The Historic Requa Inn is your escape in the Redwoods…
Rates are double occupancy per night, exclusive of tax, and include a $10 voucher towards a hot and hearty country breakfast. Del Norte County occupancy tax is 8.0%. Rates below are high season (May 1 – Oct 31) /low season (Nov 1 – April 31).
The Inn is not particularly suited to younger travelers. We offer three different off site houses that are great alternatives for families. Otherwise we gently ask that families with children contact us before making a booking. The Requa Inn does not accept pets, however, The Fishing Cabin, one of are off sites houses does. So check availability. WE DO NOT HAVE ROLL-AWAY BEDS, NOR DO WE ALLOW EXTRA PEOPLE TO STAY IN ROOMS DESIGNED FOR ONE OR TWO. PLEASE DO NOT BRING SLEEPING BAGS OR AIR MATTRESSES.
We are doing our job when you feel at home staying at our Inn. After a long hike, guests enjoy sipping wine by the fire in the living room, reading, doing jigsaw puzzles, and, or meeting other travelers from all parts of the country and world.
There are no tvs and for some carriers the phone services can be spotty at best. We do have a phone that the our guests can use to make calls within the United States. For those who wish to make an international call, please bring a calling card.
Most people find the absence of television and telephones relaxing, we do offer a guest phone in the lobby. Don’t forget to get in a steamy soak in the hot tub and be sure to join us for an amazing dinner by our creative chefs.
Jan Wortman and her family bought the Historic Requa Inn in winter of 2010. But this has been a long time coming for the her and her family. Requa is the place of a traditional Yurok village and it’s this village site where Jan’s family is from. Since time immemorial, Jan’s family and ancestors have live here at Requa (pronounced “Rek-Woi” in Yurok). This is the most special place in the world for her.
Jan’s family; Marty her husband, Thomas her son, and Geneva her daughter (along with Geneva’s husband Reweti Wiki and their three kids, Maia, Keeya, and Ani) help run the inn.