We have been traveling between homes in San Francisco and Portland for many years, and attending the Shakespeare festival off and on for at least 30 years. In the old days (before the rehab), when ASH was was called The Mark Anthony (informally, The Bates Motel), we stayed there with our teen aged children who loved the place. Now that we are older and the hotel is updated and really charming, they treat us like old friends. Many of the rooms are small, so we always try for a King Room. Excellent breakfast is included. We always eat at Larks restaurant, which in my opinion is the best dinner in town, and we have tried them all. This is our favorite place to stay in Ashland, whether attending OSF or just passing through for the evening when driving between our homes.
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- Elegantly restored 1925 historic landmark in the heart of downtown Ashland offers seventy tastefully appointed, non-smoking guest rooms, Waterstone Spa, English garden,banquet/conference space and Larks Restaurant. Calming colors & decorations evoke an era of relaxed comfort and elegance. Guests are pampered with superb service and luxurious surroundings. Hotel guests enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon tea with baked treats, discount to hotel's Waterstone Spa, free WiFi and parking. ... more less
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