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San Jose, California
Reviewed 21 August 2013

We were fortunate to find this place. It is close to Crater Lake National Park, and is very quiet. There is a kitchenette with microwave and stove-top, and a full size refrigerator with freezer. We enjoyed the stay. We also liked the owner Adrian and his "office" with many antiques. He was informative and interesting. This is by no means...

Thank L X
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 25 July 2013 via mobile

We spent three nights in the 1930's era cabin and found it comfortable and charming. There is NOTHING around this location so you are on your own for food and entertainment which was not a problem for us. The location is quiet and peaceful and close to Crater Lake National Park. As long as you are not expecting modern amenities...

Thank TsviShlomo
Oregon, USA
Reviewed 8 May 2013

Close to the entrance of Crater Lake N.P. in a quiet, set-back-from-the-road setting these cabins are perfect for a winter time stay. There's a small kitchen, a central old fashioned oil heater, comfortable beds and a bathroom with hot water in the shower/tub combo. The place was very clean, though as other reviewers had mentioned, there's dust on the floor...

2Thank DeborahPeace
Reviewed 18 August 2012

Great place to stay when visiting Crater Lake and area. The owners/hosts are super friendly and helpful, the cabins are very clean and neat, and the interiors have been well taken care of to retain the origianl 30's detail and feel. Very comfy bed & Annie Creek running nearby is wonderful background music. Super quiet as well. The rates are...

2Thank T P
Reviewed 14 August 2012

Great place to stay when visiting Crater Lake or just to relax for a couple of days. There is no plasma tv, internet, or Jacuzzi, but the place is special! The property is still somewhere in the sixties, but you will be amazed how well it is maintained and how much style it has. The first thing you notice is...

2Thank BCMartin
Reviewed 30 July 2012

The room was clean and quaint. It was very different as we have always stayed in hotels. It was a fantastic change from the hustle and bustle of our regular routine. 10 min from Crater Lake. We spent family time hiking to the little creek, playing UNO and telling ghost stories. Lit the heater each morning and really connected. It...

2Thank Momof3boysinTX
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 16 July 2012

Wilson's Cottages is the perfect way to spend a family vacation away from the chaos of city life. The cottages are modest but very clean, pine soap and clean towels were the first things I noticed. Be forewarned that the geographical area is comprised of volcanic ash so if you track it into your cottage it will be because of...

4Thank May D
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 22 August 2011

The cottages are about 7 miles northwest of Ft. Klamath, OR. They were built in the 30's and the owner has retained as much as that old style as possible. If you want the luxury and all the conveniences of a modern motel, don't stay. If you like the older look and feel and the nostalgia and quaintness that goes...

Thank tatom
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 24 July 2011

If you've read bad reviews of Wilson's Cottages, then they are simply from folks who somehow expected a hotel experience just outside of a secluded national park. If you are looking for a couple of cozy notches above a camping experience that includes a bed, a kitchen, and a shower, then this is your place. The cottages were hand-built with...

2Thank rsirwin2
Reviewed 11 June 2011

We stayed here because it was the only thing we could find with vacancy. The price was amazing. I think it was about $100 for a 2 bdrm cottage with a garage. On check in we were asked if we wanted coffee for in the morning. We are both coffee drinkers so we said yes. I was then handed a...

2Thank Marcie2222

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Additional Information about Wilson's Cottages

Address: Route 62, PO Box 488, Fort Klamath, OR 97626
Region: United States > Oregon > Fort Klamath
Price Range: $94 - $135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 25
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“One boiler heats all the water, so be prepared to let the hot water run for a while if'n you're a fur piece down the line.”
65vickiem, 23 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Try to find out if there's one particular cabin that has more reliable hot water -- maybe closer to the tank, wherever that is?”
edisoncarter23, 13 Oct 2013 | Read review
“Not much to buy or eat around, so I very much recommend buying stuff for your entire stay in Klamath Falls or somewhere else before you arrive, and making or heating up your food in the cabin.”
Seder111, 11 Sep 2013 | Read review
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