- Family Friendly,
- Air Conditioning,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Great Accommdations, Great Value
Ashland Hostel should be your first choice for high quality accommodations at affordable rates. You can't beat the location--walking distance to downtown, Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), entertainment other than OSF, Lithia Park. It's a favorite of culture lovers, hikers of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), students, and travelers on a budget. It has a full-service, well-appointed kitchen. The innkeeper, Kai, is the perfect host--friendly, professional, available to answer questions and give advice. If you're traveling to or through Ashland, Oregon, and need a low-cost, high-quality place to stay, look no further than Ashland Hostel. Be sure to contact in advance for room availability and reservations.
An adorable, affordable place to stay
Ashland is one of my favorite spots to stay on my road trips back and forth between Seattle and Los Angeles (there have been MANY over the years). This hostel was the perfect place to crash with my best friend. We got a private room booked very last minute, arrived late, and headed out early. Next time I come through, I will hopefully spend more time. I loved that there was a kitchen to use, and a common area to spend time. Feels just like a cozy home. Very clean, and the people we ran into at the hostel were friendly!
very good value,comfortable, downtown
Comfortable private room with additional clothes storage area, although bathroom shared with another bedroom. First floor , some light from street, but quiet. off of main living area with fire; big dining room and excellent kitchen. Slightly cold in October, and initially difficult to reach hostel supervisor. Much prefer this hostel with interesting guests to an expensive hotel.
For those who like a family room
I love this place. It's my second time visiting, and I will definitely stay there again when I go to see a play for the Shakespeare Festival. It is a eight minute walk to the Elizabethan Theatre and Lithia Park. I love that other play-goers sit around the family room and kitchen talking about the plays afterwards. Cozy reading space too.
nice little place
This was a nice little place to stay. Pretty much downtown. A bit different than most hostels I've stayed at. No alcohol, no smoking. And you must make a reservation before showing up. It's possible that no one will be there to let you if you don't arrange to meet someone there first. It is just a house with no office, so they don't allow people to just walk in unannounced. It was nice though and the owner and manager are friendly. They recycle and compost. Have free coffee in the morning and a nice kitchen to cook in. There are only 3 parking spaces, so make sure that deal is gonna work for you. When I was there it was very, very mellow. I don't know if that's always the case.