About this listing
Bedroom in historic home. Built in 1896, updated recently. Has private entrance, queen sized bed and large adjoining bathroom with roomy, tiled shower, no tub. Easy walk to the Oregon Shakespeare festival, Southern Oregon University or a neighborhood coffee shop. Small porch where you can enjoy a cup of tea. Lovely old home in great neighborhood. Large, beautiful yard with veggies and fruit trees. Enjoy the deer as they graze the property. People walk by and comment on how much they love the home, some even say it is their favorite house in Ashland! Wi-fi . Organic coffee/tea in room. Long time Ashland residents. Would love to have you in our home.
Enjoy your visit. No smoking, No pets. Please park in driveway if possible, Feel free to ask questions. Open to sharing kitchen and laundry if we discuss ahead of time. Could sleep a child on a foam mattress on the floor if needed. Lets talk!
What a find. The room was delightful, very clean, and walking distance to downtown Ashland. I only stayed here for one night but will definitely come back to this place when I have time for the Shakespeare Festival. Very delightful and charming room and bathroom.
Perfect overnight stopover on my long drive up I-5. Lovely space and delicious in-room coffee in the morning. I felt welcome and comfortable, and would happily stay again. Thanks Phyllis.
Waking up in this room is a delightful experience. It faces east and is in a secluded garden. Very quiet with easy walking access to the theaters of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Phyllis is very friendly and she provides great coffee. The spacious, adjacent bathroom is decorated to make a smile come to your face.
We really enjoyed our stay with Phyllis. The room and bathroom was very private with a separate entrance which was a plus to come and go as you please without feeling in the way. The house is extremely close to the downtown shops/eateries (within walking distance) so that was great too! Would definitely recommend this stay.
The location was very convienent for walking Dt and to the theater. The neighborhood was safe and filled with deer! Phyllis was very pleasant the brief times we spoke and shared her fresh picked peaches!
Though the bed was clean and comfortable, the room and bath were not. The shower had residual of previous guests and the accommodations were overall unclean.
Thank you, Kitt for the review...looks like it is time for the mid-year deep clean. I do clean after each guest...so not sure what happened in shower? I am in there today with my supplies...see there are webs up in the corners of the high ceiling that need a good brooming and the wood floor could use a fresh wash and wax...it has been a very busy summer with guests..so don't wash floor after each guest, just sweep and vacuum..looks like today is the day! Thanks again, Kitt. It was a pleasure to have you here.
We only met Phyllis briefly but she was quite nice and willing to do anything to make our visit enjoyable. The room was as advertised, nice and sunny. We had to leave Ashland one day early due to an emergency back in Eugene.
The room is accurate as described. This is my second time staying at Phyllis's home. It was perfect for me as I attend the Ashland Shakespeare Festival each year. It is close enough if you like walking but I choose to drive. The room was clean and neat with a great bathroom and private entrance so I didn't feel like I was intruding on my hosts space. ground coffee fixings and creamer was provided so I could have a great wake up each morning. Phyllis is a very low key host but available if needed. It's always nice in the evening to see the wild deer feasting on her lawn. The seemed tame although I didn't touch. Thanks Phyllis for a great place to enjoy my Ashland Adventures.
About the Host, Phyllis
Some folks say I am "old Ashland". The greatest of compliments! Moved here with the '70's hippie pioneers...after all these years, I still walk out my door and am grateful for living in such a beautiful town. I raised 3 children here, returned to school and became an RN. I sing in a few community choirs, go for long walks/hikes, ride my bike instead of drive my car in town. I have a big yard with a garden, and my happiest moments are spent digging in the dirt with my 3 year old grandson who lives 3 blocks away. Enjoy the Shakespeare plays, movies. Spend time at the Y ( which is a very happening place here :). I travel when I can, having been to India and Ecuador most recently and have another trip planned in May. I enjoy a good laugh, am easy to be around, and I am reallly looking forward to meeting new travelers in my home.