We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Nearby Hotels
$79
Booking.com
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
$134
Booking.com
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
$85
Booking.com
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
Quality Inn(Grants Pass)
$99
QualityInn
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
$100
Booking.com
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
Motel 6 Grants Pass(Grants Pass)
$70
Booking.com
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
$79
Booking.com
View Deal
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
Sunny Valley Motel(Wolf Creek)
No availability for your dates from our partners
Reviews (78)
Filter reviews
78 results
Traveler rating
38
31
5
3
1
Traveler type
Time of year
LanguageAll languages
38
31
5
3
1
Show reviews that mention
All reviewsclark gablebreakfast was includedperfect place to stayhot waterbed was comfortablesuiteportlandfireplacehosts
Filter
Updating list...
66 - 71 of 78 reviews
Reviewed September 14, 2009

My husband and I have eaten lunch here several times, but this last time when we discovered some rooms were available, we spontaneously decided to stay the night. It was a perfect finish to a hectic vacation, a romantic and historic inn near the gorgeous Rogue River in Oregon. The owner, Margaret, is one of the sweetest hostesses you'd ever want to meet, and her love for the place really comes across. She made us feel very welcome, even in the midst of a hectic and unexpected crowd that descended at dinner time. The food is outstanding, and a hearty breakfast was included in the very reasonably priced lodging cost. For lunch, we were offered pastries instead of the usual bread starter! Yum! (One can purchase a spiral-bound cookbook of their signature dishes.)

The rooms are furnished in period style that is more "homey" than fussy Victorian frou-frou. We found our room quite clean. There are no amenity frills -- no TV, internet service or phones in the rooms -- but one can easily relax in the parlor downstairs with books and comfortable chairs, a piano, games and tables.

Do be aware that as with many older buildings the floors are creaky and door squeaky; noise could be bothersome, especially during daytime hours when dining guests are allowed to tour the hotel and look into some display rooms. Also, some of the older (brass) bedsteads do creak and are not as firm as one might like so if this could be problematic, do inquire ahead as to your best bed options.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
    • Value
    • Location
    • Rooms
    • Cleanliness
    • Service
Thank Leebot
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Reviewed July 28, 2009

We only spent one night here on our holiday touring Oregon and wished we had stayed longer, as the area is well worth exploring. The Inn and it’s rooms has to be appreciated for it’s American historic value, for us it was like visiting our Grandparents homes 40 years ago (But no en-suites in England then) The Inn and it’s rooms have been carefully restored ,which is a credit to the Oregon State Parks.
For us, the lack of TVs and in room telephones was a plus. The food at night in the dining room was excellent as was the inclusive breakfast, all of which was freshly made. The restaurant is also open to non-residents. The current managers Margaret and Mark were friendly, welcoming, professional and knowledgeable about the history of the Inn.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled as a couple
    • Value
    • Location
    • Rooms
    • Cleanliness
    • Service
Thank kochili
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Reviewed July 11, 2009

We were drawn to the Wolf Creek Inn by the signs saying that it is the oldest continuously operating hotel in the Northwest. It is a genuinely historic property which was sensitively restored in the 1970's. It's a good thing because the old rooms were truly tiny, barely big enough to put a bed in (they kept Jack London's room, where he wrote a story, as a display room).

Our family of 3 stayed one night on our drive from Portland to Berkeley, we had two twin beds and a rollaway bed. Unfortunately my wife's bed tilted somewhat from side to side, making her concerned she'd fall off. My bed and my daughter's rollaway were fine--mine was a simple brass bed (rooms varied a fair bit in how they were decorated).

Dinner at the inn was pretty good, the included breakfast was OK.

No radios, no TVs, no phones of the hotel's (except a historic 1970's pay phone downstairs), no internet. But a lovely pretty place in a mostly pristine setting near London Mountain, but only 1/2 mile off the freeway.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
    • Value
    • Location
    • Rooms
    • Cleanliness
    • Service
1  Thank wanderer
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Reviewed September 30, 2008

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.

  • Stayed: August 2008, traveled solo
    • Value
    • Location
    • Check in / front desk
    • Rooms
    • Cleanliness
    • Service
    • Business service (e.g., internet access)
Thank Caroldz8080
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Reviewed August 28, 2007

We stayed at the Wolf Creek Inn on two separate occasions in the month of August - once before a rafting trip, and once after.

Our extended family stayed the night before a rafting trip - we stayed in 7 of the 9 rooms available. Checking in was bit of a circus, do more to all of us arriving at once, then any ineptness of the hotel staff.

All the rooms have bathrooms, but are rather small. The rooms with double beds really had double beds, except for the suite, which had a queen size bed. The suite is great if you can get it. Supposedly Clark Gable stayed in the room and it is nice to have a little extra space.

Dinner is served at the Inn (but not included in the room cost), and is quite good. The prices are reasonable and the wait staff was very attentive to us - even when all 17 of our family members were seated at two tables.

A cooked full breakfast is included in the room and was quite good. My daughter is a vegan and the hotel staff worked to find her something to eat that would meet her requirements. Actually, all the hotel staff were as accommodating as they could be.

Warning for those who must have TV: there isn't any. But then again, isn't that why we have TiVo?

  • Stayed: August 2007, traveled with family
    • Value
    • Location
    • Check in / front desk
    • Rooms
    • Cleanliness
    • Service
2  Thank Traveling_Therapist
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
View more reviews