5 on November 27, 2013
I got engaged earlier in the day and then stayed here at night. I could not have imagined a more perfect place to stay for that night. Awesome dinner, quaint but very clean rooms, service throughout the night, private hot tub in the back. Highly recommend.
5 on November 18, 2013
I've been coming to the Inn since 1979. Each year it gets better. The decorating and food are excellent. The staff is well mannered and warm. Nothing can describe their current food. Very diverse... Please take a trip to the Redwood Coast soon. You will never forget it! Margot Bray
3.4 on November 13, 2013
Lots of good hikes and adventures .. I'd recommend it heartily.
5 on November 06, 2013
We found the Requa Inn via the internet while planning a trip to see the redwoods and were not at all disappointed in any part of our 3 night stay. Our room was comfy and clean. The breakfast menu was outstanding and filling. Staff were helpful and friendly. And an added bonus was the spectacular river view from the front wiindows. We would definitely revisit and recommend to all of our friends.
4.8 on November 06, 2013
The Requa Inn was a perfect location and building! The room was warm and cozy and the bed very comfortable. Definitely a place to stop! Beautiful views also!
3.4 on November 04, 2013
Rooms are thoughtfully done, building is interesting with large living room and plenty of books. River view and hikes near by. Breakfast comes with the room and Dinner is available for a price Thought dinner was nicely done and creative, but they didn't serve much food. You can satisfy your hunger at breakfast.
4.6 on October 30, 2013
Joe M. & Rob C.
4.6 on October 29, 2013
This is the sixth time we visited the Requa Inn. It is still a great place to visit. The Redwood National forest is our favorite park in California and the Requa makes it even more enjoyable. We never get tired of the view from the inn. I can go on and on, so you will just have to visit it yourself to discover what it has to offer.
4.0 on October 27, 2013
Friendly and knowledgable hosts make this quirky and comfortable establishment a delightful destination for a romantic getaway. Great breakfasts set you up for a day exploring beaches and forests in the surrounding district, while a gourmet dinner and a hot tub under the stars add the romantic touch.
4.0 on October 27, 2013
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our one night stay at the Requa Inn. We had a beautiful view of the river from our bedroom window and woke to the sound of sea birds and barking sea lions. Chef Paul's dinner was an amazingly creative presentation of local and regional ingredients and the highlight of our stay. We plan to return to spend more time and explore more of the northern redwood coast
3.6 on October 20, 2013
The setting, proximity to mouth of Klamath River were just wonderful. We watched sea lions (?) play in the river as we ate breakfast. The dinner was outstanding. Our chef came to our table before each course and described what we were being served. So much attention to flavor, presentation, we found unusual in such an establishment.
2.4 on October 18, 2013
Beautiful view. But to much road noise ruins all the positives of the setting since it sets right on the road and a stop sign . We heard fishermans pickups going back and forth till 10:00PM and they started at 5:00 AM the next morning. Felt it was over priced for what you get. Breakfast was one step above a motel, with poppy seed pancakes or homemade granola as the extra. Cookies at the front desk looked like a child made them have had better at many motels.
4.8 on October 16, 2013
Situated on the mouth of the Klamath River, this inn offers a beautiful and rustic setting with exceptional dinner faire. Our meal was better than some of the best meals we have had in the Bay Area. Loved waking up to the sound of 2 sea lions swimming up river.
5 on October 16, 2013
Beautiful location, charming rooms, comfortable beds, inventive and delicious locally sourced gourmet dinners - we will definitely return and recommend the Requa Inn to friends and family!
3.8 on October 15, 2013
The Requa Inn is the perfect spot for a relaxing vacation. It reminds me of trips on ocean liners in the 60's with my parents. The communal dinner experience is from a different time. The rooms are bright and sunny - very clean. Our room looked over the river. The dining room also has large window looking out on the Klamath River. Breakfast is fabulous. Fresh hotcakes, eggs, bacon or sausage, fruit smoothie, fresh fruit, toast and jam. Dinner was not so fabulous. The attempt is gourmet, but the result fell short. Service is amazing and Jan is a real sweetheart with loads of information about the area. We plan to go back and recommend this place to our friends. A REAL GEM!
5 on October 14, 2013
The Requa was a great little hideaway motel. More of a motel than B&B. We got a beautiful room overlooking the river, it was spectacular. Bed and room were quite comfortable, clear. Bathroom was a little small but it was an old building, nothing unexpected. The drive into the area was breathtaking, if you've never visited the redwood forests in Northern CA I'd strongly recommend the trip, very worth the effort to get there. Food here was outstanding. Dinner portions were a little small, but very creative and tasty. Breakfast was awesome.
