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Green Springs Inn offers destination lodging and dining in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument 25 minutes east of Ashland, Oregon. Our deluxe cabins, shaded by tall firs, are spaced along the brow of a deep valley. The Pacific Crest Trail winds along the top of the a ridge line to...
We spent a night here on our travels and was only sorry it wasn't longer! We stayed in the very comfortable Lodge Room #3 and enjoyed the screened in porch with the jacuzzi. We ate dinner and breakfast in the restaurant, and we are admittedly...More
Picked this place based on location & definitely what we wanted. Beautiful spot. Comfortably rustic. We stayed in lodge, huge lovely bathtub. Room was clean & comfortable. No TV in room, which was fine by us. Restaurant was ok - busy and only one server....More
We had a wonderful lunch on the patio (the burgers and fries are top notch with homemade brioche buns and garlic aioli). Don’t miss the homemade pie a la mode! We were midweek and decided to stay in one of their cabins to get a...More
We found this gem of a Inn on Trip Advisor. The drive from the highway to the place is quite picturesque and the roads very curvy. We beat the snow until we were cozy inside the restaurant enjoying a delicious meal.
Our room was clean...More
Don't be in a hurry to get there. The road is very tricky...but beautiful is a mild description. the small cafe/bar deceiving. The food is absolutely top notch. unique and amazing. The baked goods...fresh everyday. YUM! getting to the cabins is fun...and then you see...More
Response from Diarmuid M | Property representative |
As our previous guests have indicated, people have very different reactions to Highway 66 between Emigrant Lake and the Green Springs. The determining factor seems to be experience. If you have driven on a mountain road... More
As our previous guests have indicated, people have very different reactions to Highway 66 between Emigrant Lake and the Green Springs. The determining factor seems to be experience. If you have driven on a mountain road previously, you will probably take it in stride. If this is an unfamiliar landscape, you might find it very challenging. In either case, the drive takes 25-30 minutes.