We stayed in the Fordyce room. An excellent room in the main "house" for a romantic getaway. Spacious and beautiful is what comes to mind. All the modern conveniences of a 5 star hotel in this historic Inn. This room is upstairs past the front desk. It was a fairly large room with a fireplace (gas), a king bed, and a sitting area . The bathroom was spacious with a large jetted tub. In room bar with splits of wine, and champagne. The complimentary coffee and tea were gourmet brands (local I believe) which was a nice touch. I have stayed in a number of bed and breakfast/ Inns of this type and what strikes me at Winchester is how immaculate the accommodations are - no musty smell or creaking floorboards. The only drawback of the Fordyce room for some people might be the stairs. Nothing outside the normal - just a standard flight of stairs with no elevator. The Inn has rooms on the ground floor. There are around 20 rooms in total that are housed in a few closely situated buildings. Each one appears very unique. The breakfast was excellent. I think there were 3 or four choices. Bloody marrys and mimosas are extra. Fairly close to the Shakespeare Festival and only a block away from the Oregon Cabaret Theater.
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- The Winchester Inn offers luxury accommodations, affordable excellence, the restaurant features local ingredients with global inspiration, craft cocktails and boutique wines. We are the only Wine Spectator Award Winning restaurant in Ashland as well as the only restaurant with a Certified Sommelier on staff. Top Chef of 2012 - Pamela Lanier's B&B Guide. ... more less
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