Summary: Each cabin room comes with 1 Queen bed, 1 Full bed, and it's own bathroom. Available with or without full kitchenettes.
The Dogwood Motel has 3 log cabins that were built in 1959. Each cabin is split into two rooms, each having one queen bed, one full bed, and one bathroom. All of the cabin rooms have refrigerators, microwaves, and coffee makers. Four of the cabin rooms have full kitchenettes that include dishware, silverware, cookware, sinks, ovens, and stovetop burners.
The main townhouse has a master bedroom on the 2nd floor with a Queen bed and a private bathroom, along with 2 Full beds in a loft and one Queen hide-a-bed couch downstairs. The first floor also has a full kitchen, a second bathroom, and a washer & dryer.
The side townhouse has a Queen bed, a Full bed, a large bathroom, and a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker.
Both units may be rented together to host up to 12 guests. The previous townhouse burned down in the 2020 Archie Creek Fire and the current townhouse was built to replace it in 2021.
The koi pond was established by Norman Call and is dedicated to Ardeth Collins. These lovely fish have called The Dogwood home for many years!
We encourage you to sit in the gazebo or pergola and enjoy the koi and the surrounding gardens.
Access the North Umpqua River by descending a staircase across the road from our front office. We have a natural swimming pool!
There are many locations along highway 138 to access the river for fishing, swimming, boating, picnicking, and other outdoor activities.
Complementary Starlink high-speed internet access is available for all guests of the Dogwood Motel.
Dogwood Motel History
The three original cabins of the Dogwood Motel were built in 1959 and have been updated and improved throughout the years. The original townhouse burned down in the 2020 Archie Creek Fire but was rebuilt in 2021. The front office was built in 1972.
Tez Stair and Melissa Jones took over the motel in 2022 from Norman Call, whose grandparents built the motel. Norm served as caretaker of the Dogwood from 1990 to 2022. We want to thank Norm for his incredible generosity and patience throughout the transition. We couldn't have done it without you!!
-Tez & Melissa