Everything in all the other posts (both good and bad) is true. You have to decide if the positives are worth the negatives to you.
Our room was very comfortable and well decorated (in the classic B&B flowered print style), the public rooms are nice, the place is spotless, the breakfast was good. There is a refrigerator for guests, and a cookie jar and baked goods available during the day.
A major attraction is a decent-sized garden with a great hammock, and a reasonable-sized pool (not large, but big enough to do laps in). Both are perfect for Ashland summer weather, and you can even use them after check-out.
The main disadvantage is an air of rigidity and control. From the sign on the door specifying a limited time-slot for check-in, to the rope barring access to the kitchen, you are frequently reminded of what you can and can't do.The owners are not unfriendly, and they can be helpful. But when we checked out 9 minutes late (albeit on a holiday), one of them spoke very rudely to me.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just 8 blocks from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in a very quiet residential area. Our Cape Cod style inn has 4 spacious guest rooms and 2 luxurious suites all with king beds, en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, free wireless internet. Two rooms (Canterbury and Windsor) have a twin bed in addition to the king and can accommodate 3 guests. Some rooms have private entrances, fireplaces and a jetted tub. All guests enjoy a three course breakfast, homemade cookies and refreshments available all day. The inn is on 1/2 acre with lush gardens, outdoor swimming pool and spa (available seasonally). Relax poolside or in the hammock amid the pines.PA#96-024 ... more less