Less than 45 minutes from the Crater Lake Rim and within 40 miles of numerous natural points of interest, the hotel was a stop for stage coaches and has housed noted dignitaries that came here for Crater Lake lodging such as Theodore Roosevelt, Zane Grey, Jack London and William Jennings Bryan. The historic hotel has been totally restored, from the ten rooms in the main house to the fourteen motel units, some with kitchenettes.
The Hotel’s Dinner House restaurant has been written up in Sunset magazine as “the best Dinner House between Medford and Crater Lake ” and is open May through October, most holidays, and for prearranged groups. They’re considered THE place to eat near Crater Lake.
The modern motel is on the same property and is family and pet friendly! A wheelchair accessible room is available in the motel, please ask when making reservations.