Weasku Inn

Oregon, USA

The hotel

Heaped in history, Weaksu Inn owes everything to its location. On the banks of the Rogue River, this former fishing lodge attracted Hollywood icons like Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, and Walt Disney, keen to swap the glitz for the great outdoors. A 10 acre riverside retreat, it remains a gateway to some of the Pacific Northwest’s most scenic sights and adventurous diversions, from hiking Crater Lake National Park to jetboating the Rogue River. It’s also kept its intimate lodge-style welcome, with your hosts laying on complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the afternoon, and freshly baked cookies and milk in the evening. And you can still stay in the five original (albeit updated) lodge rooms, although they, and the newer riverfront cabins, now feature all today’s essentials, from cable TV to complimentary WiFi.

Amenities

  • Free Breakfast

Where is it

Grants Pass in South Oregon, nature and adventure are on your doorstep, with jetboating, ballooning, hiking, and, of course, fishing, readily available around Grants Pass. The region is home to Crater Lake National Park, Oregon Caves National Monument, Majestic Redwood Forest, the Upper and Lower Table Rocks, and the Rogue, Illinois, and Applegate Rivers. There are also art and culture festivals, a thriving craft beer scene, and wineries to visit nearby.

Hotel information

18 rooms including 5 lodge rooms, 11 riverfront cabins, 1 A-frame cabin, and 1 river house. All with TV with cable channels, complimentary WiFi, coffee maker, hairdryer, and iron and board. Standard Lodge Rooms are in the historic building and have 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Jacuzzi Lodge Room is in the historic lodge, and has a sitting area, 2 person Jacuzzi tub, and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Lodge Room with Balcony is in the historic lodge, and has a balcony overlooking the ponds, sitting room, bedroom, and 1 queen-size bed and a sofa bed, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

River Cabins have a covered deck facing the river, sitting area with river-rock gas fireplace, bathrobes, and 1 king-size or 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Complimentary full American breakfast, afternoon hors d’oeuvre receptions and evening milk with fresh-baked cookies. Complimentary WiFi. Complimentary self-parking available.

*Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great find on the Rogue River traveling north on I5

Mar 12, 2020 OSUtalon Battle Ground, WA

My husband and I were in room 23 - Cabin with King Bed and River View; we were very happy with the room...loved the outdoor patio with the rocking chairs and the cozy setup of the cabin with a sofa in front of the gas rock fireplace and the very comfortable bed. The grounds were beautiful...the appetizers and breakfast were delicious as well. … Read more
My husband and I were in room 23 - Cabin with King Bed and River View; we were very happy with the room...loved the outdoor patio with the rocking chairs and the cozy setup of the cabin with a sofa in front of the gas rock fireplace and the very comfortable bed. The grounds were beautiful...the appetizers and breakfast were delicious as well. The staff members were very pleasant and accommodating. Restaurants were a short drive away. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Very disappointed

Mar 10, 2020 Jaebrownharnden

I will have to say this was really hard to write this review. This was our 4th time Staying. It was not only my husbands favorite place to stay for our Anniversary weekends but it was also a place we have referred many of our clients. Some of the young staff that checked us in was very accommodating. We normally stay the weekend in one of the… Read more
I will have to say this was really hard to write this review. This was our 4th time Staying. It was not only my husbands favorite place to stay for our Anniversary weekends but it was also a place we have referred many of our clients. Some of the young staff that checked us in was very accommodating. We normally stay the weekend in one of the king spa river cabins. I had let them know we were just there in November, and front desk was very apologetic and mentioned they had a new computer system and my info was not in there. Not a problem I told her we have been coming here for our Anniversary for the Last 4 yrs. She was very nice and told us our cabin was already . We had purchased the wine Tasting package through Travel Zoo. We were set up in the King River Cabin near the Trail, # 42. We were so excited, it was my husbands birthday weekend and couldn’t wait to enjoy the cabin. I kept smelling a strong fragrance coming from the closet that let to the bathroom, i looked up and someone left their sweater in the closet. I went to take it out on patio and leave it for the house keeper since it was giving me a headache. As I went to put it outside I noticed the table was dirty and had a ashtray full of cigarette butts. There were also missing amenities missing ,like the bath salts, so I elected to go to the front desk and ask. I spoke to a Mgr (I didn’t get her name I didn’t think I would need it). Later, we had wanted to have our Happy Hour appetizers in our room and enjoy the fireplace. As we sat the table rocked if you leaned on it and our chairs were really wobbly. Again, we didn’t want to spoil our weekend and made it work. We needed ice for our drinks so I sent my husband. He had to go to the office to get the ice where the front desk agent wasn’t very friendly. I asked what happened he said she was cussing at someone? I asked are you sure it was her? He said all I heard was cussing and she comes back from the back. I thought well maybe someone called out sick or they are short staffed, trying to make light of it since it was again our weekend away. The next Morning (Monday) of check out we get dressed and go enjoy the complimentary breakfast and coffee. We were the only couple in the dining room. Until, a worker comes in while we are eating she doesn’t say Good Morning like they have always have in the past . But, turns to my husband and ask what us what Room are we are staying in ? Seriously? We own a business and we are professionals and we had been there all weekend and we ignored all the little incidentals that made this place special to us. But to see the hurt in my husbands face he said he never felt so insulted. We were dressed nice, we weren’t transients that came off the street we were guests. We got up and left, as I checked out I wanted to speak to the Front Desk Mgr but then I thought would she make it right? Or just insult me and I have to tell my husband our Anniversary next fall can’t be here and it be ruined. So I thought I would let the corporate know my experience this past weekend. This has been our place, and it’s heartbreaking to think we cannot spend another Anniversary at Weasku inn. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Delightful and Convenient Retreat

Mar 4, 2020 Rynsfriend

If you like rustic elegance you should stay here! We stayed in room 42, the King Cabin. The room was clean, cozy and thoughtfully laid out. The Inn is convenient to Highway 5 and 99. We used it as a base to drive into Northern California for work since Medford, Oregon had the closest airport. The employees are extremely friendly and the room… Read more
If you like rustic elegance you should stay here! We stayed in room 42, the King Cabin. The room was clean, cozy and thoughtfully laid out. The Inn is convenient to Highway 5 and 99. We used it as a base to drive into Northern California for work since Medford, Oregon had the closest airport. The employees are extremely friendly and the room came with a generous breakfast. On Saturday, breakfast included delicious made to order waffles with toppings. In the evening warm cookies were laid out for guests and very reasonably priced local wines are available by the glass to sip around the outdoor fire pit. The grounds include redwoods, the Rogue River, ponds and paths. I highly recommend this place! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Visited Again! Still a Great place to Stay

Jan 27, 2020 mychaddy Sacramento

The grounds are lovely. The staff are very nice, especially Gabi. Gabi greeted us each morning with a beaming smile as we enjoyed the included full breakfast: eggs, potatoes, bacon or sausage, biscuits and gravy, juice , coffee, bagels, yogurt, and cereal. Grants Pass is a few minutes drive away. We would come back for a 3rd time. Check it out!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Peaceful getaway, upscale rustic

Nov 28, 2019 829gretchens Eureka, California

Very friendly staff. Clean room, has all the extras you need in each room. Easy to find, not far out of grants pass. Loved the privacy of the cabin we stayed in. Felt really secluded from other guests, unless you want to mingle in the main house. They have planned mixer activities.