About this listing
With a complimentary full, hot breakfast
Situated in Birch Hill, Golden Umbrella bed & breakfast is close to Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum, Creamers Field, and Fairbanks Community Museum. Local attractions also include Fairbanks Ice Museum.
The Golden Umbrella B&B is an ideal accommodation for visitors coming to Fairbanks, Alaska. Each bedroom in the Golden Umbrella B&B is named after a natural wonder in Alaska. The rooms are decorated with traditional Alaska style wallpaper and are kept with a high health standard.
All our rooms have a queen sized bed. A full breakfast is included in the room rates. Each room rate based on two people. A two (2) night minimum stay is required. Your one night stays will be handled on walk-in basis and an extra cleaning fee will be charged.
Bedroom includes a large closet, queen-sized bed with memory foam mattress topper, chair and desk. Two more chairs with a tea stand allow you various seating options. Amenities such as a hair dryer, bathrobes, shampoo, body wash and cleaning agents are also provided for your use. The signature queen rooms have a designated bathroom across the hall with a double sink and shower tub. Another bathroom just step away in downstairs is also available for your convenience at anytime.
金傘客棧位于城市東邊 Birch Hill 的山腳下，環境幽雅，風景宜人。靠近費爾班克斯市的交通樞紐Steese Highway，距市中心開車只需要5分鍾，離費爾班克斯國際機場15公裏，開車需要大約19分鍾。Steese Highway是去北極圈和西娜溫泉的必經之路，也是去著名極光觀測點Cleary Summit的必經之路。
金傘客棧爲無煙旅館，室內禁止吸煙！提供免費咖啡，熱茶水。 浴室24小時開放； 24小時無綫WIFI。付費洗衣房, 沒有廚房。
友情提示: 所有現今民宿類型基本上分成單房式民宿、套房式民宿、公寓房式民宿及獨棟別墅型。金傘客棧定位歸屬於獨棟別墅式的高檔民宿類型，有其獨特出眾的環境設施和服務政策, 同時也具備嚴格的管理規則和對應規定。希望您在訂房前一定要仔細閱讀 訂房須知，並且訪問查看我們網站上的 “FQA:常見問題和答案” 在您完全考慮好以後, 再確定是否訂房。特別提醒﹕費而爾班克斯很大，租一輛車是必須的﹗﹗﹗
Rules of the House
No Smoking, candles or incense and No alcohol allowed on the property. Smoking in the rooms will result in a $75.00 cleaning charge plus an additional night’s charge to air out the rooms. You will be asked to vacate the property if these rules are not followed.
Damages Any damage done (other than normal wear) will be the responsibility of the guest (e.g. wet towels on furniture/bedding, nail polish spillage, red wine stains or any black, brown colored stains).
No Shoe Policy: Please take off your shoes when indoor. If removing your shoes really makes you unhappy or you have orthopedics in your shoes, we ask that you take extra time to wipe your shoes before coming indoors.
Pets: For the comfort of other guests we have a NO PETS POLICY.
Children: We are inappropriate for children under 12 years of age, as our B&B is an adult designed environment. Children OVER the age of 12 years old are welcome.
Housekeeping: The rooms are cleaned daily around noon but we will not make beds for you. Dry towels supplied daily. Bed linens are changed every 4th day, unless required sooner.
Lost keys: $25 dollar replacement fee.
Laundry and kitchen facilities
Our kitchen facilities are not available for guests to prepare their own meals. However, microwave can be used for reheat your food. Our laundry is $10/load.
You are solely responsible for your belongings. Any items left behind at our B&B can be shipped to you via mail at your request. The cost of packing and shipping plus a $10 handling fee which will be charged to your credit card. Clothing items not claimed will be kept in our “lost property” box for 6 months then they will be donated to the local thrift shop.
Breakfast /Special Needs
Hot breakfast is served in the dining room from 8:00am. If you cannot get to the table at 8:00am, we will keep it warm until 10:00am. If you leave early and want a “boxed breakfast to go”, please give us a 24 hour notice. We can also accommodate special dietary needs with advance notice.
We were very comfortable at Golden Umbrella. June and her husband are very hospitable people.
Ernesto and his wife are great guests. They are polite, care of my property and towards other guests very friendly.
Each morning, we have a happy time with them and other guests from the world on our breakfast table. Ernesto always bring the fun to people and he has a lot of interesting stories.
We highly recommend them as your friendly guests!
