It's a testimony to the Requa Inn that they draw travelers from all over. There are only a dozen rooms, but during my two-night stay they had guests from (if I'm remembering correctly) Oregon, Washington, Indiana, New York, Florida, DC, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec (and maybe others). The inn is very clean and comfortable, the hosts and help are very friendly, and the food is top-notch. I enjoyed an excellent dinner of Klamath River salmon while looking out the window at the Klamath River--my inner locavore is happy.
About the only drawback is that if you have a room on the river side, you'll hear traffic noise from the road that runs *very* close to the inn on that side--but (unusually!) they warn you about this on the website, and it's still worth getting a room on that side for the view.
I stayed at about ten different places in an extended trip to California. There were only two or three places that I was genuinely sorry to leave, and the Requa Inn was one of them.
- 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 over a century. Built from old growth redwood, the 13 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 and beer. 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