The chalet was built in the 1930's. The appeal is location as it is a 20 mile winding road back to town. We stayed there 2 nites. The location is very much in the woods and just feet from the cave opening. There are hiking trails also. It was hot there when we stayed and there is no air and we got the setting sun so the room was hot.
This is a rustic chalet and nothing close to a posh resort . I knew that so it was fine. The coffee shop was old school like the old soda fountains with a winding counter and no tables. Dining room was OK but the food seemed a bit overpriced for what it was but then you are not close to anything else.
I was fun for a night or maybe two but any more would be a long time there as the trails are not long hikes.
Also when warm at night just go near the cave opening and get a nice cool breaze out of it.
- Also Known As:
- Oregon Caves Hotel Cave Junction