My wife and I spent three nights at Golden Umbrella in early September 2013. Ping and his wife June were great hosts. The place is very clean and well maintained. They have three bedrooms available for the guests. During our stay we were the only guests. June prepared a very nice breakfast every morning. We had a great deal of social interaction with them and thoroughly enjoyed it. The are very knowledgeable about the Fairbanks area. I would highly recommend this place to anyone.
We had a very nice stay at the Golden Umbrella. June and her husband are very gracious hosts, and they generously worked with our schedule, providing breakfast to go and keys to let ourselves in during a day in which we were leaving early and returning late for our drive to the Arctic Circle on the Dalton Highway. June also was extremely accommodating of our dietary preferences.
It was unseasonably warm in Fairbanks during our stay, and I was concerned that traffic noise from the nearby highway might keep us awake if we left the windows open, but we did leave them open all night and did not have difficulty sleeping.
We had no trouble finding the location with the instructions provided. The home is beautiful with large windows, and our room was very clean and comfortable. We shared a hall bathroom with other guests, but that worked out fine for us. A second half bath also was available for our use if needed.
We enjoyed our time at the Golden Umbrella and would stay there again.
We loved our stay with June and her family at the Golden Umbrella. They have a beautiful home on the edge of town, in a hilly, lovely area. Our room was very clean and very comfortable. The bathroom was sparkly clean. The breakfast was delicious, high quality, and had plenty of variety. She was helpful in planning our outings. We truly enjoyed our visit with them. We had use of the dining room and living room. We also enjoyed her other guests.We would definitely stay again.
June and her husband were wonderful hosts. The room/house were clean and in a fantastic location! She even adapted the breakfast menu to cater to my girlfriends diet! Very pleased with our stay and our Alaskan Adventure. Hope to return soon!
June and her husband Peter are gracious hosts indeed. Golden Umbrella is very conveniently situated: in the Birch Hill Recreation Area (great for cross-country skiing)—a quiet suburb just off the main street that connects you with all points in Fairbanks. We rented a car, and it was great coming "home" every night to a house that generally leaves its front door unlocked, because the neighborhood is so safe! June is a talented cook: her breakfasts, served out of warmer trays because we kept such late hours in search of the aurora, were different each morning. One breakfast included some brook trout Peter had caught and June had canned, and another included fresh mushroom sauce using organic mushrooms June had grown in her own garden. The beds were comfortable and warm, and the shower nice and hot. We spent four nights in Fairbanks. The first night there was a snowstorm, but the next three nights we gazed in awe at the lights dancing across the horizon. Check (website hidden) for what to expect each day! June and Peter gave us lots of useful pointers: including to bring our own towels and quarters to Chena Hot Springs (renting a towel costs $5 each, and you need the quarters for the locker). Yes, the bathhouse at the Springs is old and a little dilapidated, but oh that hot outdoors sulfur spring, set in the middle of the snow! Memorable indeed! I'd recommend beginning your trip at the Visitor Center ((website hidden)), where you can get oriented and decide what else you will do in Fairbanks. For us, the visit with Mary Shields (first woman to finish the Iditarod) in her Tails of the Trail program was another highlight. We might try to return to Fairbanks one day, perhaps to get in some snow-shoeing, and if we get back, the Golden Umbrella will be home again!
Our accommodation at the Golden Umbrella was gorgeous. June was great host. Really relaxed atmosphere, and they provided interesting information about the typical tourism spots in town. We were lucky to see the northern lights “Aurora” at the first night. We can’t describe the feeling, when the lights occurred. The other days we went to Chena Hot Springs, which are great to spend a few hours there (only the wash and changing rooms are really old and in a bad condition), and also to the Arctic circle. The road conditions are quiet good, so we can recommend the drive in the winter time, when it is sunny and not snowy outside. Fairbanks and especially goldenumbrella B&B is a great place to stay for some days, because you can reach a lot of interesting places from there and also you have a 90 percent chance during a stay of three days (and three clear nights) to see the Aurora! Have a nice stay in Fairbanks and goldenumbrella (including every morning a perfect breakfast which gives you a great start in your day!
About the Host, GoldenUmbrella
Hi. My name is June. I am the owner of The Golden Umbrella Bed & Breakfast. I was born in Mainland China, came to the States in 2001 and have called Fairbanks home since 2006. I enjoy meeting people from every part of the globe and strive to provide a welcoming, restful, quiet and fun filled atmosphere here at the Golden Umbrella. I so love my home here in Fairbanks Alaska and look forward to sharing it with you. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or send me an email. I will be happy to assist you.