The lodge is located in the rural southwest corner of Oregon, situated on a wooded stretch of the engaging Rogue River and just 7 miles from the Pacific Ocean. All our rooms, named after places on the Rogue, offer an uncommon blend of “deep down” comfort surrounded by nature. They share an expansive, soothing view of the river.
- Air Conditioning,
- Mountain or Water View,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Internet Access,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Fantastic property !!
My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights at the recommendation of a friend and we were so glad we came . Kyle , Mike , Jan , Ashley and all the staff could not have been more welcoming. The food was best we had in our entire trip around Oregon . The entire property was beautiful with views of the river from every room . I would give this lodge my highest rating !!
Fabulous place and stay
There is nothing like Tu Tu Tun Lodge! This was our second stay here and this time, we brought my two sisters and their husbands! We had one of the rooms plus the River House. Our accommodations were absolutely fabulous. Luxurious in every way! We pretty much hung out on the property the entire weekend, enjoying the beauty of the river, the peacefulness of being close to the water and in such a setting, and the wonderful food. Our two evening meals were to die for ..... the chef truly is talented in how he puts the menu together and the presentation and quality. Hope it's not too long before we can make our way there again!
Wonderful relaxing lodge
Terrific lodge on the banks of the Rogue River. Rooms are very comfortable, with lovely views of the river, food is good and they place is great to just chill out, hike, sleep, or simply enjoy the wonderful scenery. Staff is very accommodating
Still Oregon's premier loge experience
If you are looking for a warm, friendly, and delicious experience then this is the place for you. We returned after 3 years from our first visit to find an even better experience. First the location on the banks of the Rogue river is picturesque and the fact that it is a few miles inland from the coast (despite the Gold Beach address) means that summertime temperatures are warmer and they seldom get enveloped in the marine layer fog that can shroud the coastline even on otherwise nice days inland. Still the ocean beach is only a few minutes by car should you prefer that over the river. They are also far enough from any major light pollution so the nighttime sky can be quite spectacular. The loge itself has individual rooms, all with deck or patio with views of the river and an outside hot tub but no TV (not a bad thing for true relaxation). There are also two larger suites with commanding views of the river and the property in the main building. For this trip we opted for the Osprey Bend house, one of three houses on the property. This was the largest of the three houses with three bedrooms, large living and dining rooms all with great views of the river and surrounded off by an expansive set of decks with ample outdoor furniture for lounging or entertaining. It was first rate in every detail and a great place for a family (note summer guests must be at least 10 years old) or up to three couples traveling together. The house was set apart for privacy but not so far that you will miss hearing the dinner bell. The dining experience is always a highlight here. They have one seating, preceded by drinks and hors d'oeuvres, where the guests are all seated together around round tables with the seating chart managed by the hosts to facilitate conversation. Generally you are asked in advance if you are dining in and if you have any dietary restrictions. While the 5-course dinner is a fixed menu an alternate to any course that does not meet your restrictions is provided and everything is fresh, inventive, often unique, and always wonderful. There is a fixed (reasonable) price breakfast which is great but not included unless you opt for the hors doeurve/dinner/breakfast option. We were informed that this year they will be closing for the winter season to do renovations. I'm not sure what they will be but I'm sure they will be in keeping with the overall vibe of the property. One thing I am hoping for is a new pool deck. The exposed aggregate looks nice but it has become a bit too exposed for tender feet, which is about the only complaint I could think of for this excellent property.
3 night 25th wedding anniversary stay
We stayed here 15 years ago for our 10th and it was perfection personified. I said it was effortless excellence. How do you improve on that? The answer is you don't. For the most part, it was as good as it was 15 years ago; there were a couple of things I noticed however. There was no evidence of recycling in the room or in the lobby area. What was a little more disconcerting to me was the way we were scolded for not informing them one day we weren't going to be there for breakfast. Had we known that was a requirement, we would have said something, but we were never told that. Also, well before we got there I informed them my wife was diabetic, but nothing was done to address that either at breakfast or dinner. ( No sugar free syrup for example so she couldn't have the pancakes or the French toast.) So, a little slippage in the service. ( On the plus side, the food, as always, was fantastic!) Now, for the good, and most of it was fantastic. We had room 28, top floor at the end and of course, the view was superb. We had a king bed and the deck gave us the great view of the lawn and the river. The bed was so comfy as were the chairs on the deck, which we used on many occasions. We didn't get to use the soaking tub but it was used on our last visit and was fantastic. I loved the evening "turndown" with the water and "dessert" as well as the free coffee in the morning brought to the room. The deer still come by around 5:00 to wander the lawn and eat the apples and generally look cute. Oh cocktail hour is still announced by the ringing of a bell and the drinks are still plentiful as are the hors d'oeuvres. The pool water is still so warm and inviting. Oh, that reminds me. Tu Tu Tun will be closing for a renovation in the fall, ( November?) primarily to work on the pool. Exactly what will be done is unknown. We'll find out. So, overall, again, I still love the place and I would come back, despite the slight missteps in service.