4.8 on October 12, 2013
We spent an overnight at Requa Inn, booked sight unseen. It is a friendly place with flavor of years gone by. I felt like we took a step back in time. Food was Outstanding, especially the evening meal. We wish we could have stayed for several days, but were moving on. A memorable part of our week journey along the California Pacific Coast.
4.4 on October 12, 2013
Beautiful spot by the Klamath river, quiet. great place to really unwind and enjoy the outdoors
5 on October 11, 2013
We had a room overlooking the Klamath River. There was a double rainbow out the window as we walked into the room. Our dinner was prepared with such care and skill. The breakfast was so tasty. We had a wonderful stay.
4.4 on October 07, 2013
Had an awesome time there-dinner is incredible!!
4.0 on October 04, 2013
Only had I night, but the room was spacious and comfortable. Surrounding grounds were beautiful. Staff was very helpful.
4.2 on October 03, 2013
Incredibly beautiful views of the Klamath River from the rooms. Friendly helpful charming service. Our sixth stay at Requa Inn and it gets better every time.
4.8 on September 29, 2013
I have the joy of staying at this establishment several times each year, as business takes me to this area. The owners have done a wonderful job of keep the historic character of the inn while updating numerous aspects. In the evening, a wonderful and creative meal of locally sourced foods is served by a very well trained culinary staff. It's a pleasure to have discovered this place of comfort and rest along the roadside.
3.8 on September 24, 2013
das Dinner war seinen Preis nicht wert. Das Essen war gut, wir wurden aber nicht satt. Portionen waren sehr überschaubar.... :-(
4.2 on September 23, 2013
I truly delightful place.
4.8 on September 20, 2013
Room 14 was the most beautiful room. Views fantastic. Diviner was good, but let down by the poor ambiance of the dining room. Where were the white tablecloths shown on the website? Bare tables, poor lighting - a shame.
3.4 on September 18, 2013
My husband and I enjoyed our stay at the Requa Inn. The room was clean. The building was well maintained. The hot tub was clean and the perfect temperature. The view of the river from the dining room was wonderful. The only downside was that the mattress and pillows in our room needed to be replaced. They were worn out and uncomfortable.
3.8 on September 18, 2013
We loved our night at the Inn. We didn't have dinner (though wished we had!), but the breakfast was excellent. We met some lovely people from all over. We used the hot tub, which felt great after a long drive from Portland! Great place,excellent service, friendly folk. We will recommend it, and hopefully comeback some day!
4.2 on September 16, 2013
The Requa Inn is a perfect option for staying near the Redwood State and National Parks. The Inn is quaint and full of charm. The staff were pleasant and welcoming, although still very professional. I would certainly recommend this bed and breakfast.
4.8 on September 15, 2013
We selected Requa Inn based on books we had about the The National Parks. It sounded charming and like it would be a unique experience. We did very much enjoy our stay there. The room was very large and comfortable. All the information about the history of the Inn was very interesting. Our two breakfasts at the Inn were delicious, especially the green smoothies. We had one dinner there. It was quite a gourmet feast. We really appreciated the chefs details regarding food allergies for my wife. We would recommend the Inn to any people travelling in California.
4.6 on September 13, 2013
We spent two nights at the Requa Inn in early September and it was splendid. The woman who greeted us spent time telling us about the history of the Inn and answering our many questions. The rooms are authentically historic with period furnishings, but the bathrooms are spacious and modern with wonderfully scented locally made soaps and lotions. The bed and linens were extremely comfortable. We had a view over the Klamath River so could watch all the salmon-fishing activity, as well as the mist that drifts in early in the morning. We had perfect weather! It's a great jumping off spot for exploring Redwoods National Park. Be absolutely sure to get at least one dinner during your stay. We ate there both of our nights, and felt it was absolutely the equal of the most elegant big-city restaurants. It's a set menu, four courses for a very reasonable price, presented beautifully. Exquisite local food! Loved it, and will not hesitate to return.
3.8 on September 11, 2013
My husband and I stayed here during a drive up the coast from San Francisco to Seattle. The inn was well kept and had everything I expected. Our room was cute and clean. The breakfast was fabulous and one of the best parts of the stay. We sprang for the dinner the evening before and while good, we both agreed that it was not as good as expected or worth the $45 per person cost. Overall, an excellent inn, though. I highly recommend!
