The Lodge At Suttle Lake

Two-Night Stay for Up to Four at The Lodge at Suttle Lake in Oregon

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Rustic Lodge on Secluded Suttle Lake

Except for the occasional squawk, peep, and cry from feathered and furry residents, the forested area surrounding Suttle Lake enjoys undisturbed solitude in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. The Deschutes National Forest encircles Suttle Lake with towering pines, a picturesque home for the area's deer, eagles, ospreys, and otters as well as the guests of The Lodge at Suttle Lake. The mountain hideaway incorporates the Pacific Northwest wilderness into its décor, with rustic accents including sculpted woodcarvings and a large stone fireplace.

In the great room, a spread of complimentary freshly baked cookies, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and cider welcomes new arrivals. Guests can rent snowshoes from the front desk or embark on a cross-country ski expedition with their own gear. Afterward, a one-hour Swedish massage (a $100 value) or a 50-minute reflexology session with a foot soak (a $75 value) relieves fatigued sinews and melts away stress. Entrees such as chicken suttle masala populate the menu at The Boathouse Restaurant, which overlooks Lake Suttle and reflects the natural surroundings with timber ceilings, a mounted wooden canoe, and napkins made from repurposed lumberjack flannel.

The Lodge at Suttle Lake houses a variety of accommodations, including quarters in the main lodge, where deluxe suites, standard suites, and lofted guest rooms bear names such as Raindrop, Eagle Feather, and Bear Track. In private, 792-square-foot waterfront cabins, guests can snuggle in front of a crackling stone fireplace as they enjoy the included bottle of champagne.

Sisters, Oregon: Quaint Mountain Town Nestled in Cascades

About 15 miles southeast of the lodge lies the small town of Sisters, which got its name from its location at the base of a trio of snow-capped volcanoes known as the Three Sisters. Although summertime brings a wealth of festivals and fairs, such as the annual Outdoor Quilt Show, the winter months bring out the town’s quieter side. The Folk Festival Winter Concert series livens things up with music from the bluegrass crooners Steep Canyon Rangers and the harmonic trio Red Molly.

Hoodoo Ski Area—situated a few minutes away from the lodge—attracts snowbirds to its powdered slopes with more than 800 acres of terrain encompassing 32 ski runs and a large park dedicated to tubing and snowman mixers.

What You Get

  • For $239, a two-night stay for two in a deluxe suite, a standard suite, or a lofted guest room
  • Or, for $329, a two-night stay for four in a waterfront cabin

    Included in both options:
  • A 60-minute massage or a 50-minute reflexology session with a foot soak
  • Nightly wine-and-cheese social
  • Champagne upon arrival


  • The Boathouse Restaurant
  • Spa services
  • Fresh, complimentary cookies
  • Complimentary coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and cider

The Fine Print

  • Not valid 12/23-1/1/12, 2/10/12-2/11/12, 2/18/12-2/19/12
  • Must travel by 5/31/12
  • Limit 2/person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
  • Limit 2/visit
  • 72hr cancellation notice for stays until 5/15
  • 30 day cancellation for stays 5/16-5/31 or fee up to 1/2 the Groupon price may apply
  • Reservation required, subject to availability
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Must be 14 or older to stay in main lodge
  • Credit card required at booking
  • 7% occupancy tax & gratuity not included.

Other Details

How To Book

  1. Purchase Groupon.
  2. Call The Lodge at Suttle Lake.
  3. Choose a date prior to 5/31/12.
  4. Mention your Groupon and provide your credit-card info.

Room Details

Included In All Rooms:

  • Stone fireplace

Deluxe Suites

  • One king-size bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two
  • Maximum occupancy: Two
  • Adding occupants above standard: Not allowed
  • Lake views

Standard Suites and Lofted Guest Rooms

  • Two full-size beds in the standard; one queen-size bed and two twin-size beds in the lofted
  • Standard occupancy: Two
  • Maximum occupancy: Four
  • Adding occupants above standard: $20 per night, per guest 14 and older; children 13 and younger not allowed (main lodge only)

Waterfront Cabins

  • One queen-size bed, two twin beds, and one full sleeper sofa
  • Standard occupancy: Four
  • Maximum occupancy: Six
  • Adding occupants above standard: All additional occupants are $20 per person per night
  • Full kitchen

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 4 p.m.
  • Check out: 11 a.m.
  • Parking: Free
  • Rollaways: Not available
  • Smoking policy: No smoking allowed inside the property
  • Pet policy: Not allowed in valid room types
  • Accessibility: Handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: Not available

What It's Worth

  • For $239, a two-night stay for two in a deluxe suite, a standard suite, or a lofted guest room (up to $398 value)
  • Or, for $329, a two-night stay for four in a waterfront cabin (up to $598 value)

    Included in both options:
  • 60-minute massage or a 50-minute reflexology soak (up to $100 value)
  • Nightly wine-and-cheese social (up to $40 value)
  • Champagne upon arrival ($40 value)

    Total value: up to $778

Getting There

  • By plane: About 92 miles from Eugene Airport (EUG)
  • By car: About 82 miles west of Eugene

Customer Reviews

Cozy lodge, beautiful setting, friendly staff and wonderful food. It was all good!
Susan K. · June 30, 2014
Everything was great - we had a wonderful time. The cabin on the Point was really beautiful, the food was fantastic, and the wine social was a great touch..
Arlene N. · June 23, 2014
Everything, it was quiet and beautiful there, food was great, cabin was really nice, and the massage at the spa was awesome.
Amanda K. · June 23, 2014
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