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Steamboat Inn
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 180 reviews
Reserved seating
User: Sue B from:
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
Myself and 8 others came for a lunch, we made reservations for outdoors. When we got there we were shown our table indoors. We said no, we made outdoor reservations. They were in no hurry to get us seated, and when an e-mail was sent, they made us out to be the ones in the wrong. I won't waste my time driving up the river spending way too much money on bad food and worse service again.
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Very nice setting, rustic and comfortable. Restaurant is WAY overpriced though.
User: lindagaf from: Katonah, NY
Published Date: Aug, 20, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We had a whole house, and a room at the Inn overlooking the river. The house was great. Nicely furnished, spacious, in a nice spot with a little trail leading to the river, which is visible from the rear yard. The patio furniture is pretty poor and should be upgraded. The kitchen is very dated, as is the main bathroom. It would also be nice if a few of the trees could be cleared to make a better view, though they may not be allowed to do that. The room at the Inn was lovely, with a nice porch looking right over the river. The garden at the Inn, with plenty of seating, is simply lovely. We all loved the library/games room, which is cozy and inviting, with plenty of games to play. The games can also be borrowed. If you MUST have full access to the internet, this is not the place for you, as it was very spotty. The houses have no internet at all, as far as I am aware. The prices for accommodation are pretty high, but not outrageously so. Captive market, so they can charge what they like. We mostly ate in our house, with groceries we bought in Roseburg, 45 minutes away. The kitchen in the house could have done with some proper knives for food prep, but that’s a universal complaint for most vacation rentals. The food at the Inn is very overpriced. Salmon for $42 dollars. Tasty, but not exceptional. It was annoying when my mom asked for food to be prepared with no onions and the waitress had to check on two different entrees to see if the chef could oblige her request. He couldn’t for the first dish, but for the aforementioned salmon special, he could. At New York City prices, we all thought it was exorbitant. It’s a captive market though. There is, quite literally, nowhere else nearby to go. My sister and friends enjoyed a lovely breakfast in the garden, and it looked great. Again, not cheap, but more reasonable. This is a place to go if you truly want to escape. The Umpqua River is truly stunning. There are gorgeous state parks all around the area. It’s an hour to Crater Lake. I would come back, but I’d be prepared to head to Glide or even Roseburg for reasonably priced food.
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Rejuvenated
User: Ted L from:
Published Date: Aug, 8, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Everything makes this an incredibly relaxing place to unwind and be pampered with great meals and wine. The setting is remarkable and the inn cat is as friendly as the staff. You can feel the history of the place.
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Oregon River Experience
User: PoppyDully from:
Published Date: Aug, 7, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We have stayed at Steamboat Inn for family vacations for over 25 years. It a comfortable, relaxing place on a beautiful wild river. We particularly like the Camp Water Houses for our stay. A great place to unplug and unwind.
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Peaceful and lovely
User: Alia J from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 4, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
The Steamboat Inn is a wonderful place to stay on the North Umpqua river, one of the most beautiful places in Oregon (IMO). The rooms are comfortable and clean, and the food is great. The wine list is spectacular!
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