It’s the charm, history, and details of this inn that will make Weasku Inn your special place. It’s an enchanting place where memories are made and life takes a deep breath of rest and relaxation.This Oregon legend was built in 1924 along the banks of the scenic Rogue River. It was a vacation retreat to many Hollywood personalities such as Clark Gable, Carol Lombard, and Walt Disney. In 1993, Country House Inns purchased the Weasku Inn and began restoring it.The restoration was completed in September 1998. The five rooms in the main lodge were updated, eleven cabins built and an original A-frame cabin remodeled. The updating added additional features for our guests while maintaining the original character and splendor of the Weasku Inn.Since its completion, “Travel and Leisure Magazine” named this historic landmark “One of the top 25 Lodges in the United States”. Recently, in “1,000 Places to See Before You Die: A Traveler’s Life List”, Patricia Shultz declared the Weasku Inn one of those “must see” places. In May of 2018, the New York Times ranked the Rogue River as place 13 on “The 52 Places to Go in 2018” where their travel writer describes his charming stay at Weasku Inn.We invite you to step back in time, restore yourself and create new beginnings at the wonderful Weasku Inn.
- Air Conditioning
- Family Friendly
- Complimentary Breakfast
Weasku Lodge; a wonderful place to stay.
Excellent accommodation. We stayed in a cabin. Very comfortable and relaxing. Staff were all helpful and extremely pleasant. Food was great. We enjoyed the lodge wood fireplace. I highly recommend the Weasku Inn. I have nothing to suggest to improve on. The full hot breakfast, the afternoon appetizers, the fresh cookies and s’mores were an added plus to an overall wonderful experience !
November Weekend Getaway at Weasku Inn
My husband and I decided to take the 3 hours drive from Bend to unplug for a weekend at Weasku Inn. We were excited to unplug for a weekend and to step back in time so to speak. I had read reviews of exceptional cleanliness and we were looking forward to a rustic, relaxing weekend. We had an unfortunate arrival at Weasku Inn, checking in to a Riverfront Cabin Suite that looked clean at first glance and got dirtier and dirtier as we began to unpack. Upon finding an inexcusable mess in the bathroom of the room we'd be in less than 5 minutes, I called Front Desk and they promptly moved us to the room next door which was cleaner, but still in desperate need of a good, deep-clean. I tried not to look too closely during our 2-night stay but allowed myself a more critical eye upon packing for check out and was quite appalled. A dusting, new carpet that isn't stained, and a fresh coat of paint would be a great start. The bedding was also lumpy, but at least the sheets in our 2nd cabin weren’t stained. While riverfront, there are no views of the river (at least from Cabin 41). And no real maintained path to walk directly along the river. The grounds themself and the lodge are both charming. Again, with a nice deep clean and some desperately needed updates (not for modernization's sake, but for cleanliness's sake) they could really have something special. For mobile limited folk, you’ll want to have front desk people assist you with check-in as there is a bit of a gravel walkway from where you park to the riverfront rooms. The free. breakfast is a nice touch as is the reception from 4:30-6:30 (no alcoholic drinks included in reception). A vegetarian option other than cold vegetables would be appreciated. Even though my husband is an avid fly-fisherman and this would be a great spot for us to enjoy a relaxing weekend together, we will not return due to the cleanliness issues experienced.
5 Star Gem
I found this place by chance online, I had no idea what a gem it would be, in more ways than one. I walked in early evening. I had the most warmest sincere welcoming I have ever had from a hotel reception. Believe me I have spent over two years of my life in hotels and this place stood out. I stayed in the main house which had a rustic feel, with its open wood fire place by reception with the aroma of burning wood. The lounge area is a great social setting with country music playing softly in the background. My room had a warm welcoming feel, decorated in-keeping with the period of the property. I ventured downstairs and sat outside for an hour around the open pit fire where I cooked some marsh mellows I was given, and also heated up some potato skins over the fire. I would seriously go out of my way to visit this place again. The only regret I have is I wish I had stayed longer. The staff at this hotel are a real credit to the business, they couldn’t do enough for you, which in this day and age is a rarity.
75th BiRthDay StAy
The cabin was rustic. We are elderly & disabled so navigating the walk with our luggage down to the cabin was some what difficult.We did request assistance and help was provided. The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. The Inn offers appitizers-cookies-and breakfast, which was very presented. The staff was very accomodating and friendly. Just a few minor notes- the bed is very high-in our cabin one step stool was provided. The tv was positioned in a location that made it difficult to watch tv while in bed. Overall a wonderful stay. Highly recommend. The lodge is almost 100 years old charming -beafutil a peaceful-quiet getaway.
Our weekend at Weasku Inn
The staff was friendly and efficient and our cabin was beautiful. We went on the Hellgate Jetboat Trip and had a lovely time. The bed was comfortable and the scenery around the lodge was just beautiful. We will most definitely go back & stay.