We arrived in Prospect after a fruitless day of trying to see Crater Lake. It was in April and the snow at the lake was falling so hard that all we could see was the snow. When we finally got to the hotel we were greeted by the owners who were quite friendly and helpful. Since it was off season they offered to let us have any room of our choosing, but since my husband is a Theodore Roosevelt fan, we stayed in his name sake room. The room was small and the bath was not attached ( the only room in the hotel that didn't have the bath attached). We had looked in all the other rooms and all had handmade quilts on the bed and were nicely furnish in antique furniture. The bed was comfortable and we had a good nights sleep. In the morning we were presented with a delicious breakfast and friendly conversation.
We really enjoyed our stay at this unique and historic hotel and if we have an opportunity to return to the Crater Lake area (hopefully the next time we will be able to see the lake) we would once again stay in this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Crater Lake National Park's closest full-service town is showcased by the nationally registered Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner House. The Historic Hotel is a ten-room Bed and Breakfast Inn with private baths and beautiful quilts on every bed. Hearty, full, breakfasts greet you in the morning. Take a short stroll to the Rogue River and three water falls. Situated for Hiking, Biking, Rafting, Fishing, Boating, Birding, Hunting, Cross Country Skiing or Snowshoeing. ... more less
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