, with their own labor, restored it authentically as a cozy, friendly bed-and-breakfast. The house is full of appropriate antiques; it's a classic B&B experience.

From Fodor's Berkeley Budget Guide to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska (1997)
If you need to pamper yourself after a few weeks of baked beans and bug spray, head to this exquisite historical site for down comforters, decadent soaps and mounds of fuzzy towels. The two doubles and suite with private bath, Jacuzzi, and space for four may convince you to sell your tent and get a real job. Your hosts serve up a full meal with all the trimmings, and they'll even let you borrow one of their bikes for free.

  The Oscar Gill House Bed and Breakfast | 1344 West Tenth Avenue | Anchorage, Alaska 99501
For reservations: 907/279-1344