Breakfast was delicious, the inn was adorable, the staff was friendly. It was nice playing a game of Chinese Checkers in front of the fire with a glass of wine. I highly recommend this for your stay.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Very, very nice Bed and Breakfast. The owners were very welcoming. The rooms were large and you could lay in your bed and look out and see the river and all the birds. Very comfortable bed. The breakfast was very good as well. We would stay here again.
The Inn is located in a really great spot. You can take a 10 min walk to the ocean. The place is just beautifully decorated with many special touches. The breakfast is delightful and the hosts are really really great people. A++++
We spent 2 nights at the historic Requa Inn at the end of a two-week road trip. The hotel has fabulous views of the Klamath river and on the morning we were checking out there were 4 junior bald eagles hunting on the other side of the river that Dave (one of the owners pointed out). In reading their website I realized we are going to be there in slow season when there was little to no local restaurants open, so I asked about dinner accommodations. Barb responded and said that we could use their fridge and grill. Well we picked up a roasted chicken, vegis, bread in Crescent City on our way to the hotel. We had an impromptu picnic in which they supplied all the dinnerware, glasses, etc. as well as the use of their kitchen! They let us use the kitchen to assemble sandwich and snacks for our day trip as well as for the evening.
The breakfasts were fabulous and the room very large and accommodating. The only two MINOR negatives were the bathroom and wireless. In our room ,there was a claw footed tub with a wrap-around shower curtain and a window on one side. Well, if you didn't have the shower curtain completed wrapped around and the previous person had the shower head pointed for an adult, the water sprayed all over the back of the wall. Not a big deal, but I drenched everything . In addition, the bathroom got a little stuffy. You would have to close the door because you couldn't use the sink without closing the door and given the time of year, you didn't want to open the bathroom window.
The second item was the wireless. I was working on this road trip and the wireless was very weak - not their problem - but the provider/location. I actually got wireless access in my room though was farthest from the access point, but not consistently. If you are just checking email, this won't be a big deal but if you want to do any work it is an issue.
My wife and I stayed at the Requa Inn back in 2003, and unfortunately, have not been able to make it back there since. But I was prompted to write after reading a review claiming the inkkeepers were rude. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
My wife & I stumbled upon the Inn while completing a 3-week motorcycle trip through the Pacific Northwest. We were going to spend our last night at the Inn & head home in the morning. Unfortunately (or fortunately!), it was raining so hard we couldn't leave on the motorcycle and we asked to spend another night. Though they were not serving dinner at the Inn that evening, Barb & Dave invited us to eat with them so we didn't have to adventure out on the bike. We had a great meal with wonderful company.
Throughout our entire stay, which included hanging out at the Inn for many hours due to the rain, Barb & Dave went out of their way to make sure we were comfortable and taken care of. Our only regret is that we have been unable to return to the Inn!
We had the most wonderful Thanksgiving getaway. The location is wonderful and the Inn is very clean and well maintained. Our thanksgiving dinner was amazing. The owners, Dave & Barb, were friendly and welcoming. We stayed in the Fern Canyon room and it was large, clean, and had a claw foot tub. Location is perfect. If you are seeing the Redwoods....stay here.