Stopped here for a later dinner ... food was ok for the rest of my family but I bit into my chicken tenders and 2 of them were completely raw inside!!! The waitress took them back and heard nothing from anyone about them. It was a quaint place but nothing special food wise.
Over 50 year old restaurant and it does have an old, rustic feel. Signature is huckleberries - in jam, syrup, pancakes, etc. Pancakes were the best ever - huge, light, fluffy and tasty. Doesn’t get much better. Cinnamon roll was also out of this world and enough to take home for tomorrow’s breakfast!
Huckleberry Inn is a low-cost stay. That's the reason we booked a few nights - we had already splurged on a few nights at Crater Lake Lodge. We've gotten a few good night's sleep here, though Saturday night was a bit boisterous. It's clean, the shower is good & hot, the bathroom is clean. However, the inn is old & worn - especially the carpet. The folk that run are really nice!!
We had an evening meal here as we’re staying locally. It’s quite old fashioned, which we liked, with a fairly basic menu of hamburgers, sandwiches, spaghetti etc. The food was v good and service was fast and friendly. The milkshakes looked great but we were too full! Nice views from the booths.
I visited for the first time alone, unfortunately the night before I had really injured my knee & was having trouble walking. Snow & ice were everywhere. The staff was FANTASTIC & very kind in helping me with everything! Including moving my sleigh ride 6 hrs earlier, escorting me to & into the sleigh, then waiting & helping me back off with easy steps & to my car, all with smiles, support & compassion! It truly made my trip great! I had to leave early to go find a Dr. in Portland, & they even, without asking, refunded the last nite of my room, since I could not stay...these folks are great! The view & convenient location awesome too...& be sure to grab a pizza & craft beer @ Ratskellar, & breakfast here @ the Huckleberry Inn!!!