Falcon Inn B&B and Log Cabins in Eagle City Alaska
Falcon Inn B&B Log Cabins Eagle City Yukon River Alaska Bed and Breakfast Log Inn Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Charlie, Marlys and Elva House


Guestrooms: 5 + 2 Cabins

Address: 220 Front Street, P.O. Box 136, Eagle City, Alaska 99738 USA

Telephone: 907-547-2254

Activities/Attractions: Eagle, Alaska is located on the Yukon River four air miles from the Canadian Border. Nestled in the river valley with a close view of the Ogilvie mountains, it is often called the 'Jewel on the Yukon.' It can be reached by road, air and water. Established in 1897 during the Klondike Gold Rush, the community still provides visitors with the nostalgic atmosphere of the early days when Eagle was the judicial, commercial, mining and military center for the Upper Yukon.

Eagle is the gateway to the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve and is one of the best-preserved boomtowns of the gold rush era. Perched on the south side of the Yukon below Eagle Bluff, Eagle remains relatively untouched, with many of the town’s original structures still standing.

The National Park Service Visitor Center in Eagle is the best place to plan any treks into the Preserve, whether hiking or with river craft. A number of outfitters offer rafting on the Charley River as well as the Yukon. The Yukon Queen, a tour vessel, makes daily trips between Eagle and Dawson City in the summer.

  • A charming outpost in the middle of nowhere ... the nearest Alaskan city is 75 miles away by dusty road
  • The closest Canadian city is 103 miles down the Yukon River
  • Maybe that’s why everyone is so friendly: if you visit Eagle, it’s because you really want to
  • This town of 129 people is a mere one square mile with a church, a courthouse museum from Eagle's heyday at the turn of the 19th century, a two-room schoolhouse, a general store and the Eagle Mall, which is a four-booth open-air tourist shop covered with a tarp
  • In 1970 Eagle was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and became a National Landmark in 1975
  • Preservation of the local history and historical buildings continues to be important for this small rural community

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General Information: Welcome to Falcon Inn B&B and Log Cabins in Eagle City, Alaska ... sitting less than 100 feet from the Yukon River's silty waters, the inn is just upstream from Eagle Bluff. Peregrine falcons, for which the inn is named, nest on the bluff every summer and daily tours of the Eagle Historical Society start less than a block from our front door. The Falcon Inn Welcomes Pilots & Floaters.

You have five, unique, cozy, clean, and comfortable rooms to choose from and two large common areas and decks where you can relax and enjoy the view. Choose your accommodation from:

  • Private bath with a queen bed
  • Private bath with two twin beds
  • Shared bath with a queen bed
  • Shared bath with two twin beds

Smoking is not permitted in the Falcon Inn. You may smoke on the decks.

Payment Accepted: Cash and Personal checks.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).


Full breakfast included.
Ask about government and extended stay rates.

"You have a beautiful place and a postcard perfect view, thanks for sharing it!"

"A very nice town and good breakfast -Thank you."

"This place gets better and better, like a home away from home."

"Lovely spot, a particularly peaceful and beautiful B&B. Thank you."

"Lovely place with nice people. I would 100% recommend this place if you need a place to stay in Eagle."

"Wonderful place to stay! Very comfortable and the Woodsman Cabin is amazing! The owners are very friendly and so accommodating. I highly recommend staying here it's a great quiet little historic town! Love it!"

"The Falcon Inn is great, very nice owners and the best cook in Town."

"Excellent view & nice owner. Lots of food for breakfast."