Passing through grants pass and we hit a snag in our trip. Attempted to find a hotel, but some convention of sorts was going on and no vacancy everywhere. Found this gem in Morrison near Medford. Completely accidental find! This place is a classic fishing lodge. I truthfully thought all were lost until this place. No cell reception, right on the river, and great food. The chef in the kitchen made these wonderful meals (order one meal of each so you can try both) that only could be found at a five star restaurant in a city. Absolutely to die for. Let’s not forget to mention those cute little orange pastries they make are mouthwatering. (They have been making and serving for over 50 years which they should be proud of.) If you have managed to make it to the end of this review; this place is way to good to pass up. Even if your not into fishing they have tons of summer activities that don’t involve fishing.…
It was a great spot to start and end our river adventure. The staff was very helpful as we were trying to determine if we could deal with the smoke. They offered the phone to call our outfitter who convinced us the weather would change. It did and the trip was wonderful. And our server at dinner, Kristy, was awesome! We were so glad she was working again when we returned. So glad we stayed here.
We stayed here before heading out with Noah's rafting. They did a great job being covid compliant, we felt safe and clean. The dinner was amazing, loved eating outside on the deck. Heather was our server and was personable and great. We loved the open lawn and comfy chairs for relaxing during the day and hanging out after dinner.
This was an excellent place to go white water rafting, eat dinner, and spend the night. We had great guides on our trip. The Lodge kept us well informed before we arrived and made sure we were ready and set up. The food offered before the kayaking was delicious though they had to adapt due to Covid. We came back and stayed for the dinner that was well worth it. It was delicious and the setting spectacular. We spent the night at the lodge and the room was comfortable and had all the amenities needed. It was very quiet and comfortable. Great deal for the price as well.
Positives-friendly staff, beautiful view of the river from the lodge, delicious dinner. Not so greats- awful breakfast ($14 charged, probably worth $7 at best), confused staff (gave a key to our place to another incoming guest, continuously serving gluten based meals when it was specified that two of our party could not eat gluten at all), could hear the folks next door plain as day inside our place (stayed in tuck away #2), remote to TV didn’t work, and cabin could use some love (trim in bathroom has water damage that could be a quick fix in terms of visual appeal). Not sure if we’ll come back or not. It was over $2k total for two nights stayed and fed and half day rafting for 5 people...having a hard time equating that cost to the value.