We stayed for four nights on a trip to explore Redwoods National Park after my husband read "The Wild Trees." The location of the inn places you right in the middle of the two best sections of the National Park with the oldest trees to the north and great trails to the south. The building may be historic, but the guest rooms have a clean fresh feeling with comfortable ammenities. I do recommend the rooms facing the Klamath River. Except for a few power lines, we enjoyed watching the fogs roll in and the native fishermen dropping gill nets. The common rooms gave us many chances to meet fellow travelors and share ideas for places to visit. David, the innkeeper, is a wonderful source of info with maps, tide charts, ranger talk schedules, place to eat and more. There are also books available about the local history of the former town of Requa, the life story of the inn, and the Crescent City tsunami of 1964. Breakfast is generous, coffee and tea are always available and cookies appear in the dinning room each afternoon.
- 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