Detroit >Lodging > Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort Cabins
PO Box 578, Detroit, OR | Directions 9734244.734012 -122.149799
Fantastic GetAWay! – I went to the resort for the first time, and was very thankful I did. We stayed in a cabin while we were there and found it to be very cozy and comfortable. I was blown away by how much food they served and how yummy it was!! The hot springs were incredible obviously. I loved all of the different varieties of pools, and was impressed by how well maintained everything is! Last but not least, the steam how was KILLER!! We could not get enough of it!
All in all, we stayed there 3 days and two nights, and were so thankful we did. I was refreshed, well rested, and full by the time I returned to civilization. I am going to be returning for sure!!
Soak, relax in the beauty of Nature – I have been going to Breitenbush for years and love the entire place. The meals vary but typically made with love and care and of course very fresh. The springs are divine, cabins simple, stars a plenty and lovely. I have never had an unpleasant experience there and find the staff, totally lovely. Do enjoy, peace and reflection here. Not for the high end luxury sort and if you prefer cocktails and such not a place for you, you would be disappointed.
Weird vibe, Not Friendly, Expensive to Boot – I agree with the other reviewer who found this place unpleasant and not a good value for the money.
Been there a number of times. The residents are what make this place creepy. A cultish atmosphere pervades their behavior. They seem like they couldn't cope in the real world so they ended up here.
They have gross manners, and apparently do lots of "partying" in the their private area across the river.
Also, it costs $50 PER PERSON TO CAMP in your own tent! So, if you go with two friends and friggin camp, it costs $150 night. That price conflicts with the earthy atmosphere they try to project.
For my money, I'd rather go to a natural hot springs. I can do without the crappy vegetarian food too.
uncomfortable, cultish environment, no amenities – I came to OR from TX just to experience a hot spring. Disappointment started when I called to make my res. I explained how excited I was to travel so far to go to there and she responded by saying absolutely NOTHING. It was a weird phone call and she was VERY rude. Never gave me the feeling that she cared at all that I was spending thousands of $$ to travel just to visit their resort. When I called after arriving in PDX to make sure my reservation was still in order, the guy took about 20 minutes to finally find my res. Yet another unnecessarily confusing and uncomfortable phone call. When I arrived, it was pretty.I wandered over to the hot springs only to find out there are not areas to change. You must disrobe in front of the swim-suitless people already there. Very uncomfortable unless you're a practicing nudist. Sorry,I guess I'm not European enough for this type of experience. Although the place says, "clothing optional", I'm telling you, be prepared for a nudist skin fest. Everyone is in the buff. Only in the bathing areas, but still. Wearing a bikini made me feel very uncomfortable and people acted like I was crazy for doing so.
While walking, I got "attacked" by a hippie because I was smoking. I'm assuming this creep worked there, who knows? She ran up quietly behind me like a ninja. All of a sudden there was a woman staring at me crazily. She paused while staring at me and finally, after an uncomfortable pause, "ooohhhh, you're smoking", and then frowned at me...still staring into my eyes and uncomfortably close to my face. No one told me this was a no smoking place and there were not signs telling me to keep my cigarettes packed away.She said to me with disappointed eyes, "People are going to be really shocked to see you smoking here." The way she approached me made me feel like I had just threatened to bomb the place. I hated my experience. The place felt like a cult camp ground. Very creepy.
This resort offers hot soaks and overnight stays in a relaxed atmosphere. – In Short
This New-Age R&R spot features hot springs, healthy food, rustic cabins, workshops and healing arts in a stunning natural environment. The springs include the rock-lined Meadow Pools and the Medicine Wheel Tubs--the latter are four tubs, each at a different temperature, including a cold plunge. Cost varies depending on whether guests intend to stay for day use, tent camping or camping in a rustic cabin. Meals are included in admission price.
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