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.

Rating summary

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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.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Wonderful gem

Nov 28, 2019 John G Tempe

My wife and I wanted a weekend get away. We found Weasku and thought it looked nice.it was beyond our expectations. Wonderful, roomy, rustic but comfortable cabin with a gas fireplace. The porch gave a view through leafless trees to the river. The lodge had a wonderful fireplace and classic lodge decorations. They offered a nice selection of hors… Read more
My wife and I wanted a weekend get away. We found Weasku and thought it looked nice.it was beyond our expectations. Wonderful, roomy, rustic but comfortable cabin with a gas fireplace. The porch gave a view through leafless trees to the river. The lodge had a wonderful fireplace and classic lodge decorations. They offered a nice selection of hors d' d'oeuvres with drinks available late afternoon and cookies in the evening. The hot breakfast bar was great. We will go back. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Historic Lodge Produces Mixed Reactions

Nov 5, 2019 John M Bainbridge Island, WA

The Weasku Inn, a lodge of historic import beside the Rogue River, confounds expectations -- in both good and bad ways. The entire property, which is five miles outside Grants Pass, has been renewed and updated. The public rooms in the main lodge building reflect its long history with an ancient rock fireplace, a huge couch, a fascinating… Read more
The Weasku Inn, a lodge of historic import beside the Rogue River, confounds expectations -- in both good and bad ways. The entire property, which is five miles outside Grants Pass, has been renewed and updated. The public rooms in the main lodge building reflect its long history with an ancient rock fireplace, a huge couch, a fascinating selection of memorabilia and photographic displays worthy of extended browsing. A collection of duplex cabins and an A-frame are down the lawn and closer to the still-distant river. They are cozy and comfy, with tasteful decor and ample room for lounging and sleeping. We were upgraded (thank you!) to the A-frame with soaring picture windows, pine beams in the ceiling, river rock gas fireplace but a sad, tired couch with a pull-out bed. The furniture arrangement had a significant quirk with the mini refrigerator out in the room while the writing table with chair was cramped under the eaves, making it very difficult to use; they should have been switched. The king bed was extraordinarily comfortable with nice bedding and a down comforter. The bathroom with tub/showever was fine too and quite spacious. But much of the draw of the Weasku is being beside the "wild and scenic" Rogue -- yet it turns out to be some distance away and mostly obscured by alder trees and underbrush. Even more disappointing, what can be heard from the "view" deck is not the rush of the river but the onrush of heavy traffic on Interstate 5 just beyond the river. Another mixed reaction is prompted by the Weasku's touted afternoon "appetizers," a nice gesture for guests but mediocre at best in execution. This turned out to be a cold display of crackers, cheese and veggies, plus one hot soup that tasted suspiciously like canned. (When asked for a reaction to the inn at check-out, I said that the afternoon appetizers needed to be improved. To which the reception person remarked, "That would cost more money.") Are the afternoon appetizers more of a plus or a minus? Good question but not sure I know the answer. Weasku Inn perplexes more often than it dazzles. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Beautiful Lodge with cabins to stay in.

Oct 21, 2019 BarbaraN2372 Tarpon Springs, Florida

We had a large cabin room with a gas fireplace, couch, table, kind size bed, & a private back porch. A free breakfast was home cooked & made fresh. Appetizers, salad & snacks were served at 5 pm with a cash bar. It was enough fo me fo dinner! A favorite stop for the 90% German Car Club. Found 10 Porshe, Ferrari, & an Aston Martin in the… Read more
We had a large cabin room with a gas fireplace, couch, table, kind size bed, & a private back porch. A free breakfast was home cooked & made fresh. Appetizers, salad & snacks were served at 5 pm with a cash bar. It was enough fo me fo dinner! A favorite stop for the 90% German Car Club. Found 10 Porshe, Ferrari, & an Aston Martin in the parking lot! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating First Class, restful paradise.

Oct 11, 2019 WADE C Portland, Oregon

The grounds at Weasku are stunning with the tall pines and well-manicured lawns and pathways. The staff is very friendly. One person stands out from this, our second stay: Gabi was our hostess for the afternoon Hors d'Oeuvres and she is truly a "people person." She was always very interested in what we saw and did for the day, and she made very… Read more
The grounds at Weasku are stunning with the tall pines and well-manicured lawns and pathways. The staff is very friendly. One person stands out from this, our second stay: Gabi was our hostess for the afternoon Hors d'Oeuvres and she is truly a "people person." She was always very interested in what we saw and did for the day, and she made very insightful suggestions about what to see for the following day. We looked forward to seeing her smiling face as we came in each afternoon to partake in the wonderful soups and snacks. Read less