Remote Alaska Bed and Breakfast on the Yukon River
Falcon Inn Bed and Breakfast is your escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life and where you can enjoy the tranquility that one can only find in remote Alaska. Situated on the southern bank of the Yukon River, Falcon Inn is the perfect place to take in breathtaking views of the bluffs, mountains, and incredible wilderness, which guests can enjoy from the inn's two outdoor decks and an observation tower. Spend time around the inn that has been hand-built and designed using local logs used throughout the lodge-style bed and breakfast. Falcon Inn is the ideal launching point for exploring Eagle and the nearby national preserves. The inn welcomes groups of all sizes with enough space to accommodate 12 guests and for whole-house private events. The remote Alaska bed and breakfast is open from early April when the river begins to break up, until mid October when the road closes for winter.
The comfortable rooms at Falcon Inn feature quilted beds, log furniture, cozy lodge style. Rooms come with ensuite baths and have both a shower and tub. There is a convenient ground floor room for those traveling with a pet. Additionally, there are private log cabins available for overnight stays near the main lodge.
All guests will receive a freshly cooked breakfast complete with favorites such as eggs, bacon, and french toast. Guests will have access to the kitchen, which can be used at 11:00 after breakfast has finished. Have an evening chat and a glass of your favorite beverage in the living area, complete with a comfy sofa and satellite TV. Most guests especially enjoy the outer decks that provide a place to relax and take in the view of the river and beyond. Come to enjoy brisk sunrises, glowing sunsets, and when the time is right, dazzling aurora borealis.
Explore Eagle Alaska
Eagle is a remote Alaskan town with old-time charm and plenty of natural beauty. Your innkeepers are happy to schedule a historical tour of Eagle when you visit. Learn about the area's history on a tour that starts at Judge Wickersham's courthouse and covers natural history, local industry, and influential figures. Take a trip to Fort Egbert for the chance to see meticulously preserved vehicles and artifacts from when it was an Army base in the early 1900s. One of the most exciting things to do in the area is dog mushing, which can be done with a tour group located in town. Eagle is a small community of around 80 and has gas stations and a grocery store. Though liquor sales are not allowed in town, guests can bring some along for their stay,
Lodging Near Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve
Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve is located just a five minute walk from Falcon Inn and offers visitors a range of natural experiences. Popular activities include picking wild berries, wildlife viewing, and floating down the winding river. Within the park, there are bears, moose, sheep, peregrine falcon, eagles, and more. There are bluffs in the park that reveal more than 600 million years of geological history, shown in continuously exposed strata. Learn more about visiting the park at the ranger station located in Eagle.
We invite you to contact the innkeeper to book your stay at this remote bed and breakfast getaway in Eagle, AK.
Charlie and Marlys House are year-round residents of Eagle and the innkeepers of Falcon Inn Bed and Breakfast. In 1995 Charlie began construction by scribing logs out of Canadian lumber and reclaimed wood from the building that formerly occupied the land. The inn's design features riverfront decks that allow for optimal viewing and relaxation in one of the most scenic locations imaginable. Your hosts love welcoming guests from all over the world and hope to make your stay a memorable one.
Amenities and Activities
- Homestyle Cooking
- Kids Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Bird Watching
- Boating and Watercraft
- Cross Country Skiing
- Fire Pits
- Wildlife and Nature
- On-site Concierge
- Wake-up Call
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