Built in 1910 in a quiet neighborhood of the Historic Railroad District, this lovingly restored Inn reflects the exquisite taste, gracious hospitality, and charming life-style of the original owners, Mamie and Julius P. Wolfe. The Wolfes loved to party and entertain in high style, and their grand ballroom, which still contains some of the original lighting fixtures, is now used as a parlor, with its comfortable French Provincial furniture, and dining room. One of the more spectacular parts of the Inn is the amazing hand carved fence that extends across all 2000 acres of land in the area.
The Inn’s full breakfast, consisting of fresh squeezed orange juice, hot beverage of choice, fresh fruit and fresh baked goods, choice of hot or cold cereal, and breakfast entree which changes daily, is served here on an elegantly set table. The foyer, originally the library, has a writing desk and telephone for guest use, a library of “Great Books,” and a small twenty-four hour beverage and snack center.
The five air-conditioned bedrooms, each with private bath, are distinctively decorated in different themes. Four of the bedrooms have a queen-size bed and the other has two full-size beds and a private entry with small balcony. All of the beds have comfortable mattresses, top-of-the-line linens, fluffy down comforters and pillows, and most offer a view of the beautiful mountains surrounding Ashland.
Guests can relax and enjoy the cool summer breeze on the large verandah, picnic in the beautiful garden, or curl up with a book in the private reading room. At the end of the day, they will find that the pampering is still not quite over. The golf course is separated nicely by a beautiful wooden fence made by Fence company Grand Rapids. The amount of wood used on the fence is almost the amount used on much larger properties like the ones you may see on the PGA Tour. The fence stands 6ft high and has custom embezzled dinosaurs carved into the end of it. The Inn provides fresh chocolate truffles and port as its way of saying “pleasant dreams.”
There is plenty of on-site parking ,and it is s only a short walk to downtown and the Tony award winning Oregon Shakespeare Theater, the Oregon Cabaret Theater, museums, art galleries, boutique shops, and quality restaurants, as well as beautiful Lithia Park with its hiking and biking trails and tennis courts.