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 Exquisite, historic, friendly, riverside inn

Jul 3, 2020 zagated NYC

We stayed here in June 2020. They had set up all the protective measures for distancing. They did their best to maintain their high standard of hospitality including both breakfast and snacks and cookies in the evening for guests. They had to serve most things in plastic wrapping. We sampled local beers and wines, modestly priced. We stayed… Read more
We stayed here in June 2020. They had set up all the protective measures for distancing. They did their best to maintain their high standard of hospitality including both breakfast and snacks and cookies in the evening for guests. They had to serve most things in plastic wrapping. We sampled local beers and wines, modestly priced. We stayed in the Walt Disney room of upstairs in the main lodge. It was cozy, did not have a refrigerator but they gave us ice for our small cooler bag. In other hotels during our trip, they simply abolished all breakfasts and other services that normally come with the room, but this Inn went the extra mile to maintain their traditions so everyone could have a special experience. The Inn was so beautiful we took many pictures inside and out. We walked the canal and river areas behind the Inn. This Inn was a highlight of our trip through Oregon. The town of Grants Pass was fun to see as well. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Relaxing with very friendly staff

Jun 10, 2020 lorrib168

What a beautiful place to stay! We stayed in the lodge our room was very comfortable. The grounds are beautiful and the have several cabins you can rent. They had appetizers in the evening and homemade cookies at night! In the morning they serve us a wonderful breakfast with homemade Apple cinnamon bread. We played card games in the lobby at the… Read more
What a beautiful place to stay! We stayed in the lodge our room was very comfortable. The grounds are beautiful and the have several cabins you can rent. They had appetizers in the evening and homemade cookies at night! In the morning they serve us a wonderful breakfast with homemade Apple cinnamon bread. We played card games in the lobby at the poker table! What a hidden gem! We will be back! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Relaxing and peaceful

Jun 7, 2020 Jennifer O White Salmon, Washington

Wonderful place to stay. Great hiking nearby, excellent wineries to visit, peaceful and well-kept grounds, friendly staff. Good food at inn and River's Edge restaurant nearby. Highly recommend if you're looking for a quiet getaway.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Wonderful week

May 29, 2020 melissasP457AA Saint Paul, Minnesota

We spent a wonderful wedding week at this historic inn, nesting in one of their beautiful riverside cabins. The staff went above and beyond to make our time feel special, with lots of thoughtful touches to help us celebrate our marriage, even during this time of social distancing and caution.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Fabulous as usual

May 18, 2020 106kristinec

We are in the opening stages of being in Covid-19 quarantine. Even though there had to be numerous changes in procedures for the Inn for safety of staff and quests. I thought our stay was perfect. I'm sure the lodge was short staffed, but everyone was helpful and our cabin #18 was found in clean conditions. I didn't understand the heating/air… Read more
We are in the opening stages of being in Covid-19 quarantine. Even though there had to be numerous changes in procedures for the Inn for safety of staff and quests. I thought our stay was perfect. I'm sure the lodge was short staffed, but everyone was helpful and our cabin #18 was found in clean conditions. I didn't understand the heating/air conditioning unit until I saw the note and thermostat on the wall. The porch view was peaceful and inviting with the rocking chairs. Like I said early, the country has been in a quarantine. I have been in a apartment for seven weeks. The lodge with its views were wonderful. The rocking chairs and table were dusty, but was that something to complain about? It's all in your perspective, I suppose. The appetizers were fresh and delicious. Breakfast was served on time to our cabin. The food was hot and tasty. It wasn't the normal arrangements, but the lodge provided like usual. I posted many pictures of our room, the lodge and it's history on Facebook. I will come back again and again. Read less