4.2 on September 05, 2013
This was about our 10th visit and as always it was just wonderful and provided us with many moments of awe and inspiration which will stay with us until our next visit. The views of the river as ever changing but always spectacular. The folks who run the inn our wonderful and pleasant people and of course, we'll see you next year. Thanks
3.2 on September 03, 2013
Good room, people too cold....
4.6 on September 03, 2013
We've stayed here over a couple of decades, through four owners. It's improved every time, and is now really great. The building is about a hundred years old now, so don't put a level on the floor, but it feels just fine, even the WiFi in what is otherwise a cellphone dead zone.
5 on September 03, 2013
We had an amazing stay.
4.2 on September 02, 2013
The inn was pleasant and comfortable. The innkeeper was a pleasure to speak with. We stayed during a peak fishing weekend. Very interesting, but caused increased traffic and boat noise. The food at the inn is excellent. Especially the salmon. (Caught in the river)
4.6 on September 02, 2013
Just a perfect place.
3.0 on September 01, 2013
Very quiet location, and pleasant service.confortable bed but the bathroom wasn't very practical. The dinner was good and original. We appreciate, but not our son...
5 on August 31, 2013
The Historic Requa Inn is a very special place! Perfect location to see both the northern and southern areas of the Redwood Forest. The peope are lovely and the rooms all different!!!! Dinner was exceptional and definitely for foodies!!!!! Each course is presented by the chef and the presentation was exquisite! Breakfast was delicious too!!!
3.0 on August 27, 2013
I enjoyed my stay at the Inn. The front office staff was friendly and the accomadations were comfortable. The room and bathroom were very clean. Nice view of the river. However, my experience in the dining room was below average. I had dinner and breakfast. The service was slow and seamed particularly unorganized at breakfast. The waitress forgot part of my order. Did not think dinner was good value for the money. Very small portions and not that good. Felt like I had a not so good gourmet appetizer for dinner and went to bed hungry. Seemed like a family staff in the dining room with a sense of job entitlement. Much room for improvement.
4.6 on August 26, 2013
Stayed overnight with a friend in the Stout Grove Room (2 smaller rooms attached to a bathroom, no view of the river but we were only there to spend the night) while driving through the Redwoods. Great place! The hotel staff is very welcoming and Jan, the innkeeper, is super friendly! A few tips: I HIGHLY recommend the dinner served at the inn. It's a bit on the pricey side, but the experience and the food are worth every cent. So yummy! We're glad we decided to reserve seats. Also, the hotel is fairly isolated, so driving off to find dinner elsewhere just seems impractical. The complimentary breakfast is GOOD. I wouldn't miss it! You pick out exactly what you want from the breakfast menu. Drive up to the overlook (only 5 minutes away from the hotel) - the drive is beautiful - and ask Jan for driving/walking directions to the river mouth if you have time. Even in misty weather, the beach is breathtaking! Overall, a great experience. Good for couples, friends, and families looking for a quiet, relaxing place to spend some time or just passing through like we were. I would definitely come again!
4.6 on August 21, 2013
The Requa Inn is the perfect stop for anyone traveling along the Northern California coast: Not cheap, but worth the extra expense with its bright spacious room, fantastic meals, and extremely friendly service. Don't miss the extraordinary four course dinner, full of fresh local fish and produce.
3.6 on August 20, 2013
Very typical Bead & Breakfast over the Klamath river in the Redwoods area. The Breakfast is exceptional (quality and diversity of foods). People working here are wonderful. F. Leconte (France).
4.0 on August 14, 2013
Be sure to make reservations for dinner; breakfast and dinner were fantastic!!! Only issue we had was at check-in. Only one person to answer phone, check-in and take to your room..... need a back up when busy.
3.8 on August 10, 2013
This is just a lovely place to be. I had stayed here years ago, when I was just a little kidlet traveling with my family. I was so excited to go back as a grown up with my husband. Our room--Boat Creek #14--was huge and bright and nicely decorated with river views and a beautiful private bath. Breakfast was delicious and the dining room is really pretty, with views of the river. I would love to go back and stay longer and have dinner there. It sounds wonderful!
4.2 on August 09, 2013
We enjoyed our stay at the Requa Inn. We especially enjoyed meeting and chatting with the other guests who were from all over the US and the world.
4.4 on August 07, 2013
Beautiful quiet spot very close to Hwy 101. Very nicely appointed, friendly atmosphere. Nice dinner with well chosen local ingredients in a relaxed setting, joining other guests at the table. Couldn't wish for a better stop-over on this beautiful coast.
5 on August 06, 2013
Very clean and nice place to stay in a remote place. The owner is very friendly and the breakfast is really good.
