- Complimentary Breakfast
- Family Friendly
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mountain or Water View
- Pet Friendly
Loved this Lodge
Stayed here 2 nights on our way North to Seattle and again 1 night on way back home to Calif. Stayed in the Lodge (room 3, which we loved with it's huge window seat). It was so cozy- plus the late afternoon "snacks" (enough for a light dinner); evening fresh baked cookies; and morning breakfast selections meant we could just relax there rather than going looking for places to eat. Weather was chilly, so the big fireplace in the Great Room made it a wonderful place to sit & talk or read. Staff was very friendly and accommodating also.
A perfect getaway
My husband and I just returned from 4 nights at the Weasku Inn. We stayed in a cabin (that was really nice). All of the cabins have private decks. We spent hours out there, enjoying the fresh air and view of mountains, trees, ducks. We could also see the river. We also enjoyed spending time in front of our fireplace when it got chilly. We never went out to eat, but enjoyed the breakfast buffet, afternoon hors d'oeuvres (plenty of food to be considered dinner) and finishing out the day with freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. All of the staff were friendly, but Jay really stood out, with his kindness, helpfulness, and treating everyone like they are special. Thank you so much!
Charming and enjoyable stay!
We enjoyed the setting and ambiance of Weasku Inn so much we extended our stay. We started in the King Cabin, which afforded us a lovely balcony, cozy fireplace, loveseat, table and chairs and plenty of space to do some remote work. Huge fans of history and the charming original inn, we spent our last two days in the lodge in room #4, a longtime favorite of Clark Gable and other Hollywood folk from days gone by. The friendly staff (Brett, Deanna, Corinne (sp?) who cheerfully staffed daily breakfast, afternoon hors d’ouevres, wine tastings and evening cookies and milk only added to the appeal. Everyone from the grounds team and throughout the Weasku took care and went out of their way to make us welcome. Thank you for a great visit!
What an absolute find!!! Stay here if you can!
What a breath of fresh air! Literally! Found a special deal on Travelzoo and snapped it up, called and was able to stay that same night for 4 days. The deal included a bottle of wine waiting in our room, a king bed room on the Rogue River, and wine tasting at any of 14 wineries (self tour). What was especially nice was the late breakfast until 11, appetizers and drinks at 430, then amazing warm cookies and smores and milk or other beverages at 730. The room was very nice, rustic with open wood beams, a comfy bed, a nice gas fireplace, good sized bathroom with a keurig for coffee service and water, and a nice private patio on the river side where guests can smoke outdoors. The lodge has such great history, is nearly 100 years old! And it's just beautiful. It was the perfect quick getaway and I do plan to return. The staff were all very friendly and the facilities were clean. I travel a lot and I thought this was a wonderful experience. Great job Weasku Lodge!!! I will be back!!
The Gold Standard of lodging
I grew up in Medford and probably drove by the Weasku Inn thirty or forty times and never gave it a second look. Recently, however, I saw a story on the "Medford and Surrounding Area" facebook page about the history of Weasku Inn. Clark Gable was an avid fisherman and a frequent guest. He was vacationing there in 1941 when his wife, Carole Lombard was killed in a plane crash. Clark Gable never left his room (#4) for two weeks as he was grieving the loss of his wife.We booked a room (#4) as we were traveling through on our way to Vancouver, WA. Everything was spot on! Considering this lodge is nearly 100 years old, it is very nice inside and out.