Barrow, Alaska

Enjoy Your Stay in Barrow, Alaska

Though some may consider Barrow, AK to be a remote location, our bed and breakfasts welcome many tourists throughout the year. Traditional Inupiat culture combines with modern living in this northernmost community in the United States, which is also home to the northernmost elevator inside a building, in the world! These unique traits bring the curious to our town, and its beauty and wildlife keep them coming back.

A trip in the winter isn’t complete without lodging at a local inn. During your stay, be sure to take a guided adventure out to the sea ice to view the polar bears. Visit during the summer months (May – August) to truly experience an endless day as the sun never sets. This phenomenon of the North allows for plenty of opportunity to view examples of local wildlife such as polar bears, grizzly bears, arctic foxes, caribou, moose, snowy owls, whales, spotted seals and more. The Barrow Birding Center will provide you with lists of local species and where to best find examples of each.

Make your Alaska vacation the trip of a lifetime by choosing to stay in a Barrow B&B instead of the usual hotels.

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