Good place to stay, the night after our river trip.
Like my title says, it's often about context when you right a review. "Resort" is a somewhat misleading name. The Resort is on either side of Galice Road, with the store and restaurant on one side and all the lodging on the other side, up a steep hill. The store and restaurant sit along the Rogue river. The food is basic but good, they have a decent tap-beer and wine selection, but the main attraction is the big deck to eat on, that overlooks the Rogue. The staff was all very friendly. I appreciated especially that they let us leave our two motorcycles by the lodging while were were on a 4-day Rogue rafting trip (it probably helped that we were staying there the night after the trip, but still...)
We stayed just one night in one of the cabins. There were four of us--one couple took the queen bed and the other couple took the bunk beds. Mind you, these rooms are very small, all the beds in the same room, and have a small and very basic bathroom. Also, mind you, we didn't care (this is where "context" comes in). We had just completed a 4-day river trip, so we weren't going to be overly picky about the beds, the size of the room, or the shower so long as the shower worked. On the plus, all 4 cabins have a fantastic outside seating area behind them that overlooks the store/restaurant, and was a fun place for the four of us to sit and laugh and drink wine.
Having said all that, if it wasn't either the night before and/or the night after a Rogue river trip, I can't say I would've made it my point to stay here. What made it best was the recent trip and the company we were with, and not so much the place itself. If you're going on the Rogue, btw, several rafting companies meet up here, so your chances of being here in that case are pretty high.
Still, it was a fun place to stay, shop, eat, look at the river, all-in-all.
I'll share one last thing, it's meant for the owners, and I say this on all my reviews from our motorcycle trip...so I'm not picking on any one place. If you have people that ask if they can do some of their own laundry, the answer should always be "yes"! Every place has laundry machines. They have to. So, especially for motorcycle adventurers who can't carry as much as people in cars, and especially because adventurers like to stay in historic or isolated places (like Gallice!) that may not even have laundromats, just say "yes" to the laundry question. Tell them it's available only after a certain time (so you're staff can do their work first), charge them $5 for the use, charge them $10...whatever, sometimes I would've paid like $20 for the convenience. Or be super nice and don't charge them. Regardless...just let them use the laundry machines. It's a really nice thing you can offer for your guests.