As a historic inn, it has its quirks and creaks, but that's part of its charm. The location is very pretty at the mouth of the Klamath River. Because of the lack of nearby alternatives, we ate two dinners at the inn. We ordered pescatarian meals and were very disappointed with the first night's dinner, which primarily consisted of some heavy almond biscuit-like thing, but my husband spoke to the person at the front desk about it and asked that we be given a decent-sized fish entree the next night, which we got, and it was very good. Overall, the dinner items seemed like immature gourmet efforts, but effort was being put into the dishes.
Mostly we enjoyed the people we met at dinner. The inn seems to attract a very nice and interesting clientele, and dinner conversations made the evenings really fun. As others have mentioned, the breakfasts are great and hearty, and the pancakes are amazing.
The general area is beautiful, and the Requa Inn is well situated. We would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled at the mouth of Northern California's Klamath River, where the Redwoods meet the sea, the Requa Inn has been a home away from home for almost a century. Built from old growth redwood, the 12 room inn features private bathrooms in every guestroom and a sumptuous breakfast cooked to order every morning. Guests also enjoy the best of local organic food in the Inn's restaurant every evening with a fine selection of regional wines. Featuring wi-fi throughout the property, the Historic Requa Inn is the perfect basecamp for a redwood adventure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Historic Requa Hotel Klamath