|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Large lake front cabin built in the 1940's it shares a 4 acre lot with historic Point Comfort Lodge. Recently remolded rustic style cabin it has a sleeping loft, small bedroom and fold out couch in the living room. This cabin easily accommodate a family with privacy.
Property and Dock:
The dock will accommodate up to eight average sized boats and comes with a ladder if you happen to jump in. The three 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.
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!
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, 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. These are just a few of the many things to do in the Klamath Falls area.
This cabin is located on a beautiful lake and is close proximity to Crater Lake. Unfortunately upon arrival we could smell what we thought as rodent feces as soon as we opened the door. Over the course of the evening we heard an infestation of what later would be confirmed as bats. They were inside the exterior walls and were climbing around all night and chewing on the wood. Needless to say it kept us up all night. Between that and the smell we decided to leave the property early. If this was just one bat in a shingle it would have added to the rustic cabin ambience but this was definitely an infestation and not only felt unhealthy but was not restful to say the least. The property manager confirmed it was bats and promptly told us he would issue a refund for two nights for our stay as we left early. Since then he has ceased communication and not issued promised refund. The poor review is for the owners lack of communication and inability to do the right thing.
The property itself it beautiful and serene. And canoeing at Rocky Point is amazing. It's worth the trip but beware of property owners. Should anything go awry you are on your own. And yes the smell of bat excrement is a disgusting as it sounds. I am not a fan of leaving negative reviews but when you get one vacation a year and two nights of those are spent listening to vermin chewing right above your bed with no further communication you just want the people in charge to do the right thing.
Overall we had a nice stay and enjoyed the cabin and the area. The cabin was nice and clean. We appreciated the ability to come back to the cabin after a long day in Crater Lake National Park to cook dinner and relax. Basic pots, dishes, and utensils were provided. The view of the lake was beautiful in the evening. We did not take advantage of the paddleboats or other recreational amenities available. I would certainly consider staying here again if I am in the area.
The owners need to update their arrival documents for guests. There was a list of items to take care of before departure, but apparently some of those the guests are no longer expected to do. (i.e. change the sheets on the bed, but we were not given sheets to replace them with)
Our only real complaint was that we had difficulty finding the cabin when we arrived at the property. But this was minor. Due to driving in from Portland, OR after a midday flight, we arrived later than check-in, and it was already dark out. Although we were approved to arrive late, there was no porch light on, and we were unable to find the cabin in the dark. I had to go ask another guest at the main lodge to show me where it was located.
The views from the property are amazing! Lovely lake setting with golden marsh grasses set amount the mountains of the coast range. Our little log cabin was quaint. The antique rustic decor fit right in. We had all the supplies we needed in the kitchen. My loft bed was very comfortable. The one separate bedroom had a lovely view of lake and morning sunrise. We sat outside on our private deck and enjoyed a glass of wine. The shower was nice with a good shower head. I would love to come back! My friends and I SUPed a nearby canoe trail through the marsh and saw HUGE trout. We borrowed the pedal boat moored at the dock and had a fun "chasing" Pelicans. The Pelicans were huge and we enjoyed photographing them. The big lodge was rented while we stayed there, but we found two great restaurants - one at Herrimans resort and another at Rocky Point resort. Great meals!
Beautiful location with all the amenities. Quiet and peaceful. An abundance of things to do. Canoeing at Rocky Point, easy drive to Crater Lake, abundant hiking opportunities in the near vicinity. Enjoyed sitting in the Adirondack chairs watching the sunsets. Wonderful stay!
There were 4 of us who shared 3 nights in this well-appointed, comfortable cabin. The grounds were lovely and with the bonus of a full moon on the water, we had spectacular views by day and night. We enjoyed the quiet, the wildlife, the fishing. This place offered a great jump-off point for biking and hikes as well. It was the perfect place for a long, quiet-yet-active weekend. We will return!
This was our 2nd stay at Point Comfort. We have been coming to Klamath Lake for family vacation now for 20+ years, and have stayed at various cabins and resorts. last year, my nephew discovered Point Comfort on the web, and we stayed in Cabin 1, it was great, but a little tight for 6 people. This year, we booked Cabin 2, and was wonderful, even closer to the lake than cabin 1. Views are outstanding, dramatic, and the lake is in an ever changing in mood. The grounds are very well maintained, lush lawn, big trees. The cabins were very clean both times, and well appointed for rustic setting. The gentleman that was tending the grounds and plants was very courteous and helpful. The private dock is very handy, as we brought a Zodiac and a car-topper for fishing, and the good fishing starts 100 yards from the dock. I and the boys are into fly fishing, and my wife likes outdoor photography , so works out for all of us. We can cruise the Crystal Creek canoe trail and getting both fishing and photography done to everyone's satisfaction. Klamath Lake is one of the gems of the west coast, and staying at Point Comfort turns it into an outstanding experience.
Other Activities: Shopping, kayaking, boating,
$125/night (2 nights minimum)
Additional nights are $100/night