Nicely remodeled cabins and a friendly staff = a very pleasant stay. We stayed in their "King" Jacuzzi cabins, and my only arguments on that would be that the bed hardly seemed like a king size, definitely more like a Queen which wouldn't normally be a problem, except that we were trying to fit our little ones on there with us.
I'll start w/ the positives...
The Jacuzzi tub is a good size, and we thoroughly enjoyed that feature - (only complaint would be we didn't have enough time to enjoy it even more :D)
The gas/wood fireplace in the cabin was also another nice feature to add warmth
Decks with rocking chairs that overlooked the river, definitely a nice touch!
Another plus - they provide Aveda Mint toiletries - my favorite!!!
Areas that could have been better...
besides not being a king sized bed, I could feel the coils, which didn't make for the best slumber
it also would have been nice if the sofa was a fold out
you only have one little closet for your things, so either you don't stay long, or just live out of your suit cases.
Biggest complaint - they claim a 'wine hour' and at other B&Bs or hotels or what have you, that means the place serves glasses of wine, like a tasting, i.e for free - they don't mean they'll sell you a bottle. We were honestly a little put off by that, though they did provide hors d'oeuvres, and their cookie hour was a nice perk.
Breakfast is ok - don't expect the homemade stuff like at a B&B, but it was slightly better than the stuff you'd get at say a Travelodge or something. It is nice that their hours for breakfast starts as early as 7:30 and lasts as late as 11.
All in All it was a nice little Inn, their grounds are beautiful and peaceful, so it was perfect for a short little getaway, I don't know that I'd stay there for longer than a couple of nights though, as I don't think there's much to do near by. It was a good value booking it through Travelzoo's deal with the $50 GC to a local restaurant.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This Oregon legend was built in 1924 along the banks of the scenic Rogue River. It was a vacation retreat to many Hollywood personalities such as Clark Gable, Carol Lombard and Walt Disney. In 1993, Country House Inns purchased the Weasku Inn and began restoring it. In September of 1998, the restoration was complete, the five rooms in the Lodge having been updated, while the original character and splendor was maintained. In addition, eleven cabins were built on the property and an original A Frame cabin remodeled. Since its completion, "Travel and Leisure Magazine" named this historic landmark "one of the top 25 Lodges in the United States". Recently, in "1,000 Places to See Before You Die: A Traveler's Life List ", Patricia Shultz declared the Weasku Inn one of those "must see" places. We invite you to step back in time, restore yourself and create new beginnings at the wonderful Weasku Inn. Our accommodations include:5 Lodge Rooms, 11 River Front Cabins, 1 A-Frame Cabin, and a Three Bedroom River House All rooms are non-smokingSorry, no pets allowed Check-in 3pm / Check-out Noon 72 hour cancellation policy Children 12 and under stay free when occupying same room with an adult Complimentary wireless Internet throughout the property Meeting & Event Space for up to 40 people All accommodations include a full hot breakfast, a complimentary afternoon appetizer reception and evening milk & cookies ... more less
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