4.6 on August 01, 2013
We enjoyed a wonderful two-night stay in the very comfortable Post Office suite. This spacious, private room affords an excellent view of the Klamath River. Breakfasts were sumptuous and generously portioned. Dinner was a leisurely gourmet experience; excellent food, service, and stimulating conversation with other guests. Exceedingly friendly staff together with relaxed and happy travelers contributed to a memorable experience.
4.8 on July 31, 2013
The Historic Requa Inn not only provided us with a beautiful, well-kept room, but also a fantastic location near the redwoods, great scenery, tasty breakfast and dinner, and many other amenities. This was a wonderful two-night stay!
4.2 on July 30, 2013
Recently moved to Washington State, and this was my first visit to California. I don't know if I have the words for the joy I experienced in my two days at the Requa Inn. Breakfasts were beyond delicious. The rooms were immaculate. The staff was efficient and friendly. The dinner was pretty good, but I don't know I'd say it was worth the price. There are not many other options unless you want to take the drive into Crescent City or Trinidad, which we did do the second night. I spent the last night at the mouth of the Klamath watching the sunset as seals played in the surf and the local fishermen pulled in their catch. I know for a fact I will visit the Inn again. The building and the surrounding area has become one of those places that I know will be a place to visit and recharge my soul for the rest of my life.
4.2 on July 30, 2013
We had a wonderful stay at this Inn. The room was small and cosy, the bathroom was wonderful and clean. We did not arrive in time to join the dinner, but the breakfast they prepare is fantastic! Just up the road from the Inn is a nice point to see the sunset and the area is great for hikes in the Redwoods. I would certainly recommend to stay here when in the area.
4.8 on July 29, 2013
The Requa Inn was a great place to stop for a couple of days during our West coast road trip. Everything about it was great. It was clean, friendly with plenty of character and charm. The only problem was we didn't stay long enough! I don't know when my wife and I will be back in this area, but if we are, we will make it a point to come back to the Requa Inn.
4.2 on July 26, 2013
My wife and I really enjoyed this place. Great rooms great feel and a great location. Ask for directions to the beach at the mouth of the river, it is worth it.
5 on July 25, 2013
Two days at the Requa Inn were possibly the best vacation experience ever. The food in particular is just amazing, but the service, the location and the Inn itself were simply outstanding
3.6 on July 24, 2013
This Inn, and it's staff, manages to blend the charm of the past, the luxuries of the present and cutting edge culinary delights of the future into an exhilarating yet completely relaxing stay in the warmth of this historic inn. Numerous nearby vistas of the Klamath river and ocean along with redwood forest treks make this a prime location to start and end your day. Dinners are a must, at least once, to top off a day of adventures. The chefs here would give the Dentrassis cooks from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy a real run for their money with their intense attention to detail and use of regional/local ingredients in original combinations that are not overly saturated but subtly mingle to great effect. Yummmm.
3.8 on July 24, 2013
The Requa Inn is nice and quiet, with quaint rooms. Thin walls, but that wasn't a problem. We made dinner reservations (additional cost), and the food was gorgeously prepared. But many of the ingredients were some of my personal least favorites (sardines, mussels, broccoli), so dinner was not a highlight for me. Breakfast, on the other hand, was AMAZING. I highly recommend the lemon poppy seed pancakes. And the bacon was PERFECT. Great job.
5 on July 24, 2013
Stayed three nights while exploring the Redwoods. Great central location for the area. Charming room, outstanding breakfast (different hotcakes every day!), lots of interesting displays and art on the walls, great (and well-equipped with binoculars and games) public areas. Overall, a great stay.
5 on July 22, 2013
Everything about this inn is outstanding. Location, service, ambience and food all excel. Dinner was truly a once in a blue moon experience. We wished we could staynmore than our one night stopover. We will definitely return.
5 on July 18, 2013
Our overnight stay at the Historic Requa Inn was absolutely wonderful! The delicious evening meal prepared by Thomas and Paul was a delightful surprise. Our room was so comfortable and tastefully decorated. I wish we could have stayed another evening to relax and enjoy the surroundings. Thank you, Jan! You're the perfect hostess and we look forward to seeing you again the next time we pass through the Redwoods area.
3.2 on July 18, 2013
This is the only place to stay in for many miles - and the prices reflect that. The house itself is quite charming but the service could be more forthcoming.
4.4 on July 15, 2013
We stayed here on our trip up the California and Oregon coastline. We thought it was a gem, a very special place packed with history and charm. The breakfast was a five star quality. It is right on the mouth of th Klamath river, not far from the beautiful redwoods. We wish we could have stayed longer.
