Every room in the Inn is different, and there is sure to be one that is just right for you. Some have magnificent views of the Klamath River and each has a private bathroom - some with claw-foot bathtubs - and are furnished in antiques. All have wonderfully comfortable beds dressed in crisp white cotton sheets, down pillows and comforters, and quilts. You'll enjoy the cozy warmth of down even in the summer with a cool ocean breeze drifting through your bedroom window. As an expression of our love for hiking in the redwoods, each room is named after trails in the area. All rooms are on the second floor of the hotel. Sorry, we do not have an elevator. Remember too that there are no phones or TVs in any of the rooms. There is a television off the main dining room (as well as a guest computer and piano); and a phone in the living room for guest use.
#1 - The Post Office
Formerly the town of Requa's post office, this space features a Queen sized bed in a small bedroom, a walk-in shower in a tiled bathroom and an ajoined living room featuring bamboo floors, a seating area and a couch that coverts into a full-size bed. This room features the only television in the Inn- a large HD TV with direct tv. The Post Office has a private, outdoor entrance, is on the street level and faces the River. There's a bubbling brook alongside the room most of the year. Noise can be heard from the dining room above, which is usually quiet by 9:30pm (and you won't notice if you're dining with us!).
#6 - Rhododendron
Located in the southwest corner of the Inn, the Rhododendron Room has a river view, lovely natural light, an antique birds-eye maple queen bed set, and wallpaper that we believe is original to the 1914 building. The room’s private bath, built in the old water tower, is charming if small, and has a claw-foot tub and shower.
#7 - Dolason Prairie
Dolason Prairie is a large northwest corner room with a California King Bed and a nice sitting area with an armchair and coffee table. The private bathroom, built in the old water tower, is small but functional with a large new walk-in shower.
#8 - Emerald Ridge
Another popular river view room, Emerald Ridge has a large, private bathroom with a tub/shower combination. The bedroom, decorated with the original 1914 wallpaper, has an antique walnut queen bed set.
#9 - Stout Grove
Two small bedrooms, one with a queen bed and one with a double bed, with one bathroom shared by the two rooms. Bathroom includes a claw-foot tub with shower. Click on the photo to see bigger pictures. Room occupancy not to exceed four. Kids are included as additional adults.
Rate based on double occupancy - sleeps up to 4 at $15 per extra guest
#10 - Carruthers Cove
One of our largest and brightest rooms, Carruthers Cove has four large windows overlooking the river, a four-poster king bed with mariner’s quilt, a new electric fireplace, and a large private bath with walk-in shower.
#12 - Yurok Loop
Yurok Loop is our smallest and coziest room in the Inn. It features a full-size bed and private bathroom with clawfoot tub and shower. This room is best for early risers, as some kitchen noise can be heard as breakfast is prepared after 7:00 a.m.
#14 - Boat Creek
Boat Creek is a bright and charming river view room with a queen bed. Relax in the comfortable sitting area while enjoying a grand view of the river. This room has a private bathroom with a walk-in shower.
#15 - Hobbs Wall
Hobbs Walls is a comfortable room that features a full bed (with an heirloom bedframe) and a small private bath with a clawfoot tub. Hobbs Walls is right above the kitchen, so expect some noise in the morning (you'll also be the first to smell the bacon!)
#17 - Redwood Creek
Redwood Creek is small but bright and comfortable. The room has a full-size four-poster bed and a private bath including a claw-foot tub with shower. Single occupancy is recommended.
#20 - Cathedral Trees
Cathedral Trees is arguably our most beautiful room. It features a queen-size birds-eye maple four-poster pillow-top bed and matching maple dresser. Twin antique velvet chairs provide a comfortable view of the river. A romantic claw-foot tub is situated with a river view as well. We used a white vessel sink mounted on an antique commode to create the look of the pitcher and basin that was probably the only water in the room when it was constructed in 1914. (Ours does have running water!) In addition to the tub, this room has a separate bathroom with a toilet and 48-inch shower.
#21 - Hidden Beach
In the northeast corner of the Inn, Hidden Beach is small and cozy, with a beautiful antique walnut bed set. In spring and early summer, you can hear a gurgling brook outside your window. The room has a double bed and a private bath including a claw-foot tub with shower. This room is recommended for single occupancy, but two people are welcome.
#22 - Fern Canyon
Fern Canyon, a southeast corner room with an expansive view of the river, is our largest and most breathtaking room. It has a four-poster king-size bed and deluxe mattress. Often this is the room guests choose after touring all of them. The room’s only shortcoming is its small but functional private bath with claw-foot tub and shower. The smaller-than-standard tub supposedly came from a 19th century passenger ship. In spring and early summer, guests in Fern Canyon are lulled to sleep by the sound of a brook that runs along the east side of the building.
Rates are double occupancy per night, exclusive of tax, and include a hot and hearty country breakfast. Hotel occupancy tax in our county is 8.25%.
Children are people too and must be included in room occupancy. We accept well-behaved children 8 years of age and older; no babies, toddlers or young children. If you are traveling with children, let's talk before you make a reservation to be sure we have a good fit.
We are sorry but we do not accept pets at the Inn. (Note: Service animals are welcome, of course.)
We do not have roll-away beds, nor do we allow extra people to stay in rooms designed for one or two. Please do not bring sleeping bags or air mattresses.
We welcome guests from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. If you want to check in early, please call and make arrangements to do so because we sometimes lock the lobby from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for cleaning and shopping. If you are going to be arriving later than 8 p.m., please call and let us know. We can give you a combination to open the upstairs door if the front desk is closed when you arrive. You don't really want us to answer the door in our pajamas. It's not attractive! Check-out time is 11 a.m.
For a Reservation During our High Season (May 1 to September 30):
There is no deposit required, but balance is due in full on checkout.We accept all major credit cards and personal checks.
Cancellation: If notice is given at least seven (7) days prior to the day of arrival, you will receive a full refund minus a $15 processing fee. (This fee merely covers what we have to pay the credit card company every time we charge or refund your card.)
If you cancel less than seven (7) days prior to your reservation, you are responsible for the full amount of your stay less any nights we are able to re-book. We will do our very best to re-book the room so that you don't incur the expense.
If you decide to leave early, you are still responsible for the entire stay you reserved. We will do our best to re-book your room. If we are successful, you will receive a refund of the amount we re-booked.
For a Reservation in Off Season (Oct. 1 to April 30):
No advance payment is required. Payment in full is due on checkout.
Cancellation: If you call by 9 a.m. on the date of your arrival, we can cancel your reservation without charge. If you fail to notify us, we will charge your credit card for one night's stay.
Early departures: No problem. Please let us know by 9 a.m. if you are checking out so that we can prepare your room for another guest.
Group Reservations (4 or more rooms):
For group reservations of four (4) or more rooms, high season policies apply year round except that we require fourteen (14) days notice for cancellation. Our processing fee for groups is $15 per room.
If you have special circumstances that prevent you from visiting us - an accident, illness, death in the family, etc. - talk to us. One of the advantages of staying at a small, family-run inn is that we can bend the rules in special circumstances. If you make up a story to save yourself a few bucks, you will undoubtedly incur 50 years of bad karma. :) Please call us for rates and policies for rental of the entire inn.