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Oregon Caves Lodge

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Beaufort, South Carolina
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Love these Park Lodges that were built back in during the depression, Take the family and let them experience what a beautifully well kept old Park Lodge is all about. Oh and of course it is right next to the caves.

Thank kristen l
Albany, New York
Reviewed 14 October 2014

Once a year I take a trip out the to West Coast, visiting locations in Central California, and making my way up to Oregon for sight seeing. As an East Coaster and history buff, this was our last stop on my "West Coast" adventure. The caves are conveniently steps from the hotel, and are a sight to see. The staff...

2Thank MarkS_daeno
Medford, Oregon
Reviewed 2 October 2014

The Chateau, though dated and a little tired looking, was clean and comfortable. The historic inn as been lovingly preserved and maintained. The architecture is impressive and the decor and furniture authentic. Of course, the Oregon Caves are not to be missed and do take advantage of the abundance of hiking trails.

Thank Jamie K
Grover Beach, CA
Reviewed 13 August 2014

If your doing the caves this place is well worth it, the hotel guests have first chance at tickets we did the 9 am tour and by 10 when we got out the place was hoping with people. The caves are RIGHT outside the hotel door. We checked in around 5 all the staff we spoke to were very friendly...

2Thank Tara23Andy
Kelso, Washington, United States
Reviewed 25 July 2014

The lodge was beautiful and the drive to get there was a pleasant, uphill, forested drive. The day we went was hot- 96 degrees. The historic hotel didn't have any air conditioning and the rooms were hot! but we were provided with an electric fan. The bed and bedding were comfortable but for the price of the room we wish...

1Thank Glenda W
Mountain View, California
Reviewed 23 July 2014

The Chateau was charming, cozy, comfortable and greatly exceeded my expectations. The Lodge was built in 1934 and retains most of the original architecture and features including some furniture. Of course bathrooms have been updated and the rooms are very comfortable. A great gift shop is on the premises with many local handmade gifts with very reasonable prices. A full...

1Thank pacuarecholo
El Granada, California
Reviewed 15 September 2013

I explore these great old lodges as often as possible. This one was built in 1934. The Oregon Caves are a great adventure and to come back to such an interesting, comfortable old lodge is the reward after all that hiking. Dinner was great! They offer fresh local fare in the restaurant. The atmosphere is delightful with the sound of...

1Thank Margaret A
San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed 9 September 2013

A very well keep old lodge, we like these places. it is a long drive from Cave Junction..just keep driving because the road ends at the lodge. staff was nice. the room was small but overlooked the small pond and fall. We had lunch, before we took the cave tour. the waitress was so nice and helpful and the food...

Thank TexasTravler45
Olympia, Washington
Reviewed 26 September 2012

This is a beautiful old lodge in the company of Yellowstone Park Lodge or Lake Quinault Lodge or any of the traditional federal lodges, only with a good price! I have heard that Yellowstone Lodge is now $500 per night. This is what, about $100. The rooms are basic, what you would have in the old days, no TV oh...

Thank ColvilleB4
Benson, Arizona
Reviewed 4 September 2012

The Chateau itself is lovely, staff very friendly and accommodating. Room was very basic, no TV, no radio, uncomfortable mattress, tiny bathroom....the dining room, main lodge, gift shop lovely, they have a 50's coffee shop where we had breakfast in the morning, while 50's music was playing. The Chateau is a six story structure fourth floor is at road level....

Thank sydette

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Additional Information about Oregon Caves Lodge

Address: 20000 Caves Highway, Oregon Caves National Monument, Cave Junction, OR 97523
Region: United States > Oregon > Cave Junction
Number of rooms: 23
Also Known As:
Oregon Caves Hotel Cave Junction
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“There is no elevator and many stairs. Pack light or reserve a first floor room if trekking your bags is problematic.”
JKerr541, 2 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Our room faced the entry and exit road and during late night and early morning hours the car noise was loud and woke us up frequently. We think it was the hotel staff coming and going, along with a delivery truck that seemed to be in a hurry. I would request a room on the other side of the hotel next time.”
IvanW726, 25 Jul 2014 | Read review
“The rooms are old but clean. Part of their charm is the rustic nature of the furniture and beds. We loved it.”
Lifes2short4me, 29 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Only stay on the third floor if you're not scared of the resident ghost.”
Von_Shmavid, 9 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Book ahead!”
Celestialtravels, 25 Aug 2011 | Read review
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