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Patrick Creek Lodge and Historical Inn

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Greensboro, North Carolina
Reviewed 5 November 2012 via mobile

I'll bet this is a historical paradise in the summertime (has an outdoor pool!), but, in October, it's more like a ghost town. We were one of two vehicles in the parking lot that night. The biggest complaint I have is that our room had no heat. The heating systems are the old gas type, and, apparently, no one checked...

2Thank Anthony T
Rio Rico, Arizona
Reviewed 30 August 2012

My friend and I stayed one night at Patrick Creek Lodge and felt the vibes of this old inn seep into our travel-weary bones. Our room was comfortable and quaint, complete with 2 windows overlooking Patrick Creek. We dipped our toes into the creek when we arrived, as it was 90 degrees on this mid-summer day. Dinner was quite good,...

2Thank arroya
Grants Pass, Oregon
Reviewed 13 July 2012

my husband & i always stopped in to visit after traveling back from brookings. we never stayed over but love sitting on the little white bench out front to eat our picnic lunch. love the peace & quiet there. but most of all we love the fact that NO DOGS ALLOWED !! we dont have to worry about stepping in...

3Thank Ammiey t
Hood River, Oregon
Reviewed 7 July 2012

I have stayed at Patrick Creek many times on trips to the Bay Area and Mendocino. It's a funky old log hotel with extensive gardens all around it and the rushing Smith River just across the road. I usually stay in the motel section which has large room with bath. The rooms are a bit tired but quite comfortable. The...

6Thank Cerce
Lafayette, California
Reviewed 4 July 2012

I really enjoyed my stay here. I loved that there was a great restaurant/bar attached. Had an amazing time hanging out with locals and travelers alike there after dark. Close to the creek and some short hiking trails - one of which stays lit at night! A nice swimming pool, though take my advice and go in the afternoon. I...

3Thank Andrea W
Northern California
Reviewed 6 December 2011

Don't expect the ultimate in lodge experience here. Its good, basic - comfortable lodging. There are no phones and no tv/radio/internet. I was able to get 1 bar of cell service. You do get road noise but, in the off season - it wasn't bad. Water is plentiful and hot for showers. Some rooms have fridge and microwave. You will...

3Thank Hungry_horse_android
Toledo, Ohio
Reviewed 26 August 2011

I am a travel agent and recently booked this hotel for my clients. Their experience at the Patrick Creek Lodge was not worth the nightly rate of $99.50 they were charged - maybe a $50.00 to $60.00 rate would have been more appropriate. My clients arrived very late - 11:30 PM - on Aug. 19 to check in for just...

8Thank BrendaF0807
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 17 August 2011

Helpful staff. Good food. Comfortable room. Nice grounds.

1Thank smp127
Eugene, Oregon
Reviewed 4 August 2011

Being a single female traveling alone, one has to be very carefull. Upon arrival, with in 3 minutes I knew that I was staying. What a great place, great location and great food. And the staff Linda, was the best. Made me feel at home, safe and very welcome. She made suggestions where to go and what to see, and...

2Thank looperonfire
Eureka, California
Reviewed 26 July 2011

We have been to Patrick Creek Lodge several times and have always found it to be a place to recharge.The trees are everywhere in this quiet valley.The food is excellent and the staff are friendly.Each room is different and has a feel of its own.Listening to the sound of the creek as you fall asleep is delightful.

4Thank hatmannn

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Additional Information about Patrick Creek Lodge and Historical Inn

Address: 13950 US Highway 199, Gasquet, CA 95543-9611
Region: United States > California > Gasquet
Number of rooms: 17
Also Known As:
Patrick Creek Lodge And Historical Hotel Gasquet
Patrick Creek Hotel And Historical
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“Didn't stay. There is a pool outside. Try for a view of the river, if possible.”
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“Get a tour of the grounds and rooms.”
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