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Reviewed July 9, 2018

I recently had the opportunity to stay at the reopened Wolf Creek Inn, and dine in the restaurant. I can't say enough nice things about the experience!

The rooms were clean and nice. They had all the amenities I would expect in a nice hotel, yet the feel and actual historic relics of days gone by.

The staff were extremely warm and hospitable. The new concessionaires are a brother and sister from Portland. The brother, Andrew, and his wife have moved from Portland, and the sister, Sally comes down five days a week.

The hotel is a stones throw from I-5, and 3 miles from the historic gold mining town of Golden. An interesting chance to learn about the impact of what was effectively strip mining for gold.

Room Tip: Ask for the rooms on the west side to get the quieter rooms.
  • Stayed: July 2018, traveled solo
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Thank Seth M
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Gesi S, Manager at Wolf Creek Inn, responded to this reviewResponded July 10, 2018

Seth,
Thank you so much for your kind review. We're glad you had an enjoyable visit. Please come see us again!

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Reviewed July 6, 2018

Met friends at the lovely Wolf Creek Inn for lunch. The Cobb Salad was top notch, with Blue Cheese and Blue Cheese dressing. Our hostess/wait person was polite, and seemed in sync with yesteryear. She was a pretty, personable, efficient girl who took care of us perfectly. The Burgers were very good and the fries were not the usual frozen ones we find; more like old fashioned home fries. Enjoyed the atmosphere. So glad they reopened. They also had a gluten-free Cobbler or Apple Crisp.

Room Tip: We didn't sleep there but the rooms were lovely with beautiful antique furniture and cut-work embroidered curtains.
  • Stayed: June 2018, traveled with friends
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Thank joylmoran
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Andrew S, Manager at Wolf Creek Inn, responded to this reviewResponded July 7, 2018

Thank you so much for the nice review. We’re so glad your visit was enjoyable. Please come see us again!

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Reviewed June 27, 2018 via mobile

We had the opportunity to take a guided tour of this historic inn and had such a great time! The ranger Tony S. greeted us at the door in period attire and was a fantastic guide. We learned a lot about the inn and the local history. Great experience for our family and we would highly recommend the experience to others.

Stayed: June 2018, traveled with family
Thank curatiod
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Andrew S, Manager at Wolf Creek Inn, responded to this reviewResponded July 7, 2018

So glad you enjoyed the tour. Tony is such an asset to Wolf Creek Inn, we’re so lucky to have him. Please come back and see us again!

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Reviewed June 24, 2018

We received an email that this historic inn was reopening this summer and decided to stay there on a recent trip. Our stay was disappointing. The rooms are all unique and nicely furnished, but are on the small side. The bathroom was also small, and the plumbing fixtures are really old. The hot water in our faucet was difficult to operate and the sink stopper did not work. Also, the water in the bathroom must be fed from a well. It was rusty at first and had a very unpleasant taste. We were wondering why the host brought us a pitcher of water right after we arrived, and quickly realized that it was because the tap water was so bad. The bed was comfortable but seemed like it was an antique.

We were looking forward to a nice dinner but when we ordered our meal we were advised that many of the items on the menu weren't available because the cooler had failed the previous day and the food all spoiled. Breakfast was included in the price, but when we went to the designated location upstairs the next morning the room was empty and there was no food or beverages laid out.

I think the managers are relatively new to the job and they seemed very disorganized. I hope they can get it together soon. We were very disappointed with our stay, and don't plan on returning.

Stayed: June 2018
Thank WeekenderWanderer
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Andrew S, Manager at Wolf Creek Inn, responded to this reviewResponded July 7, 2018

Dear WeekenderWanderer,
We appreciate any and all feedback from our guests, so thank you for taking the time to write a review.
The Wolf Creek Inn is over a hundred years old and is the longest running inn in the Pacific Northwest. It is a living piece of history and we are so excited to be the new concessionaires.
Your observations are correct. Many of our furniture pieces are on loan from the Oregon Historical Society. We are so lucky that these pieces have been preserved and that we are able to use them. We think it really gives visitors a feeling of stepping back in time.
While the rooms and bathrooms may be small, we did our best to add some modern comforts such as brand new mattresses, elegant linens, and custom-made drapes.
You are right about the well water. We realize most folks aren’t big fans of the taste, which is why we offer our guests a carafe of filtered water upon arrival.
Sorry your dining experience wasn’t optimal. It was very unfortunate for us that our refrigerator failed, but we wanted to still be able to offer meals to hungry travelers, hence the limited menu.
We do offer a continental breakfast in the off season, but during summer months, a full, cooked-to-order breakfast is available to purchase in our tavern. Sorry for the confusion.
We thank you again for your valuable feedback. Your input helps us, as the new inn-keepers of Wolf Creek, to continue our goal to improve and exceed customer expectations.

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Reviewed August 15, 2017

The facility was much better restored than we had expected. Quite comfortable for a mature historic structure. After a long drive from California, we enjoyed glass of wine out in the grass meadow. It is too bad that they don't still serve meals. No internet, but we can live without it for a day.

Room Tip: We liked the ground floor with close access to our car.
  • Stayed: August 2017, traveled as a couple
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