I love staying at historic national park lodges and this was a fun stay. We were there one night and had a two room queen "suite." The other small room had a single bed. We were on the very top floor and it was really a neat experience for us. Yes, the rooms are old and they warn you up front that the walls are fairly thin, so please be courteous of your neighbors (their words). We didn't hear any noise and enjoyed our comfortable bed. The weather was cool and damp so I turned the handle on the radiator and it kept the room warm all night. It didn't get too hot, thank goodness. The bathroom was large and everything was super clean. I loved the old lodge and especially the real-wood fireplace that was burning when we go there and also the next day. So wonderful! It smelled so good. There is no wifi, cell phone service, televisions, or phones in the room, so be prepared to step back in time to a quiet environment. We ate dinner at the lodge and unlike previous posters had a fabulous meal. My husband had the salmon and I had the chicken alfredo. We were celebrating our anniversary and found a bottle of sparkling juice with two champagne glasses in our room waiting for us with a card (I had just mentioned it in passing when making the reservation) as well as free dessert with our dinner (carrot cake, my husband's favorite). Our hostess Laura and server Pamela could not have been more professional and helpful. It was a wonderful experience for us. We were also surprised at the reasonable bill at the end of the meal. After seeing the video on national parks and learning about this old lodge, I just had to stay here. I am so glad we did!
- Also Known As:
- Oregon Caves Hotel Cave Junction