It looks pretty basic from the outside but keep an open mind. The Inn is actually quite cozy and pleasant, and by the way, is the only place in the area if you don’t camp. Our room was very small and it was difficult to unpack, but the view of the Klamath River and occasional barking of sea otters (or seals?) made up for that inconvenience. The bedding was quite comfortable. The Inn is just off the main road but nighttime traffic was minimal, so there was no problem with noise. The best feature of the Requa Inn was the rustic restaurant, for delicious made-to-order breakfasts and surprisingly excellent dinners. The chef/servers were far more sophisticated and food-savvy than one would expect in such a remote area. Because diners are seated together family-style, there is an opportunity to meet new folks, and we did: some fascinating people of diverse backgrounds who share a love of the outdoors. It was a fine couple of days.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled at the mouth of Northern California's Klamath River, where the Redwoods meet the sea, the Requa Inn has been a home away from home for almost a century. Built from old growth redwood, the 12 room inn features private bathrooms in every guestroom and a sumptuous breakfast cooked to order every morning. Guests also enjoy the best of local organic food in the Inn's restaurant every evening with a fine selection of regional wines. Featuring wi-fi throughout the property, the Historic Requa Inn is the perfect basecamp for a redwood adventure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Historic Requa Hotel Klamath