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The town of Requa (pronounced Rek-wah) was a bustling fishing center on the Klamath River in the late 1800s when a hotel was first constructed to serve the Klamath's numerous fish canneries. Although the bustling commercial center is now a sleepy village in the Redwood National Park, the Historic Requa Inn has been a feature of the area for almost 100 years. Built in 1914, the plain, almost utilitarian arts and crafts Bed and Breakfast continues to be a special place today. And this is a very special place. Since time immemorial the Yurok people have had a village at Rek-woi - making Requa one of the longest, continuously inhabited places in California.
Notably named to National Geographic Traveler's 2009 "Stay List" (a collection of 129 of the must-stay places in the United States, Canada, and Mexico); And earning a 2010 Fodors Choice Distinction from Fodor's Travel; The tiny Requa Inn was also recently featured as a great Northern California redwoods getaway by the ever popular "Weekend Sherpa." It is certainly the most unique and historical bed and breakfast (B&B) in the Redwood National Park.
Drawing a guest list of hikers, fishermen, paddlers, cyclists, birders, beachcombers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds from all over the world. The inn is also a haven for writers, photographers, dreamers, planners, and those who simply want a peaceful getaway. Built as a 22 room hotel in 1914 after a fire destroyed an older hotel built on the same site in the late 1800s, this old building has a character that is a unique experience.
If you are not staying or dining at the Requa Inn, options even at the small, remote nearby town of Klamath are very limited in the off season, with a few more options available in the summer. Crescent City is 25 minutes away and has a few additional dining options. It is not necessary to stay at the Inn to eat there. But call ahead and find out when meals are served and if there is adequate room.
The Requa Resort is a full-service campground located just above the Klamath River's confluence with the ocean. The Resort boasts beautiful views of one the California's most pristine estuaries. There are ample opportunities for fishing, hiking, birding and simply relaxing on the beach, during the summer months. The resort is fully-equipped with full RV-hook-ups for power and sewage, picnic tables, barbeque pits, hot showers, a convenience store and more. The Resort is open all year.
451 Requa Road
Requa, CA 95548
The most unique and historical bed and breakfast in the Redwood National Park. At the mouth of the Klamath River along California's North Coast, the Historic Requa Inn offers a special lodging experience in the heart of California's Redwoods and less than a mile from the Pacific Ocean. Offering spectacular river views and rustic accommodations, our central location makes the Inn your ideal base camp to explore where the Redwoods meet the Sea. Unwind at the end of an adventuresome day in our simple, yet comfortable, rooms; soak in the hot-tub; savor delicious home-cooked meals; and enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow guests.
451 Requa Road
Klamath, CA 95548
At the mouth of the Klamath River, less than a mile from the Pacific Ocean and in the middle of the Redwood National and State Parks, the Historic Requa Inn is your perfect home away from home in the Redwoods. The Historic Requa Inn is in the heart of a series of co-managed redwood parks that have been declared both an International Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. Welcome to our home. We have travelers from near and far who come here to relax and escape the hustle and bustle. Having you join us is our greatest pleasure!