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Reviewed July 3, 2018

We came to Sitka to visit a friend who didn't live in a place large enough to accommodate us, so her research led us to Annahootz B&B. Great pick. We did not have a car here, and this B&B is in easy walking distance of several museums and points of interest, the marina, and the beautiful Sitka Historic Park, a forest full of trails and totem poles. It's also an easy walk from the downtown area.....food carts, galleries, etc. As far as the place itself, there was plenty of room for 2. To have more, I'd think one would need a rollaway bed or another arrangement. There is a bedroom with chest of drawers and ample closet space, a bathroom with storage drawers, a small living room with loveseat and TV (which we mainly used for cable music), and a table with 2 chairs. A kitchenette doesn't have stove but does have a microwave and small refrigerator, along with plates, dishes, silverware, cutting board. Coffee maker and good coffee was left. Breakfast is do-your-own, as described in another review there was milk, dry cereal, fruit (bananas, apples, oranges), cans of fruit juice. Enough to get you started, and you're in walking distance of a grocery store if you want more - we stocked bread, lunchmeat, etc. On days you want a break from this I'd recommend breakfast at the Westmark Hotel - scrambled eggs with smoked salmon! The hosts Dale and Cathy couldn't be lovelier people, helpful, interesting and gracious. We will certainly stay here again the next time we visit Sitka.

Room tip: I believe there are just two rooms. No view from room, but in 3 minutes walk downhill have one! Quiet location.
Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank PKDM107
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Reviewed July 9, 2017

Annahootz is convenient, five minutes walk from the outstanding Sheldon Jackson Museum, ten minutes from downtown in one direction or Totem Park in the other. The hosts are interesting and pleasant. The room, actually two rooms, are spacious, although suitable only for two. (The sitting room sofa is too short for even someone just barely 5 ft tall.) Breakfast; small boxes of dried cereal, small cans of oj, bananas and apples; all of which one prepares for oneself. Not what we're used to in a B&B.

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank William H
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Reviewed August 31, 2014

My husband and I stayed in Sitka for 4 days after returning from a wonderful Alaska Dream Cruise. Sitka is a good town for walking and we selected Annahootz B&B for its central location at the edge of the Sheldon Jackson campus and about a block from the Crescent Harbor. Both the Totem Park and downtown Sitka are easy walks and there is a grocery store a couple of blocks away.
Annahootz has two suites with private entrances and fit our needs perfectly. , It was clean, quiet and comfortable. The suite was like an apartment with a bedroom, full bath, living room with a good sized TV and kitchenette with coffee maker, microwave, small refrigerator and dishes. Cathy and Dale provided more than adequate amounts of food (yoghurt, fresh fruit, cereal, milk, juice, pastries) for breakfast so we could eat on our own time schedule.
Having separate rooms turned out to be really important as we both had developed coughs and on some nights it was helpful not to wake the other person. Being sick in a new town is less than fun but our experience was eased a great deal knowing that Cathy and Dale were willing to help when needed. In fact, Dale twice gave us rides to the Sitka ER for medical advice
Between the rain and illness, we didn’t see as much of Sitka as we had wanted to. It is a beautiful town and much less ‘cruise ship touristy’ than the other SE cities. If we come back to visit again, our first choice of lodging will be the Annahootz.

Date of stay: August 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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8  Thank RetiredHawkeye
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