Delight in a Bed and Breakfast in Nome, Alaska
Experience a rush of excitement as you settle into your comfortable and homey accommodations. This town became famous in the early 1900s as word spread that gold was discovered in its creeks and on its beaches, and thousands of people arrived here to seek their fortunes. Today, with the price of gold so high, you’ll see dredging operations in the shallows of the Bering Sea off the downtown, and visitors can go panning for gold on the beach east of town.
Located in the Far North region of the state, Nome is also famous for being the finish line of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. The Iditarod is a 1,049 mile race that begins in Anchorage the first Saturday in March and ends about a week and a half later.
During your stay, you can also enjoy outdoor activities, shopping for native arts and crafts, taking a historic walking tour, flightseeing for wildlife, bird watching, and more. You will enjoy every minute of your lodging in one of our member inns, offering amenities and services unlike any hotels.