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This was our 2nd stay at this delightful historic lodge. Although built in 1923, it has weathered time quite well. You won't have a TV or phone in your room, the floor may creek a bit,the bathroom may or may not have a shower BUT...More
Lodge itself is a nice step back in time. The lodge sitting room is very comfortable and the restaurant was quite good -- especially for breakfast. Food service in the restaurant was mixed. One day they were short a waitress and the one remaining one...More
Thank Fritz B
Response from Heather T, Guest Relations Manager at Wallowa Lake LodgeResponded 17 September 2016
Thank you for your review, Fritz. The Wallowa Lake Lodge is a work in progress with new owners since April 2016. We value our employees as well as our guests and will take your comments to heart concerning the front desk staff.
We had, as the front desk person termed it, the "premier" room at the Lodge. The price for this comfortable and large room was only $185 a night. A "steal" for such a comfortable and relaxing room, with a scenic view and balcony.
We stayed in a 2 bedroom cabin (Sumac) and were happily surprised by all of the amenities. Fully stocked kitchen, daily maid service, firewood stocked for the cabin, and free wifi are just some of them. The lodge itself is cozy and inviting. We played...More
Came here for a long weekend with my wife. Had been here once before as a kid and in 20+ years, nothing has really changed.
This place is a true gem. It is also a rustic lodge, so keep that in mind. Breakfast is cheap...More
Response from JRiggsWLL | Property representative |
Good morning Vallerie,
Thanks for contacting us. We know folks would love to bring Fido and Rover, but we're sticking with recent tradition to maintain the grounds for wildlife. The head of Wallowa Lake is a unique (and... More
Good morning Vallerie,
Thanks for contacting us. We know folks would love to bring Fido and Rover, but we're sticking with recent tradition to maintain the grounds for wildlife. The head of Wallowa Lake is a unique (and sensitive) habitat for all kinds of animals and with so much activity everywhere else at the head of the lake this is important resting, nesting and feeding grounds for everything from bald eagles to mule deer, ouzels to kokanee. Plus, it is sacred ground for Nez Perce. We're working on a conservation easement with the tribe and prioritizing habitat health is a key piece of that.. Maybe someday native sockeye will return to the lake! We hope you understand.
We can recommend a great local, Lodge-approved kennel allowing Fido & Rover a canine vacation with other fun dogs, away from their owners for a short time.
Please do not hestiate to contact me personally if there is anything we can do for you here at the Lodge.
Response from Patricia M | Reviewed this property |
This a unique property, the menu is limited but it may be because they don't have a large area to draw from. They do a good job preparing the food and the wait staff is quite accommodating and friendly. I love the... More
This a unique property, the menu is limited but it may be because they don't have a large area to draw from. They do a good job preparing the food and the wait staff is quite accommodating and friendly. I love the atmosphere and decor. They have tried to preserve the history of the property. I would definitely recommend this restaurant for breakfast and dinner at least once if you are in the area.