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Crater Lake Inn & Retreat

39944 Incline Dr, Chiloquin, OR 97624-5864
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Chiloquin

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Chiloquin, Crater Lake Inn & Retreat is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants, Crater Lake Inn & Retreat makes it easy to enjoy the best of Chiloquin.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Crater Lake Inn & Retreat offer a refrigerator.

For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.

If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Melita's Cafe or The Potbelly Cafe, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Crater Lake Inn & Retreat.

Best of all, Crater Lake Inn & Retreat makes it easy to experience some great Chiloquin attractions like Collier State Park Logging Museum, which is a popular history museum.

Crater Lake Inn & Retreat is sure to make your visit to Chiloquin one worth remembering.

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Non-smoking hotel
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FlossieTustin_CA wrote a review Aug 2018
Tustin, CA56 contributions26 helpful votes
This place was tough to find even with GPS. No signage. Owner came out to greet us just as we had given up hope. Tiny and tidy place he built himself. Very comfortable bed, but no AC so the room didn’t cool down until late. Steep narrow stairs to our room. Very relaxing place to stay, though. Sitting room downstairs plus a delightful patio. Good break from standard hotels. Room was nice but small, no closet, but had a mini fridge.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
jmichaelslocum wrote a review Aug 2017
Memphis, Tennessee29 contributions14 helpful votes
This modern "bed and breakfast" combines the best of a separate motel room with the care of a bed and breakfast. Our room was in a separate building with its own sitting/bar area. The room itself was very nice, with high quality linens, towels, etc., a microwave, coffee maker with coffee, and a refrigerator. Nice bathroom although not huge. We had a substantial continental breakfast laid out for us in the morning and snacks and fruit offered for us to take on our trips to the park. The facility is about 18 miles to the park (like almost every other place on the south side of Crater Lake). The trip to the park is easy. The only negative is that the Inn is on a dirt road about 1/4 mile off of the paved roads. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We had a delightful time.
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Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
gastronomyMD wrote a review Aug 2017
Seattle24 contributions37 helpful votes
I arrived at 10pm on the unlit dirt roads. There is no signage or lighting outside the place at all. I had to check and double check the address, rolled into the driveway where about 100yds in there is an unlit sign. Everything was dark. I went to one of the buildings and knocked... no answer. Called the place twice. no answer. Knocked again, then finally opened the door and called inside. Nothing. Eventually started knocking on doors only to disturb one of the guests who finally confirmed that it was indeed a "hotel" and that the owner was in the other building. knocked on that door. no answer. then opened the door (it was already ajar) and said "hello?" only to have a man yell at me "THIS IS A PRIVATE RESIDENCE!!!" So now I'm completely baffled. Stand there for a few seconds wondering what to do, and then recheck my reservation online. Open the door again and said "excuse me sir, i have a reservation." he comes out flustered and says, "we don't have a reservation for you... what's your name??" I show him the reservation confirmation and he states it isn't on his books and grumbles that he doesn't think he's going to get paid for it. When I finally said that i just needed a place to crash, he offered me an empty room (which was nice enough). Seriously though, how can you possibly want to run a place of hospitality and treat people like that?
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Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Traveled solo
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J_K_E340 wrote a review Sep 2016
Liverpool, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
After leaving crater lake it took us about 45 minutes to get the the b&b, which we didn't mind as many of the closer motels did not look appealing! You do have to drive about 1.6 miles along a dirt road but it's well maintained and there are lots of houses on route. When we got there about 5.30, we were met straight away. We were given lots of information on the area including food and things to do. (Go to the Mexican) The accommodation is a 3 bedroom house which is lovely and the gardens are beautiful. There is a bbq outside which you can use. We originally were given the downstairs room which connects to a massive shower and sauna but we decided to move up stairs to a similar sized room. Now the wifi isn't great at this place if you are dependent on it but we were more than happy without it. Comfortable bed. Fridge and microwave in room and tv which plays DVDs with a good selection and complimentary popcorn. Breakfast included cereals, fruit and breads and was plenty for us. Would stay again
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Lizi S wrote a review Aug 2016
193 contributions50 helpful votes
We spent a lovely couple of days staying at the Crater Lake Inn whilst visiting Crater Lake. It's a 40ish minute drive to the Lake but worth it for the quality of the Inn. We had a lovely room with a great comfortable bed, microwave and fridge - as well as a to and dvd player so we could take advantage of the large selection of movies available to watch after a long day hiking and swimming at the lake. Breakfast was lighter than in some of the other places we've stayed but this was welcome. There was a great range of yogurts, granola, fruit and breads available so we were very happy. All in all, our hosts couldn't do enough to make our stay pleasant, they really made us feel welcome.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$141 - $143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesOregonChiloquin
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Frequently Asked Questions about Crater Lake Inn & Retreat
Which popular attractions are close to Crater Lake Inn & Retreat?
Nearby attractions include Collier Memorial State Park (3.9 miles), Train Mountain Railroad Museum (2.5 miles), and Collier State Park Logging Museum (3.9 miles).
Is parking available at Crater Lake Inn & Retreat?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Crater Lake Inn & Retreat?
Conveniently located restaurants include JJ's Cafe, The Potbelly Cafe, and Kla-Mo-Ya Casino.
Is Crater Lake Inn & Retreat located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the center of Chiloquin.
Are there any historical sites close to Crater Lake Inn & Retreat?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Fort Klamath Museum (8.9 miles).