Visit Our Bed and Breakfasts in Ketchikan
When planning a trip to the “Sportfishing Capital” of Alaska, we hope you will consider calling one of our B&Bs your home away from home! Our lodging accommodations capture the local spirit in a way that typical chain hotels cannot.
Coming in by floatplane, Alaska Marine Highway ferry, or by cruiseboat, visitors are amazed by the natural beauty of their surroundings. View an abundance of native wildlife such as otter, seals, whales, porpoises and eagles. Fishing enthusiasts will be thrilled to find that five species of salmon, halibut, cod, snapper and a variety of freshwater trout are all available in the waters around the Southeast Region. The area is also widely known for its Native Alaskan art and culture. The largest collection of totem poles in the world is found in Ketchikan at Totem Bight State Historical Park, Saxman Native Village, and the Totem Heritage Center Museum. Visitors will also enjoy the city’s shops and restaurants and historical sites by way of its famous historic walking tour.