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All reviewsrestaurant next doorcrater lakerustic decorgranola barsloved the decorminute drivebeds were very comfortablenorth entrancecoffee potgreat place to stayroad tripnext morningwould definitely stay here againbendmohawkgilchristmotel
We booked this last minute while visiting Crater Lake because the Lodge was full. We loved the rustic décor! The owner was super friendly and helpful, and the room was spacious, comfy, and clean. Decent bed, though the mattress could be a little firmer.
We only stayed at the Woodsman for one night after visiting Crater Lake as it's a good middle point on the way to Bend and has great access to the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Overall I was pretty impressed with the Woodsman, considering the minuscule...More
Stayed here while driving through on our way through to visit Crater Lake. Room decor is totally cool - rustic and woodsy! Very clean and comfortable with all amenities. Super friendly and helpful staff. Lodge is a 45 minute drive to north entrance. Very reasonable...More
Brian is one of the most hospitable people we came across in our travel across Oregon. The Woodsman Lodge, in Crescent, was our stop on the way to Crater Lake. It is a very small town in the middle of no where. There is a...More
The Woodsman lodge is a wonderful place to stay. It's appears newly renovated and is done in a cabin style with lanterns, wood carvings and the decor to give it that overall north wood look and feel. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Not a lot...More
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"Pick a room away from a patio where people gather so you don't have to hear them chatter."