We stayed @ The Peerless Hotel in Ashland, Oregon for three nights during the month of June to celebrate our anniversary. It is a beautiful romantic historic hotel. As we were traveling with another couple, we booked two rooms, room #2 and suite #3 for ourselves. The rooms are nicley furnished with special and different appointments in each room. You can see a few of the rooms on their website. For instance, our suite had two side-by-side bathtubs, plus a shower, and a sitting room with a wood stove to enjoy our wine by (although in June you do not need to light the fireplace, and a separate bedroom). A newspaper is delivered each morning by 8:00am, and delicious fresh homemade breakfast is included, so please let them know if you have any special diet requests, or food allergies in advance. The coffee pot is on by 7:00am. And there is controllable cable music in each room (no TV, but who needs it!) You can sit in the garden or in the next door award winning Peerless Restaurant, where you must go for dinner (great music, fantastic food!). Catherina took very good care of us and made certain we lacked for nothing. Even a glass of port wine in the evening in the lobby. Owner, Christy and Catherina, are your charming hosts, and if you have any special requests, just let them know; it will be taken care of promptly. Windows all open up for fresh air and have room darkening shades and ceiling fans; the AC was running because it was hot during the day, so your room is nice and cool. Our bathrooms were quite large w/ special bath products and plenty of towels. We loved our stay and recommend you go. Frankly, we wish we could have stayed longer! Just a couple of dislikes: queen size beds (we like Kings), plastic chairs in the delightful garden. Be prepared there are lots of stairs, request a ground floor room if you need it. Otherwise, the place is absolutely "loverly", as is Ashland, and the Hotel looks just like it belongs there. Your Hosts will make you feel like you do too! Book today.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Ashland's Peerless Experience! Built in 1900 and included in the National Register of Historic Places, The Peerless Hotel has been lovingly restored and is honored to be featured in the best selling book "1,000 PLACES TO SEE BEFORE YOU DIE". Whimsically and elegantly decorated with hand-painted murals, fine art, and an eclectic mixture of antique furnishings. Guests are pampered with Frette Italian bed linens, Christy English towels, Pharmacopia natural & organic body care products, spa & claw-foot tubs, and a sumptuous complimentary breakfast (during the mid & high seasons). ... more less
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