5 on July 14, 2013
The Requa Inn is a wonderful, relaxing oasis. The inn is filled with interesting historic items and the rooms beautifully decorated (I wanted to pick up the room and take it home with me). My husband relaxed playing a guitar that was available in the main room, while looking at the great view of the river. The people working there were very welcoming and helpful. The breakfast was creative (lemon toffee? pancakes, etc.) and tasty. My husband and I will definitely return.
5 on July 14, 2013
One of our favourite places on our West Coast road trip, the Requa Inn combined sublime views, fantastic food, an historic location and a very relaxing atmosphere. Brilliant, would highly recommend it to anyone.
3.6 on July 14, 2013
Great old inn, very good breakfasts, especially the granola and hot cakes. We didn't have dinner there, but would be surprised if that wasn't equally good.
5 on July 13, 2013
We had a wonderful time, everyone was so nice and the dinner was amazing
3.2 on July 13, 2013
Strangely high bed, but wonderful location.
4.8 on July 13, 2013
This was our third stay at the Requa Inn and again it exceeded our expectations. The rooms are gorgeous and always clean. The breakfast feels like a nice restaurant meal. The staff are cheerful and accommodating. One of our favorite memories this year was playing with the outside kittens who live on the porch by the hot tub. We always enjoy the secluded spa each time we come. Our only regret is the price of dinner in the summer. As newly weds on a budget, we really can't afford $80 for dinner. I'm sure it is wonderful. But that's too much for us to spend.
4.2 on July 11, 2013
Dinner was superb, bed was comfortable, view was lovely, hot tub was fun, we look forward to staying here again as soon as possible.
5 on July 09, 2013
Stayed at the Requa Inn during a photo workshop and just returned with my wife for a second stay. Jan, Dean and the staff really care about what they do and the service is excellent. The breakfast is out of this world and the multi-course gourmet dinner was also great. Stay here if you are in the area.
4.4 on July 05, 2013
The Requa Inn was so comfortable...like being at home. And the view to the river was gorgeous.
3.6 on July 03, 2013
We arrived late (midnight) and they had an easy (unmanned) process for check in. The breakfast was made to order, big portioned and delicious. The front desk was friendly and helpful and the view of the river was lovely. Would stay here again on a future road trip or family gathering.
3.4 on July 03, 2013
A quiet and charming bed & breakfast. Met the one of the owners who was quite friendly and explained some of the history of the Requa Inn and plans for future expansion.
4.8 on July 03, 2013
We stayed just one night passing through - wish we stayed longer.
5 on July 01, 2013
The adjacent river and surrounding tree covered hills make a magnificent backdrop for this wonderful historic hotel. The room decor is out of the past, but the bedding is fresh and luxurious. The hotel staff are very courteous, and the owner was gracious and knowledgable about the hotels historic past. We would highly recommend the Histoic Requa Inn to all travelers, but particularly to those who want to step back into time.
5 on June 30, 2013
This inn was amazing. The rooms are good, service great and food was wonderful..the view is great and if you drive past the hotel to the viewpoint you will be thrilled. Very nice place to stay..
3.6 on June 28, 2013
Excellent place to stay a night for us, perhaps also a good place to be based out of for a few days of exploring the parks and coast nearby. Skipped dinner (please ignore score on this; seems expensive in tourist season, cheap out of season), breakfast was excellent, and the staff was great. Even the smaller room we had was quite comfortable for two and well-kept. A good night's rest and we were (sadly) soon on our way again ..
4.6 on June 26, 2013
The setting alone would make this a wonderful place to stay, but the extrodinary food puts it well over the top. One of the nicest places we have ever stayed.
3.2 on June 24, 2013
quaint inn, definitely needing some TLC to exterior back steps, deck - great location, wonderful dinner with fresh salmon, duck broth soup...was not able to stay for breakfast due to long road trip but assume that would have been wonderful as well...small rooms, but expected, in older hotel....
2.8 on June 24, 2013
Our first night in Rm 6 was satisfactory though the room is small. It is partially updated but needs to have the rest done. Our second night in Rm 20 was great. This is a beautiful and spacious room that is very comfortable and nicely renovated. Unfortunately the only way to have dinner here is the $45 4-course supposedly gourmet dinner. This is very high priced for what you get. Great breakfast.
