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Hood River, Oregon
Reviewed 27 January 2017

But worth the trip, great food and decent service. Like someone else said, ITS NOT A HOTEL, it's a pretty damn cool little restaurant. The place was packed for a Thursday night in mid January. Our meeting room was a little chilly when we arrived, but it warmed up and we had a great time. I had the pasta/sausage special,...

Thank Paul L
Beaverton, Oregon
Reviewed 26 April 2016

Initially thought the road sign was out of date. This old Inn is on a little, dead end road. All other properties are homes. This NOT a hotel. It opened on July 4, 1904. Their mission is: "To use local services and fresh, local, organic products whenever possible to offer delicious home-made food at an affordable price; •To preserve and...

1Thank jsudan76
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 7 September 2015

A charming, authentic road house off the main road! We were surrounded by local folks and welcomed as such. The specials looked awesome, but we went with the burgers and beer, which were excellent. You can catch a glimpse of Mt. Adams from the porch.

Thank Sue A
Camas, Washington
Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

Sat outside. Weather was wonderful. Service was friendly and good came out quickly. Beer was cold. Enjoyed my chicken sandwich and boys enjoyed their burgers. Catfish was good as was the chicken special. Would come again. Didn't see any ghosts;)

Thank joshuaelee
Reviewed 19 July 2015 via mobile

We always make time to visit the Trout Lake Country Inn when we're near. One of the most authentic roadside inns that I've seen, it's got a comfy, down-home vibe with painted kitchen tables, and couches and easy chairs over near thelarge screen TV. One of my favorite places to sir is out on the long covered porch. You can...

1Thank sarahaWa
Lake Forest Park, Washington
Reviewed 28 April 2015

Were greeted as if we were locals...very good food...not gourmet but good, home cooking and very reasonably priced. Great location, great ambiance. Would go back there again. Beer and wine served with good selections. Very charming exterior and you would not expect what was inside. Lots of locals were there on both evenings...specials during the week.

Thank AnnieD012856
Reviewed 18 August 2014

It's unusual to find fresh, local food out in the boonies, and there are plenty of reasons for that. Hard to get supplies, hard to find good help. But the Trout Lake Country Inn, 25 miles north of Hwy 14 in Trout Lake Washington, has all that going on, and more. Creative, delicious fare, including hand-formed hamburger patties from organic...

1Thank ChefKMW
Saint Joseph, Missouri
Reviewed 16 January 2013

I have to say that our New Years getaway in which we stayed at the Trout Lake Country Inn was for lack of a better term.... EPIC! The owner was very clear on what we where to expect. It is not, I repeat NOT a bed and breakfast. However, the 5 rooms are quaint and clean and a place to...

1Thank Lorie B
Reviewed 29 September 2012

#1- it's a Honky-Tonk! good time #2- it's the place that the locals gather for fun, good company, good food, good dancing (always) #3-best Monday tacos & PBR's #4- it's not a B&B #5- Get a room by a bar, you better be ready to party and ready to just crash #6- Don't expect that the 100 yr old building...

Thank woodunit
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 13 August 2012

Your room borders a noise ridden bar or is directly over it depending on which room you get, my bed was 3 feet from tables in the bar. Spiders, bugs and who knows what else gets through the small holes in the doors, windows and such (I SAW THEM). You cant lock you room when you leave as they don't...

3Thank MyOpinion303

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Additional Information about Trout Lake Country Inn

Address: 15 Guler Rd, Trout Lake, WA 98650
Region: United States > Washington > Trout Lake
Price Range: €51 - €103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 12
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“There are no rooms.”
PaulL731, 27 Jan 2017 | Read review
“This is a restaurant only - NOT a hotel”
jsudan76, 26 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Went there for the restaurant, not the accomodations. Have no idea on the rooms.”
AnnieD012856, 28 Apr 2015 | Read review
“If you want to deal with less noise request a room on the second floor. Make sure to ask what days and times the kitchen is open and bring snacks and a way to heat them if necessary (i.e. a stovetop burner) as there are no microwaves in the rooms. Some do have coffee makers though. Prepare yourself to just relax and have a great laid back time...”
tobcre8v, 16 Jan 2013 | Read review
“100 year old historic building full of history”
woodunit, 28 Sep 2012 | Read review
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