Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday chalet in Palmer - Rose Ridge Vacation Chalets
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 6-7
Rose Ridge Chalet sits on a south facing ridge near Palmer, Alaska. The full wall of windows allows a panoramic view of several mountains including Lazy Mountain, Pioneer Peak and most of the Chugach Range. Knik Glacier is nestled at the end of the valley. Surrounded by woods, wildlife to watch for include: moose, birds, squirrels, and maybe an occasional fox or black bear.
New upgraded paint, carpet and furniture added in April 2012! The chalet is two-story, with a large bedroom with two queen beds and a bath on the second level. The main level features another bedroom with one queen, one bath, and living/dining area. The full kitchen is stocked with breakfast items to get you started. There is a waher/dryer in main level bath. For your enjoyment, there are movies and games. A patio outside with a BBQ grill is the perfect place to relax and enjoy our long summer evenings. This is a very peaceful location. Business website: www.alaskavacationchalet.com
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
Diane and David ran a B&B for 12 years. David built the Chalet in 2005. The B&B was closed/sold in 2010 and a second vacation home, the Cottage, was built in 2011. Both are long time Alaskans. Diane holds a degree in Travel Industry Management and has over 20 years experience in the Alaska Tourism Industry. David is a slef employed contractor. They have raised 2 daughters and currently are the 'parents' of Piper, the Jack Russell Terrier.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thank you so much for our beautiful stay in your beautiful house. We enjoyed your place very much and the view is perfect. I only wished we spent more time on your property but we had some obligations and a lot of site seeing of this spectacular state. I recommend your hospitality and your place to anyone. Thank you again for a fabulous stay (and black out shades, so strange the day light, always wanted to visit during this time of year)