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20000 Caves Hwy, Cave Junction, OR 97523, USA    
  • Free Night Participating Inn
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Menno

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The dates this property will honor the certificate are May 4-June 30 and Sept. 4-Oct. 14.

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


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Love the History

Love the old smell of the hotel and the feelings of the History that the walls hold. We’ll be back again! We Love the atmosphere of the coffee shop
Kari D
8/26/2011

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Perfect Setting

We can rarely afford to stay in National Park Lodges, but the Chateau was surprisingly affordable. The setting is perfect. The Chateau sits in a canyon, a waterfall actually runs through the property. Right across the plaza is the cave entrance. The cafe is like a time warp, and the food was above average. Dessert at the restaurant was awesome
Mic H
7/9/2010

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Publicity and Press Reviews

The Oregon Public Broadcasting special Great Lodges of the National Parks describes the Chateau as

"one of the most architecturally exciting lodges in the entire Parks system.

Crossing the span of a woodland ravine, the Chateau makes exceptional use of the land's natural contours, and a stream runs through the dining room. The lodge was designed and built by local folks, with an emphasis on natural materials. Much of the building's original siding of shaggy Port Orford Cedar bark is still intact after 70 years.".


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