This motel doesn't skimp on freebies - guests receive free continental breakfast, free WiFi, and free self parking. Business travelers can take advantage of the business center. A garden, a picnic area, and express check-out are also on offer.
This was a magnificent place to stay while we explored Crater Lake! It is a quaint, quiet place with lots of character. The grounds are really neat, complete with all sorts of activities to do if you have the time. We stayed in one of the one-bedroom cabins and felt really at home. There's a well-stocked store on-site, but if you think you will need lots of supplies, buy them in a larger town before arriving. We loved this place and would gladly stay again!
It needed some TLC. While sitting on the front porch of our building we had a back view of the hotel. There was boarded up windows, untrimmed shrubs, and piles of unused "stuff." When we spoke with staff about a mouse we saw in the chalet she asked if we left the front door open too long - and I showed her an opening in the door where he could have come in. The chalet furniture was dusty and the manager blamed it on her housekeeping staff - whom I assume she isn't managing. The management was very nice.
Lodging was advertised as a resort,but it was not. The accommodations was more cabin like. The temperature was over 95 degrees and the cabin had no air conditioning. In addition and more enjoying, there was no Wi-Fi, no Internet, and no cell phone service. We felt totally isolated and could not make contact with anyone from the cabin. In addition, the restaurant burned down before we arrived and no effort was made to inform us of this situation. This is a very rural area and the closest restaurant with Wi-Fi was 7-10 miles away. As you can imagine, this was a very unfortunate way to start a vacation. Needless to say, the cost per night was not inexpensive.
3 years ago by A verified traveler from East coast