August 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Tu Tu' Tun Lodge in Gold Beach, Oregon
The enduring style of The Lodge, enhanced by the nature that surrounds it, has made Tu Tu’ Tun a gathering place as magical as the Rogue River.
With almost a life of its own The Lodge has made easy the opportunity to let down, breathe in and escape – perhaps to dream.
Location of Tu Tu' Tun Lodge
Nearest Airport: CEC
Amenities for Tu Tu' Tun Lodge
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- 20 Guest Rooms
- Nature Walks
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Reviews for Tu Tu' Tun Lodge
This was our fifth year here and though 3 nights seems perfect, it also never seems to be enough. So we have booked 4 nights for the same time next year. We cannot say enough about Kyle and his staff, who make this very special place magical. They treat every guest like royalty and have not forgotten any little detail. I could go on and on but I think the fact that we go back every year (to the same room) speaks volumes. It is our special time for rest and relaxation, this time never even leaving the property.
rbarnangel - Sherwood, Oregon
This was the fourth visit to Tu Tu Tun Lodge. It was the first visit with our very good friend, Tammy. The relaxed and peaceful feeling has improved each time we have visited. Our rooms were comfortable and peaceful with the porches that look out at the river and the trees. This year the privacy of the adjacent porches was improved so there were visual barriers in between. The small size of the Tu Tu Tun Lodge gives you the feeling of relaxation and eliminates "pretense". There is no "keeping up with the Joneses". The breakfasts and dinners were wonderful and delicious and all prepared by the Lodge Chef and the culinary staff. Our friend was in awe and is looking forward to an opportunity to return.
teamride - Thousand Oaks, California
Our family flew to Oregon from Minnesota and overnighted in various places as we meandered down the coast into California. This "lodge," which is more like a beautiful resort, greatly surpassed any of the other hotels in every aspect. The staff knows you by name. The room, beds, linens, furnishings are high-end. The grounds are filled with colorful flowers and ornamental trees. Small deer peacefully graze on clover on the front lawn. The river meanders through the back, and at night it is so quiet that you can hear animals in the woods lining the opposite banks. Small touches like home-made breads in your room when you check in, turn-down service, a fire on the back patio at night, and complimentary treats in the afternoon make this a truly special experience. Even our teenagers enjoyed staying here, not minding at all the absence of a TV in our room. The lodge isn't far from the coast and the town of Gold Beach, so there was plenty for us to do during the day. Since our kids are picky eaters, we did not eat dinner at the lodge. There are plenty of restaurants in town. If we are ever in this part of the country again, we will make sure to stay here, and will stay as long as we can. If we lived in California we would without a doubt make this an annual summer destination!!
ChrisW454 - Eden Prairie, Minnesota
Lodge is situated on the Rouge River, with their own dock so you can catch the mail boat rides with out going back into town. This is a older fisherman's hotel that has been transformed into a upscale property. It exudes Quality appointments and service. The landscaping is phenomenal !!!! Very friendly check in, all you need in room or just outside your door such as ice in wicker coolers, so no trudging somewhere for ice. Beds were excellent with turn down service. Do get the home style dinner cooked up by their chef (who visits the table) and served by a bevy of waitresses with lead waitress announcing each dish. I am pretty sure they will cook to order if you do not want what they are serving that day - but check with lodge first. They have a wine tasting, then the bell rings for cocktail hour, (bucket sized martinis filled to the brim with Grey Goose -Spirits at extra charge charge of course). You socialize and get seated at tables of 6 or eight. Our table mates were excellent conservationists, and very likable and actually semi locals who had property locally and homes in San Diego. That night was Halibut, French style green beans with garnish, a wild rice medley with fresh peas. Desert of Cream Bur-lee. Best meal of the trip and we went to a lot of nice restaurants, see other reviews. In your room the river is so peaceful, flowing across the grounds in a wildlife filled meadow. Double Anderson sliding glass doors brings the outside in and a nice personal balcony. Some rooms had fireplaces. Also a mini golf putt putt next to parking. I cannot say all the good things and thoughts I had for this location, staff and lodging. We are very sorry we only spent one night - this is a 3 day lodge at least - and thank god no TV - so bring a book. We will go back
ManOfC0nstantS0rr0w - Chico, California
This was a birthday treat for my husband and it was an excellent experience. You are treated very well with everyone knowing your name. The setting is lovely and the food great. Well worth the expense. Amenities are top notch.
Rosie L - Bend, Oregon