Rhodes' End Bed and Breakfast
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Rhodes' End Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable accommodations and a hearty morning meal amid surroundings of unsurpassed natural beauty. North of Eureka approximately one hour, and thirty minutes below Crescent City, Rhodes' End is nestled amongst the majestic redwoods and bordered by the Klamath River, at the end of Highway 169. Klamath is the west coast center for salmon and steelhead fishing. Ocean beaches, hiking trails and wildlife are abundant. The Tour Thru Tree, Klamath River Jet Boat Tours, Fern Canyon, the Trees of Mystery and one of the finest Native American artifact collections as reflected in the End of the Trail Museum are just minutes away.
A blend of old and new, guests can relax in the parlor, listen to quiet music, read a book, and feel the warmth of a romantic fire. Feel free to wander in the garden. Rhodes' End has three spacious rooms from which to choose, all with private baths.
Lynn is a licensed massage therapist, and offers massages in her studio.
Lynn will prepare your breakfast which may include flavored coffee or tea, fruit smoothie,
and a main entree such as broccoli frittata or a farmer's strata, followed by
a sweet second course (French toast or a specialty bread pudding).
Smoking allowed on porches. No pets/ children.
- Jet boat rides with Klamath Jet Boat Tours
- Native artifacts at the End of Trail Musuem
- Rafting at Klamath River White White water or with Tributary Whitewater Tours
- Bird watching and hiking at National Parks
- Klamath beaches