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Oregon Caves Lodge

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Southern Oregon Coast
Reviewed 9 October 2009

Living in Oregon all my life, I have always heard good things about the Oregon Caves and more recently about the Oregon Caves Chateau. My son and I had some leisure time before school started back up and we decided to check it out! Well we were not disappointed! We arrived just in time to catch one of the multiple...

Thank OregonTrail007
Reviewed 12 July 2009

Great charm and ambience until you try to get some sleep. The walls here are paper thin, I could hear the entire conversation of the people in the room above me. The lobby below closes at 1030 pm but a bunch of people remained down there til midnite and a woman with a very whiny voice talked on and on...

1Thank RoadNurse
Corvallis, Oregon
Reviewed 10 May 2009

This was my first time staying at the Oregon Caves Chateau. It is an historic lodge, so more rustic than some accomodations, but a wonderful place to relax!! My room was clean and comfortable, though darkly lit and with only one electric outlet. There are no elevators to the rooms on the second and third floors, and there are stairs...

2Thank Writerwannabee
Orange County, CA, USA
Reviewed 28 September 2008

THE GOOD: This was our second stay at the Oregon Caves. The first time was just my wife and I. This time, we brought out seven year old daughter. We absolutely love the lodge. It's rustic, and fits in well with the surroundings. It dates back to the 1920's, so if you expect a four star "wipe your behind" experience,...

2Thank deliot
Oregon crabber
Reviewed 29 June 2008

Our son had booked here but became ill and since we were in Ashland, not far away we took his reservation. A long and winding drive to the lodge which is one of the great lodges of Oregon. The lodge is right next to Oregon Caves a national monument and was built back in 1915. The unique feature is that...

2Thank Phantom41
Grand Rapids
Reviewed 11 August 2007

Oregon Caves Lodge is off the beaten track. There is a 20 mile drive off a main road to reach the lodge the last 12 twisting, turning, and narrow. I was glad I chose to stay here as I've seen many of the other National Park lodges and they are quite magnificent. Rooms have their own bath but no TV...

2Thank hikinggal
s calif
Reviewed 3 October 2006

Since I booked the cheapest room they have I was surprised to find it comfortably spacious,well appointed and with a window (in the bathroom) that overlooked the courtyard and waterfall. Dinner was wonderful and the charming diner serves a nice breakfast. Very friendly staff who didn't fuss that I was a little late checking out as I caught some of...

2Thank lady_hd_rider
La Canada, California
Reviewed 13 September 2006

This is one of the greatest places in the world to stay overnight! It is a classic mountain lodge. It is not that big so it is not crowded with tourists. The rooms are old-fashioned (no TV's!) with a beautiful forest view out of each window. When we stayed there we felt like we were a million miles away from...

5Thank Rogerdob
Reviewed 14 August 2006

Visited the Chateau for 2 nights last month-very affordable suite of rooms for 5 people-heard all the ghost stories from Joe and other staff-food was great in the diner and restaurant-no TV, telephones so bring some books and ask the front desk for some 100 watt bulbs-rooms are dimly lit-caves are great and the hike to the Big Tree was...

1Thank cutter8
new york
Reviewed 15 July 2006

With beautiful hiking trails for kids to explore, the cave and old time “haunted” atmosphere is great for ghost stories. NO TV makes for plenty of family game time and conversation. I agree the TROUT was the BEST I’ve ever had. Romantic too - Quiet at night , sleeping to the sound of the water fall. Well worth the price...

Thank 4Family4FunNY

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Additional Information about Oregon Caves Lodge

Address: 20000 Caves Highway, Oregon Caves National Monument, Cave Junction, OR 97523
Region: United States > Oregon > Cave Junction
Number of rooms: 23
Also Known As:
Oregon Caves Hotel Cave Junction
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“There is no elevator and many stairs. Pack light or reserve a first floor room if trekking your bags is problematic.”
JKerr541, 2 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Our room faced the entry and exit road and during late night and early morning hours the car noise was loud and woke us up frequently. We think it was the hotel staff coming and going, along with a delivery truck that seemed to be in a hurry. I would request a room on the other side of the hotel next time.”
IvanW726, 25 Jul 2014 | Read review
“The rooms are old but clean. Part of their charm is the rustic nature of the furniture and beds. We loved it.”
Lifes2short4me, 29 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Only stay on the third floor if you're not scared of the resident ghost.”
Von_Shmavid, 9 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Book ahead!”
Celestialtravels, 25 Aug 2011 | Read review
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