See why so many travelers make Anne Hathaways B&B and Garden Suites their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Ashland. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Anne Hathaways B&B and Garden Suites is a romantic bed and breakfast offering air conditioning and a kitchenette in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The bed and breakfast features a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Ashland. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out Downtown Plaza (0.5 mi) while visiting Ashland, Anne Hathaways B&B and Garden Suites is a short distance away.
If you like seafood restaurants, Anne Hathaways B&B and Garden Suites is conveniently located near Beasys On The Creek and Omar's Fresh Seafood and Steaks.
Should time allow, Lithia Park, ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum, and Southern Oregon University are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Anne Hathaways B&B and Garden Suites as you experience all of the things Ashland has to offer.
We needed a complete house to host a small family reunion for three days and the Anne Hathaway's B&B provided each of our seven family members with a separate bedroom and bath. Rather than describe the house (refer to pictures) I would like to comment on the location and the reservation/mgmt system. The house one block off the main street on the south end of town across from the only market in downtown (Safeway). Parking is off street with the complete town to include the Festival venues, Lithia Park and Old Town all within a six block walk. An "ideal" location! As for the reservation system, the house was managed by bookAirhop, an Oregon based service who stayed in touch with us as we approached arrival and during our stay at the property. They were able to answer direct questions regarding parking and security which we appreciated. Bottom line is that we enjoyed our stay.…
We had a confirmed reservation for the first week of June. We arrived to find the door locked, no one available, and no response on the telephone number. We were able to find alternate lodging - though not easily or at the same price. We still have not learned why we were not informed of the present status of the property. Evidently the owners are trying to sell and have decided to discontinue operation. We have stayed here in the past and would otherwise say good things about the rooms, grounds, and location. At this point, we advise anyone to avoid this property unless and until new owners take over and are successfully established.
I recently played two concerts in Ashland and was hosted by the owners of The Anne Hathaway’s B&B. Truly a charming and delightful place as are the owners, David and Deedee. I thank them for a lovely stay.
This is a very old b&b in Ashland,all the beds in every cottage are very comfortable,it has a club room with a computer and has free Wi-Fi. Every room has a coffee maker a microwave and a fridge,they make some goodies for you in the clubhouse. My only comment is place has been run down in the last few months.
A last minute reservation for a solo traveler passing through. Quite disappointed that I paid in full up front then received an immediate email telling me that their kitchen was closed and scones would be provided in the morning. I got there at 10:30pm, using the directions that were emailed to me and not using my GPS as directed by the innkeeper. Unfortunately the directions provided me were wrong, turning left instead of right. I ended up using my GPS and found it within 10 minutes. No signage to indicate the house, poor outside lighting/big front tree. I did recall her note about a white picket fence, so that I did find it after all. Parking was weird, located in the back with poor lighting through the garden, glad I had my mini flashlight. The best thing I can say is that at 2AM, I was woken by a sound coming from my window so I peeked out, and low and behold a for, with 2 brand new fawns... I watched them for about 40 minutes then went to bed. At 6am, was woken again thinking it's the die so I looked out. It was another die and her single fawn walking through the garden. Now that was special. Room- wills study, twin bed tony room in the front of the house, small bathroom, furnished with decent antiques, bed was ok. Pillow was a flat hard pancake. I passed on the scones (don't eat bread/pastries). I gave this review 3 stars because I wanted a quick in/out to finish my journey, and because of the special nighttime view of the deer, I was so close to them I could hear her crooning to them and see their eyelashes!!!…