The Main Lodge at Todrillo Lodge is a blend of posh amenities and rustic Alaskan architecture. This 5,600 foot long main lodge log structure has walls of windows and three large cedar decks that overlook Judd Lake and the Alaska Range. Newly renovated in 2017, some of the features include spacious common areas on three different levels, a lakeside bar and dining room showcasing the beauty of the outside surroundings, and deluxe guest rooms with newly renovated bathrooms. Expect a cozy atmosphere for fireside chats, reading, or relaxing with a glass of wine from 500-bottle cellar. For maximum relaxation, there is a lakeside copper hot tub and sauna, professional massage services, media, music and wireless internet.
The main lodge features 6 guest rooms, all featuring a variety of layouts and bedding configurations. In addition to the 12 guests hosted in the main lodge, there are also two separate, private, handcrafted cabins next door to the main lodge. These private cabins feature two twin or one king-sized bed and full bathroom. These deluxe cabins face the scenic lake and offer a spacious front end lounge and Finnish glass fireplace. They are located conveniently near the yoga/sauna building and are just a stone’s throw from the lodge for meals and the company of lodge staff and other guests.
Also available are the Moose Hall and the Lakeside Retreats, serving as an exclusive experience and base of operations for up to 8 guests. Each of these deluxe, luxury cabins each feature two private bedrooms and a private seating and lounge area facing the lake. A separate building lies between the two guest lodges and features a private kitchen, dining, and living area, plus a private outdoor hot tub on the front deck. A private chef and bartender will tend to your every need as you enjoy the luxuries of this secluded oasis nestled in Alaska’s remote wilderness.