4.2 on June 23, 2013
Very pleasant setting with a cordial staff
3.8 on June 23, 2013
The Inn facilities were excellent: river view, comfortable sort of rustic common room, wonderful bedding. Don't miss the nearby spectacular overlook of the mouth of the Requa River. We skipped the $45/person evening meal, which seemed pretty expensive. The breakfast was good, but basic - less elaborate than the usual B&B fare.
5 on June 21, 2013
My wife, 8 year old son, and I stayed in the Fern Canyon room for two nights. It had a fantastic view of the Klamath River. The bed was plush, I laid on it to relax for a minute and took an unplanned nap one day. With windows open, cool breeze, and view of the river it’s a nice place to lounge. I spent a couple hours a day sitting and reading to my son. The only complaint could be the small tub shower. I am six feet tall and could use it so it was fine by me though. The service was great. Every staff member I interacted with was friendly and helpful. This is a family inn and it feels like a family inn. I really enjoyed the, at risk of being cliche, vibe of this place. I know some people may not find $199 a night for the Fern Canyon room to be a good value, but I did. Here's why: The breakfast is excellent and easily $15 per person. An example of what I ate (I'm a big eater) four eggs, four bacon, three pancakes, good quality butter and maple syrup. I also got one of their "green smoothies" which I was skeptical about. It was really good and I started my breakfast with one the next day as well. The ingredients are quality. A breakfast like that is a good chunk of change, even at the good quality and moderately priced Good Harvest Cafe in Crescent City, which is quite a drive. This all you can eat breakfast was available to all three of us. Given that, I felt the cost of the room was more than fair. We ate dinner there both nights at $45 per person. The menus were complex. They were created with local ingredients that highlight the flavors of native foods. This means organic produce, free range meat, fresh caught seafood, foraged wild herbs and spices. I appreciate the time it takes to create and prepare the dishes. They were quite good. Some may scoff at the portions but I was satisfied. Dinner was obviously not the size of my breakfast but it was big enough. I prefer to carb up in the morning before hiking and eat healthier at dinner.
3.0 on June 20, 2013
The hotel was nice. The morning breakfast had good choices and very good quality. The evening meal was disappointing. I would not sign up for the evening meal again without knowing what was planned.
4.8 on June 18, 2013
This was our sixth stay at Requa and we didn't think it could get better. As usual our room was immaculate and comfortable. Sitting in our room watching an eagle fishing across the river was a highlight. The evening meal was truly outstanding. As each course was place in front of us Chef came out from the kitchen and discussed what was before us. This was done at each table and we found this to be a touch that really added to the enjoyment of the evening. We sat with two other couple who were also "foodies" and we all agreed about that the meal was one of the best we have ever had. Breakfast the next morning was wonderful and really set us up for the day. We cannot wait to return. Betty Ann & Bert Cowan Victoria, BC
4.0 on June 16, 2013
We really enjoyed our one night stay at Requa and would recommend it to anyone. The only problem we encountered was since our room was located above the kitchen we heard loud music playing through the floor and we had to go downstairs twice to ask the staff to lower the music. The staff were friendly and promptly complied with the request. The room itself was unique and comfortable, the garden was breathtaking, and the breakfast (included in rate) was exquisite - a full menu. We ordered one of everything from the breakfast menu. I highly recommend the green juice, eggs, and steel cut oatmeal!
5 on June 14, 2013
We just got back from a trip out to the west coast. We stayed at the Requa Inn for one night of our trip. Such a charming little B&B that sits up on the bluff overlooking where the Klamath river meets the Pacific Ocean! A quick uphill run to one of the most beautiful lookouts! A short drive a way from hundreds of miles worth of hiking. As if everything else wasn't already fabulous, the food alone would have made the stay worth it! Best breakfast at a B&B than we've had in a long time! Chef personally served and explained each meal at the dinner he made for us the night before. Local ingredients, freshly prepared. If given the option to make reservations for the dinner when you book the room - DO IT! You will be glad you did! Sweet little rooms that fit perfectly with the historic decor! Beautiful family run business that prides themselves on their customer service and attention to detail. It shows. Can't wait to recommend to our next friends who travel that way!
4.0 on June 11, 2013
I enjoyed my stay a lot. My only issue is why you don't put down pavers to the hot tub so that you could walk without hurting your feet. The sign explaining that sandals would help seemed sort of inane when you could have easily fixed the problem
4.4 on June 08, 2013
The innkeepers and the family at Requa Inn went above and beyond by accommodating my dietary preferences with exceptional dishes. The Inn is cozy, comfortable and I loved staying! Thank you for making this little spot so special!
