Located a short walk from both downtown and the Southern Oregon University campus, Ashland Tudor House offers two private, quiet and comfortable suites, with either one or two bedrooms available. Units have private entrances, off street parking, WIFI, entertainment centers, and either a full kitchen or a kitchenette.
- Family Friendly
- Air Conditioning
this is a charming inn, with cozy rooms. a special feature is the excellent breakfast , different every day and first class. the owners are helpful in making suggestions for eating, though the best restaurant we ate in was not their recommendation. well located for shakespeare attractions.
What a B&B should Be
Stayed twice now and wish I could be there more. Nice homey accomodations. Breakfast excellent and host concerned about any dietary restrictions. Very pleasant and close enough to anything and everything you would want in this charming town. This B&B suits the town perfectly. Nice assortments of rooms too for a variety of needed space and travel companions. Not just for couples. Easy to come and go as you please.
Great Place to Stay While Attending the Festival
A comfortable and well kept B&B in a quiet Ashland neighborhood. Pleasant walk to the theaters of the Oregon Shakespearean Festival. Comfortable common areas inside and out. Excellent breakfasts and secure off street parking. We enjoyed our stay in the Rose Room. We would stay at the Tudor House again. In fact we will. We have already reserved a room for our next visit to the OSF.
Very comfy and wonderful breakfast!
My boyfriend and I stayed at Ashland's Tudor house for two years in a row. The first time was June 2008 and second was September 2009. Raliegh, our innkeeper was always friendly and hospitable. He is a wonderful cook. The breakfast was very delicious and kept us full till lunch. Coffee was always available every morning and home baked cookies available everday. We stayed in the Rose Room for both visits and loved it!
Lovely place to stay, wonderful breakfast, but no warmth from host
We chose this B&B so we could walk to town and the Shakespeare Festival, a huge plus. As for the guest experience, memorable 'Bed & Breakfast' is exactly what we got here, and both were close to perfect. The house and our guest room were quiet, lovely, well appointed, roomy and inviting. The library/games room in the main house was a plus, and the computer set up there for guest use can be a godsend for people who don't bring their own. There's a little iPod player in the bedroom, which was a thoughtful surprise. I loved the light and airy decor, the colors made everything feel fresh. The entire place was comfy, cozy and virtually spotless. Our breakfasts on the shady patio were absolutely delicious. Fresh fruit and our own pot of coffee on our table plus a chef's quality entree. I only wish our host had acted as if he liked us more. He was cordial but distinctly not warm, never once showing personal interest in my family. And when I paid the bill when we were departing, he let his help handle it, while he remained in the next room, never coming out to thank us or even to say goodbye. One more thing: One afternoon, after sightseeing on a very hot day, we entered the kitchen hoping for a cold drink. Our host offered me some ice and them pointed to the kitchen sink before turning around and going about his business. That attitude just detracted from what could have been a perfect stay.