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Saint Francis, Minnesota
Reviewed 30 June 2012

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...

2Thank Lifes2short4me
Northern California
Reviewed 10 June 2012

This is a tricky review to write because I love this place on so many levels. The drive up is a real slog, and once you get there it really feels like you're far away from anyplace else. It's wonderful that the lodge still feels old and authentic, but on the flipside it has beds that aren't super comfy and...

4Thank Von_Shmavid
Southwest Washington
Reviewed 5 November 2011

I'm glad we stayed if for nothing more than the experience. The lodge is very old, walls quite thin, very basic. The cave tour was awesome. We also included a stay in the Crater Lake Lodge on this same trip. Definitely a family vacation we won't soon forget!

2Thank MsBee78
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 26 August 2011

The scenery and the caves are wonderful. The lodge is historic and very pretty, but the rooms are rather unexciting, but clean and basic (no tv's or special amenities). This is really the only place to stay in the area, as the caves are at the end of a long drive up a very winding road in the forest. The...

3Thank Celestialtravels
North Bend, Oregon
Reviewed 22 July 2011

We bought the TWO package - cave tour, two nights stay and two dinners -- all for two people. The hotel is a beautiful, rustic old charmer, but the rooms aren't all that nice, and room temperature is unregulatable. The radiator absolutely COOKS the room, so the windows were open a lot, making for a cold room. We found a...

3Thank Hooplehead
Mission Viejo, California
Reviewed 24 August 2010

First off, the location is just beautiful. This is one of the most beautiful places I have stayed in a long time. Inside the lodge is a quiet and relaxing place just to sit and read a book. There is also a cafe where you can get homemade milkshakes and onion rings with pretty friendly service. My group went on...

1Thank mrmaoconnell
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 7 July 2010

The chalet was built in the 1930's. The appeal is location as it is a 20 mile winding road back to town. We stayed there 2 nites. The location is very much in the woods and just feet from the cave opening. There are hiking trails also. It was hot there when we stayed and there is no air and...

1Thank emcman
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Reviewed 24 June 2010

You can't beat the location if nature is what you want. The lodge/chateau is rustic, but nice. The main dining room was a little disappointing, but the coffee shop was excellent. We plan to come back again even though it is 1,500 miles from home.

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Colfax, California
Reviewed 18 October 2009

The Chateau at the Oregon Caves (I am unsure why they call it "the Lodge" here) is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2009, and a visit there is like a step back into a different time. Everything from the design, to the furniture, from the diner to the ambivalence created by the 30s and 40s music playing in the lobby,...

3Thank geislg
Southern Oregon Coast
Reviewed 10 October 2009

Living in Oregon all my life, I have always heard good things about the Oregon Caves and more recently about the Oregon Caves Chateau. My son and I had some leisure time before school started back up and we decided to check it out! Well we were not disappointed! We arrived just in time to catch one of the multiple...

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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
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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.”
 of 5 bubbles 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.”
 of 5 bubbles 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.”
 of 5 bubbles Lifes2short4me, 29 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Only stay on the third floor if you're not scared of the resident ghost.”
 of 5 bubbles Von_Shmavid, 9 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Book ahead!”
 of 5 bubbles Celestialtravels, 25 Aug 2011 | Read review
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