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Talkeetna Roadhouse Review
This circa-1917 log roadhouse has a common sitting area and rooms in a variety of sizes, including a hostel-style bunk room with four beds ($21), two rustic cabins ($99–$137)—one next door and one down the street—and an apartment over the museum ($147). Rooms are very basic: bed, table, window, period. Sizable breakfasts featuring sourdough pancakes from a 1902 starter and famous cinnamon rolls are the order of the day at the restaurant (¢), along with soup, desserts, and pies, all made from scratch daily. It's a popular place with locals and with climbers who use Talkeetna's air taxis to reach Mt. McKinley. In winter the café is open only on weekends and evenings.
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