I’m looking for a 5-star place to stay for one night as close as possible to the California border, but I can’t seem to find anything.
If on I-5, stay in Ashland at the Ashland Creek Inn. Tu Tu Tun in Gold Beach is close to California on the map but a long drive on rural roads.
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John Flohr says…
My wife and I are planning a short trip down the coast. We arrive in Seattle on May 24 and have to be back by June first.
We need a game plan of what to see down the coast.
We also want to see the Redwood forest and spend 2 days in San Rosa California..
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Sarah Lemon is a writer and editor for the Mail Tribune newspaper in Medford, Ore. The Tribune's food editor, Sarah covers Southern Oregon's unique, up-and-coming food scene in the weekly section, A la Carte, and on her blog, The Whole Dish. She also produces stories on a wide variety of topics from the outdoors, health and fitness to entertainment, the home and gardening for the Tribune and associated publications.