4.8 on June 03, 2013
This is our 3rd stay with the Requa Inn. We enjoyed the complimentary cookies and coffee or tea in the afternoon after check-in time. Our room had two separate beds for my son and I and had the connecting bathroom which worked well for us. The room was very clean and the inn was very quiet as we checked in Sunday afternoon. Our gourmet chef's dinner was a 4 course meal with the Chef presenting every dish which started with the fry bread with vegetable puree plate with beautiful presentation each course. The next one was the duck confit with several sauces . The next was a salad with some kind of balsamic dressing and the main course was the fresh Klamath salmon which was very tender and we loved the contrasting texture of the crunchy artichoke plant which tasted like mushrooms. Lastly the dessert was goat cheese with blackberry sauce but I had mine adapted for a diabetic diet with sliced apples and some granola on the goat cheese. All in all an excellent dinner at $45 each plus 18 % gratuity added on the dinner.
4.4 on May 30, 2013
We stayed for just one night as part of a road trip from the Bay Area to southern Oregon. It was a last minute booking, originally had planned on staying eureka-so glad I changed it! Lovely room, very tranquil setting, fantastic dinner and location os really convenient to many great redwood trails. We did damnation creek trail which was very beautiful. The hotel is a 15 min drive from the trailhead. Highly recommend-but dont expect modern anything or high end design.
3.6 on May 25, 2013
My husband and I greatly enjoyed our stay, admiring the excellent restoration of building and use of period furniture and decoration. The reading material made available to guests is especially helpful. The location is beautiful. Breakfast is very good.
4.6 on May 24, 2013
We stayed for one night and really thought it was exactly as advertised. The hosts were very accommodating, breakfast was excellent (we did not have the dinner reservation), and we also hiked the nearby trails. Would stay there again.
4.6 on May 21, 2013
The Requa Inn was a lovely place to stay!
3.0 on May 20, 2013
The property is a bit run down and definitely in need of some maintenance/upgrades. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom okay, but the furniture in the room was a bit "used". The outside of the property shows a great deal of wear and tear. The food was plentiful and tasty at breakfast. The diinner was interesting with a nice beer and wine selection.
4.0 on May 16, 2013
After we checked in and lead to our room I immediately asked if we could get another one. Thankfully it was not a busy night and we had a wonderful room that I could have stayed in all day. We had dinner at the inn and again luckily we had a special price as we had booked early. If I would have had to pay for the meal at the regular price, which was $45 a person, I would have starved. The meal was interesting and the staff was quite attentive. Breakfast was out of this world though! They present a menu in which you could order everything on it or just the things I wanted. I would stay there again.
3.8 on May 14, 2013
We really enjoyed the dinner and breakfast at the Inn! They accomodated our request for vegetarian options and another diner at our table was lactose intolerant which they also accommodated without any issue. The dinner was an amazing 5 courses of culinary delight! As for the Inn, the door to the room was annoying as it would not close or lock easily. Bathroom was the same. Bathroom had a clawfoot tub but no handle so showers were a bit scary for those who need to steady themselves. The walls were pretty thin, but we used an iPad app to create some white noise as well as running the overhead fan.
5 on May 07, 2013
We had a great time,thank you.See you in the fall.
4.6 on May 05, 2013
What a lovely place. I wish our itinerary allowed us to stay longer
4.0 on May 03, 2013
Very nice historic B&B, breakfast was wonderful, loved the Lemon poppy pancakes! Located close to several Redwood parks.
4.8 on May 01, 2013
Great place for a night or a week. Outstanding breakfast with enough choices to please just about everyone. Nothing like waking up on the Klamath River!
4.4 on April 14, 2013
We have stayed here before and it is such a wonderful experience. The view of the river is lovely and the place is so quiet. You can go for a walk or just hang around the place and enjoy the atmosphere . Next time we will try to stay 2 nights so we can fully experience all its charm
4.8 on April 10, 2013
This bed and breakfast was a breath of fresh air. The staff is young, energetic, and friendly. The beds are comfortable, and I had the best night's sleep I have had in a long time. It was like going to grandma's house. We opted to dine at the Requa Inn (surrounding options are severely limited). The price in season may seem high at first, but then the food arrives. This is beyond a 5 star gourmet meal. Each course was explained by the chef, Most of the ingredients for our meal were wild/naturally harvested. It was exquisite!
4.0 on April 07, 2013
We were told by many before we came that Requa Inn is outstanding, and we were not disappointed. We were delighted. It was restful, beautiful. We were fed well, graciously and healthily. The innkeeper, Jan, was very helpful helping us find what we were looking for here. We'll go back!
