Although posh in a country-chic sort of way, the rambling Weasku Inn fits in perfectly with its piney surroundings—the rambling timber-frame home overlooking the Rogue River was built as a vacation retreat in 1924, and has hosted the likes of Walt Disney, Clark Gable, and Carol Lombard. In 1998 the owners added 11 handsomely outfitted cabins and restored an original A-frame bungalow to create the boutique resort that today ranks among the most luxurious accommodations
between Ashland and Eugene. Pacific Northwest–inspired art, handmade furnishings, and fabrics fill the accommodations, which range from smaller doubles in the main lodge to romantic Jacuzzi suites with deep tubs and separate slate-wall walk-in showers. Many units have private decks with rocking chairs overlooking the river. A complimentary wine reception is offered each night.