I've stayed at the Wolf Creek Inn several times. It has no phones, no radios, no televisions. The inn is quiet, civilized, and nestled into a settlement so small it can't really be called a town, that offers almost nothing whatsoever "to do." So, I read and slept and bathed and knitted on the lawn and loved the time I spent there.
Strangely, more than once I've found that couples staying at the hotel seem to speak very loudly in the dining room, dispensing opinions as though they needed to make themselves heard over a crowd when there is no crowd and the food is so well-made that it deserves respectful attention.
No one who wants to "get a move on" should stay here. It's the kind of place where time slows down. The rooms are no larger than they need to be, there is no ostentation, and there is a great sense of the past, when articles were well-made by the people who would use them and treasured all the more for their scarcity.
A stay at the Wolf Creek Inn rewards the soul.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wolf Creek Inn is Inviting! Comfortable antique furnishings, cheerful bedroom fabrics, and full private baths in each room invite you to slow down and enjoy a relaxing stay in the oldest continually operating Inn in the Pacific Northwest. Inspirational! Daily free guided tours of this nearly 140 year old establishment will show you how stagecoach, railroad, and automobile travelers have all experienced the Inn's hospitality. Intimate! With just eight uniquely appointed rooms, the welcoming front desk staff will make sure you stay is enjoyable and refreshing. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wolf Creek Hotel Wolf Creek
- Wolf Creek Inn Oregon