We stayed at the Wolf Creek Inn on two separate occasions in the month of August - once before a rafting trip, and once after.
Our extended family stayed the night before a rafting trip - we stayed in 7 of the 9 rooms available. Checking in was bit of a circus, do more to all of us arriving at once, then any ineptness of the hotel staff.
All the rooms have bathrooms, but are rather small. The rooms with double beds really had double beds, except for the suite, which had a queen size bed. The suite is great if you can get it. Supposedly Clark Gable stayed in the room and it is nice to have a little extra space.
Dinner is served at the Inn (but not included in the room cost), and is quite good. The prices are reasonable and the wait staff was very attentive to us - even when all 17 of our family members were seated at two tables.
A cooked full breakfast is included in the room and was quite good. My daughter is a vegan and the hotel staff worked to find her something to eat that would meet her requirements. Actually, all the hotel staff were as accommodating as they could be.
Warning for those who must have TV: there isn't any. But then again, isn't that why we have TiVo?
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wolf Creek Inn is Inviting! Comfortable antique furnishings, cheerful bedroom fabrics, and full private baths in each room invite you to slow down and enjoy a relaxing stay in the oldest continually operating Inn in the Pacific Northwest. Inspirational! Daily free guided tours of this nearly 140 year old establishment will show you how stagecoach, railroad, and automobile travelers have all experienced the Inn's hospitality. Intimate! With just eight uniquely appointed rooms, the welcoming front desk staff will make sure you stay is enjoyable and refreshing. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wolf Creek Hotel Wolf Creek