On a quiet residential street within easy walking distance of downtown Fairbanks is the cedar home that’s been transformed into the All Seasons Inn. It’s a homey, country-inn-like bed and breakfast, with a tidy if tiny yard, cozy common areas, lots of rugs and runners, and a hostess from Atlanta who has brought a measure of Southern hospitality – and a charming Southern accent – to Fairbanks. The eight rooms are a little frilly but simple and comfortable. Breakfasts are generously portioned and likely to include quiches, egg puffs, apple pancakes and fruit-filled crepes. The proximity to downtown and the grace of hostesses really make this place shine.