5 on April 07, 2013
We went to the Requa Inn for a get away-we live in Trinidad, just an hour away-but it felt like we had a real vacation in just 24 hours-there are so many trails nearby. The Inn was wonderful, most comfortable bed I have ever slept in (Caruthers Cove Room). The food was amazing, and the staff was warm and capable. My favorite part was the hot tub-you can sign up for a block of time and have privacy, bathing suits optional !
4.8 on April 06, 2013
One of our favorite places. We are already looking forward to the next time we come back
5 on April 04, 2013
The rooms were lovely to look at, comfortable, and had everything one might need. The bed was really comfortable and had lots of pillows.We were able to bird-watch from our rooms (they overlooked the Klamath River), sitting in comfy chairs drinking a glass of wine. Sitting by the window, we spotted bald eagles, loons, cormorants, mergansers, and kingfishers (plus others). The meals were incredibly tasty and made with quality ingredients. There are great hikes all around the area. All four of us agreed we want to come again and again.
4.4 on April 03, 2013
We stayed at the Requa Inn for my wife's birthday and had a wonderful time. It's not inexpensive, but still delivers a lot of value--particularly since there is nothing else in the area that's remotely competitive. The room was exceptional, clean and full of character, and the inn itself is simply a nice place to stay, Our window looked out over the Klamath River, which is breathtaking in the early morning. Breakfast was outstanding! The only downside is dinner, which was tasty but with very small portions. We were there in the off-season and had been expecting the advertised soup, bread, and salad. Instead, there was family-style meal of a small soup, delicious mashed potatoes, and beef medallions. But no choices, so the vegetarian at our table had a tough time.
5 on March 31, 2013
A must stay! Enchanting. A home away from home...but even better. Homemade cookies upon arrival and check in, wood burning fireplace, and a warm, welcoming staff who treat you like family. The hotcakes/pancakeds are a MUST have...perfectly tasty. Serene and rich with history...the perfect getaway.
3.8 on March 29, 2013
Two night stay with breakfasts and dinners both days. We stayed in Room 22, the largest, at the end of the hall, with a great view out to the Klamath River. The four-poster (California King?) bed was extremely comfortable and the room was VERY nicely appointed with comfortable lounging/reading chairs. Meals are great - and a wonderful break from the sameness of so many hotels. Highly recommended, especially if you want to get out on the Pacific Coast Trail but come back to the cozy, inviting comfort of an historic inn.
4.0 on March 25, 2013
Great Place to stay, Quaint rooms and furnishings, Next time we will stay longer.
5 on March 19, 2013
We were 5 adults staying at the Requa House (not the inn). The view from the main room of the Klamath river meeting the Pacific ocean was spectacular. The beds were comfortable, the kitchen well appointed; it was our one-night home away from home in the Redwoods. Dinner at the inn (reservation required at least a day in advance) was simple but delicious. Our very engaging server described the kitchen's daily preparation of fresh and mostly local offerings, including the wonderful Native American sunchoke. The atmosphere seemed like a throwback to earlier days when people dining in a room interacted with each other. A young lady, staying by herself, joined our group for dinner, and afterward, someone picked up the guitar in the corner of the room and sang several songs. Complimentary breakfast included blueberry hotcakes, eggs, sausage, and more. At just over $400 total for the stay (off season, not including dinner) for the 5 of us, it was magic. Highly recommended.
5 on March 08, 2013
Beautiful views, comfortable rooms, homey-vibe and decor, wonderful owners. You can't go wrong. I didn't eat there, but I hear the food is great too and the system required me to enter a score... ;-)
4.0 on February 21, 2013
driving up the coast we found requa inn on the internet the day we needed a room. luckily there were two adjoining rooms available that were perfect for 4 of us. Main floor where dining and living room well appointed with spectacular view of the requa river. we also made reservation for dinner--the quality of the food was excellent--though the menu could have been better--main course was one meat ball with salty potatoes and boc choi--an unusual combination. Excellent dessert of flourless chocolate cake. Breakfast was great though almond pancakes, eggs, oatmeal, very good.
4.2 on February 18, 2013
The bed and dinner was way beyond my expectations. The pictures don't do this place justice!
4.6 on February 16, 2013
The staff was very friendly and the setting was very comfortable. The food was fresh and delicious. I highly recommend staying here.
4.6 on February 08, 2013
This is an authentic historical inn with lots of quirks that add up to a wonderful experience. The region has history, the building has history and the owners are "genuine folks" who are friendly, accommodating, and just fun to meet. The included breakfast is the best we have had anywhere and the dinner an absolute bargain. Do it!