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The Requa Inn is located about a mile from the Pacific Ocean on the north bank of the Klamath River just west of the tiny town of Klamath, California. From chairs on the front porch or through the large picture windows on the main floor...More
We stayed for 3 nights at the Requa Inn while we were touring the Pacific North West. It was the ideal place to stay to see the redwood forests.
Although some reviewers said their rooms were small, the room we were allocated was quite large....More
This place has a wonderful homely feel about it. You can relax into the place and soak up the calm. Some people have expressed reservations about the family style dining but over our two nights we had good company and conversation that we wouldn't have...More
I didn't learn enough about the history of the inn other than it dates from the 1930s; I should have asked and studied more. But, it's a difficult climate with significant fog and typical dampness for the coast -- almost cold for desert rats. The...More
It looks pretty basic from the outside but keep an open mind. The Inn is actually quite cozy and pleasant, and by the way, is the only place in the area if you don’t camp. Our room was very small and it was difficult to...More
There is both a lighthouse and beach in Crescent City which is about a 20 minute drive north of Requa but I did not see either near the hotel. You could call or email the hotel and find out if there any any closer.
Response from JohnieBean | Reviewed this property |
There are a few other options. A small local place is Woodland Villa Market. We had a good meal there. Also there is a restaurant beside the casino, Ibelieve is called Abalone. We loved the breakfasts at the Historic Rogue... More
There are a few other options. A small local place is Woodland Villa Market. We had a good meal there. Also there is a restaurant beside the casino, Ibelieve is called Abalone. We loved the breakfasts at the Historic Rogue Inn but felt dinner options in the area were limited. Crescent City is another option. I hope this helps.
Response from RequaInnkeeper | Property representative |
Because of our remote location the wifi can be very hit and miss with its signal. More often than not it works just fine but there are those days that we have issues with it.
Take care, Innkeeper