|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Large lake front cabin built in the 1940's it shares a 2 acre lot with historic Point Comfort Lodge. Recently remodeled rustic style cabin it has 2 bedrooms. One large bedroom with lake view has a king size bed and a small fold out couch suitable for a small child. 2nd bedroom has a twin bed, closet for clothes and a lake view. The living room has a small double size fold out couch suitable for one person. Maximum number of persons in this cabin is four. This building was the original carriage house for Point Comfort Lodge. The kitchen is fully stocked with everything needed to cook. Coffee maker, blender, pots/pans/baking dishes etc. Kitchen table with 4 chairs. Lake view from living room. Small private lawn area outside bedroom and living room windows. patio chairs available. Shared Gas BBQ. Charcoal BBQ's are not allowed in the area during fire season. Please visit our blog for more pictures. HTML address is located in the links area of this web site.
THE LAKE - Cabin on Upper Klamath Lake bay at Point Comfort
Klamath Lake is home to 452 bird species and Eagles are often seen in the trees on the property. In the summer the trout come from all over the 94,000 acre lake into the bay in front of the cabin. These wild trout are a strain of steelhead landlocked in the lake 80 years ago. They average 2-3 pounds and fish over 8 pounds are not uncommon. This is a favorite spot for fly fishermen. There are miles of canoe and kayaking trails throughout the marsh. Enjoy a morning cup of coffee and watch the fish jumping in the lake!
PROPERTY and DOCK
The dock will accommodate up to eight average sized boats and comes with a ladder if you happen to jump in. There are 2 peddle boats available for guest use. Bring life jackets. The two acres of land surrounding the cabin are planted in rolling lawns, and natural plant species of the surrounding area. The gardens are beautiful in the spring when the lilac bushes and the flowering trees are in bloom. There are several large rock outcroppings to set off the gentle slope to the lake. We have horse shoes, tether ball, and a basketball hoop.
Rocky Point Resort is ½ mile down the road, accessible by car, a short walk, or a boat ride from our dock to theirs. They have a small store,where you can purchase a fishing license, an ice cream or fishing lures if you need some. They also have a restaurant with full bar, and boat rentals. Lake of the Woods Resort is 8 miles north on Hwy 140, a short 10 minute drive. Lake of the Woods features a restaurant, boat rental, store and excellent swimming beaches. The Running Y Resort is 15 minutes south on Hwy 140 which features bar and restaurant, convenience store, and a wonderful 18 hole Golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, rated as one of the top 100 in the U.S. Crater Lake is a beautiful drive, just 45 minutes north. Lava Beds National Monument a hour to the south. There is a small store and gas station in Odessa. Take 140 towards Klamath Falls about 1 mile, it is on the left. They have gas, propane, and a full liquor store besides butter, eggs, bread etc. These are just a few of the many things to do in the Klamath Falls area.
My wife and I stayed in cabin two for two nights in October 2016. There was no one else around- no employees or other renters. We had the place to ourselves. The view from the lodge is beautiful. The trees were doing their autumn show of color. The cabin was rustic, spacious, and comfortable. The peace and quiet were just what we needed. The food at Rocky Point and Harriman's nearby was good. We were well satisfied and would do it again.
My husband and I recently stayed at Point Comfort Lodge. The cabin was our home base to visit Crater Lake, Lower Klamath Falls Wildlife Refuge and Lava Beds National Monument. The cabin was as pictured and described, but did not fully convey how beautiful and peaceful the area is! In the early morning, my husband would roll out of bed, walk out to the shore and photograph the sunrise. How perfect! The cabin is super cute, very comfortable and clean, and stocked with all the basics. And the water pressure in the shower was fantastic! Bill was quick to respond to my inquiries. We would not hesitate to stay again.
Now that I'm retired we often travel in the fall, and our experience at the Point Comfort Lodge cabin reminds me why this is a good idea. We literally had the place to ourselves. The lodge was closed so we were able to explore the grounds without interrupting anyone's activities. The cabin has the essentials - comfortable beds, reasonably stocked kitchen, lots of literature to plan our Klamath Falls/Crater Lake adventure - but the setting is magnificent. We loved our time at the Point Comfort Cabin, and we strongly recommend to anyone looking for a fun place to stay while visiting South Central Oregon.
Beautiful location and views. Nice, quaint cabin. Just remember to bring the bug repellent. Lots of mosquitoes! Would definitely stay there again.
Point Comfort truly lived up to it's name during a trip to see relatives in Klamath Falls. My car died in an intersection in town. That meant a 265 mile tow home and a rental car. Each evening when I came back to the cabin, it was a magical and peaceful respite. My time at the lake turned my nightmare of a trip into a beautiful experience. I was able to rise early and capture the spectacular sunrises with my new camera, then sleep in a cozy, warm, comfortable cabin. I felt safe and snug. It is a privilege to stay at Point Comfort. Thank you for all of the time and work that goes into creating such a wonderful place. Cheryl was a delight to visit with. Now that I am home safe and sound and the car is in the shop, I remember the fabulous sunrises and peace that surrounding me. I don't dwell on the struggles with the car. I hope to return next year and for many years to come.
This really is a very nice rental; however, it is NOT wheelchair accessible. The cabin is clean, comfortable and cozy, and has a beautiful view. The caretaker, Dave, is extremely kind and helpful. That said, the designation as wheelchair accessible needs to be removed. I use a power wheelchair. When we arrived, we saw immediately that there was a big step into the cabin. After asking for a piece of plywood to use as a ramp, Dave did fix a makeshift ramp. I could get in to the kitchen and partially in to the living room. The bathroom and bedrooms were completely inaccessible. The hallway was very narrow, and the bathroom was very tiny and had no grab bars. The shower that I had been told was "plenty big for a chair" was about the size of a plastic chair. Luckily, I am small and my daughter was able to carry me. It worked out for us, but probably would not for many people who use wheelchairs. Just as an additional note, the rental information says there is heat. There is, but you have to work for it. There are two small space heaters that put out very little heat. There is also a wood stove, but very few supplies for building a fire. We had to go to Klamath Falls (about a 30 minute drive) to get kindling, wood, newspaper, and a lighter to get a fire going. Be prepared with supplies and fire starting skills. Wonderful, peaceful place, but not quite as noted.
There are 2 peddle boats available for guest use. Liability waiver needs to be signed upon check in. Bring your life jackets.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Mar 1 2017 - Nov 1 2017
2 night minimum stay