Built in 1914 and operated almost continually since then as a lodging establishment, the Historic Requa Inn brings a unique historical character to the mouth of the Klamath River. With 10 rooms, most with river views and a distinct homely feel, the Inn is often described as a home away from home on the banks of the Klamath.
Located less than a mile from the Pacific Ocean at the mouth of the Klamath river, the Historic Requa Inn sits in the middle of the Redwood National and State Parks and is within easy driving of the area’s most stunning outdoor attractions including Prairie Creek, Mill Creek and Jedidiah Smith State Parks. The Inn is also located on the Yurok Reservation at the modern-day village of Requa. The Innkeepers are Yurok tribal members whose family has lived at the village of Requa since time immemorial.
Bed and Breakfast Style
The downstairs features a large communal lounge with a brick fireplace, and lots of space to watch the river, enjoy a board game, socialize with guests or bird watch. The Inn also has a large dining area and music room. The Inn also has a hot tub for the perfect after-hike relaxation.
Built in 1914 in an Arts and Crafts style, the Inn is rustic and simple. The Inn has no televisions or phones in the rooms and guests come to simply relax and take in the views.
Breakfast Style Served
Full and Hearty Breakfast
Seasons Open: Year ’round
Range of Rates: $99 – $159 (Oct 1 – Apr 30) $99 – $169 (May 1 – Sep 30)
Locally or Family Owned Business
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