North Umpqua River, Oregon
Steamboat Inn is a cozy country inn located on the banks of the North Umpqua River in southern Oregon. Below the main building there are 8 cabins which share a common veranda. The cabins are all pine-paneled and carpeted; each cabin is unique in its selection of art and furnishings. (Occupancy limited to 2 adults.)
The Steamboat Creek Hideaway Cottages are located one half mile upstream from the Inn, on Steamboat Creek Road. Although the cottages do not have a river view they are situated in a nicely wooded and landscaped area. Each cottage features a mini-kitchen, king bed, soaking tub, deck, living room fireplace, and an upstairs loft - truly luxurious privacy. (These are best suited for a small family or a maximum of 4 adults)
The River Suites combine the luxury of the Hideaway Cottages are along with the river views of the Streamside Cabins. Each River Suite features a large living room, mini-kitchen, soaking tub, fireplace, king bed, private deck, air conditioning and other amenities that add up to the best of everything. Perfect for a romantic getaway. (Occupancy limited to 2 adults)
While many of our guests come for the challenging fishing of the North Umpqua, other guests join us for the lovely accommodations, spectacular wilderness beauty, and Steamboat Inn's much-acclaimed food.
Sharon Van Loan and Pat Lee create our nightly "Evening Dinner," which is served just after dark all Summer long and on Winter weekends. While our Evening Dinner is often referred to as "The Fisherman's Dinner," we want you to be aware the menu changes nightly and is not always fish.
Dinner is a festive affair served family style on massive slab tables. Dinner commences with an aperitif and hors d'oeuvres, then a first course followed by the entree, homemade bread, pastas and vegetables. Oregon wines, dessert and coffee round out the evening. We also have an extensive wine list featuring Northwest wines. We are happy to accommodate any food allergies, strong dislikes or vegetarian diets.
During the daytime, the Inn is not only a gathering place for fishermen, but for tourists and locals who savor "honest home cooking." The daytime restaurant offers an early dinner special for those not attending the later Evening Dinner.|
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