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Southern Oregon Hotels

Chanticleer Inn

Pros

  • Rooms all have expansive views of the Cascade Mountains
  • Only eco-friendly products are used

Cons

  • It's intimate and homey, so fans of larger and more anonymous lodgings may prefer a bigger inn or hotel

Updated 02/21/2013

Fodor's Review

This courtly, 1920 Craftsman-style bed-and-breakfast is one of the most picturesque structures in this hilly and historic residential neighborhood just a few blocks south of the Shakespeare theaters and Main Street restaurants. Owner Ellen Campbell has given the rooms a tasteful, contemporary flair with muted, nature-inspired colors and Arts and Crafts furnishings and patterns. You can relax in a fragrant butterfly garden, and in-room massage can be arranged by appointment.

Breakfast here is a treat, served communally (although staff is happy to set up a small table in the garden in good weather, if you'd prefer some morning privacy while you dine) and consisting of two courses—almond-pear clafouti and shiitake-sherry frittatas are among the specialties.

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Hotel Information

Address:

120 Gresham St., Ashland, Oregon, 97520, USA

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Phone:

541-482–1919; 800-898–1950

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 6 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 02/21/2013

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