Oak Hill Bed & Breakfast
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The Oak Hill Bed & Breakfast, located in Ashland, Oregon has six rooms with private baths, in-room thermostats, electric fireplaces and WiFi throughout. Inspired breakfasts are served in the dining room or in the shade of the oak tree on the garden deck. Breakfasts include juice, fresh fruit, freshly baked breads and inspired entrees. Just-ground, strong coffee is out at 7AM along with the New York Times and USA Today.
Parking on the street or in city parking lots is free. Or park in the multi-level garage right behind the Thomas Theater (formerly New Theater). The garage rate is $3.00 all day and you can come and go.
Pat & Tom Howard, Innkeepers
Around the Inn
Comfortable and quiet surroundings, room to wander or find privacy plus thoughtful amenities to enhance your stay; iPod docks in the living room and guest rooms, guest computer, WiFi throughout the house, home made cookies and twenty-four hour tea service. We pay attention to detail for your comfort and enjoyment and we enjoy sharing lots of information about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival stage, in front and behind the scenes.
Luxurious nights in sun-dried linens, pampered mornings with house made bath products and leisurely time spent with a good book before breakfast will be a perfect start to your Ashland day.
Quiet, thoughtfully decorated rooms
En Suite Baths - A/C w/ room thermostats
WiFi - Electric Fireplaces
Attention to detail...
Sophistication usually found only in the city is a delightful surprise here in Ashland and it is surrounded by the beauty of the Rogue Valley. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Southern Oregon University, Lithia Park, Bear Creek Greenway, Ashland Mountain, Pacific Crest Trail, Oak Knoll Golf course, theater, book stores, fine dining and lots of art and shopping make Ashland a very special place to visit.
Around Southern Oregon
Southern Oregon stretches from coastal redwoods to the high desert at the eastern border and enjoys a wealth of beauty and variety. The Rogue Creamery, many wineries, Butte Creek Mill, Harry & David’s, Jacksonville and The Britt Festivals, Crater Lake, Rogue River, Upper Klamath River, Mt. Ashland, Mt. McLaughlin, Emigrant Lake, The Applegate Valley and Applegate Trail, forests, mountains, river rafting, fishing and hiking and biking trails are yours to discover and enjoy.
Travelers are always looking formemorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Pat and Tom Howard for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
"I feel like one of the family."
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Explosion of wineries throughout the Rogue Valley
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
See a different play every day, visit vineyards.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Hiking trails, Winery
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Standing Stone Brewery
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have six rooms.
Do you accept pets?
We do not accept pets but there are local pet motels.
This is the most direct route coming from California but cannot be accessed if you’re coming from the North:
- From California on I5 take Exit 11 which becomes Siskiyou Blvd. - the street we’re on.
- We are three blocks past Tolman Creek Rd., which is marked by a flashing light.
- Turn left into our driveway 100’ past the intersection of Siskiyou Blvd. and Clay St.
This is the most direct route coming from the North:
- On I5 from either direction take Exit 14.
- Go west from the exit about ½ mile to the stop light at Tolman Creek Rd.
- Turn left and drive ¾ mile to the flashing light at Siskiyou Blvd.
- Turn right and go three blocks to the Oak Hill.
- Turn left into our driveway 100’ past the intersection of Siskiyou and Clay.
This route takes you through downtown Ashland:
- On I5 from either direction take Exit 19.
- Turn south on Valley View Rd. and drive ½ mile to the stop light on Main St.
- Turn left and continue through town 3 miles to the Oak Hill, which is on the right, ½ mile past the stop light at Walker.
Ashland Chamber of Commerce
The City of Ashland
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Mount Ashland Ski Resort
Eagle Point Golf Course
Ashland Bed and Breakfast Network
Kokopelli River Guides
Eden Vale Winery
Lillie Belle Chocolates
Noah's River Adventures
Oregon Cabaret Theatre
The Living Gallery
Gathering Glass Studio
The Blue Giraffe
Weisinger's of Ashland
Harry & David Tours
Oak Knoll Golf course
City Slickers Trail Rides
Oregon Vortex House of Mystery
Southern Oregon Winery Association