Arden Forest Inn

Address: 261 W Hersey St, Ashland, Oregon, 97520, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 261 W Hersey St, Ashland, is near Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Lithia Park, Southern Oregon State College, and Weisinger's Vineyard and Winery.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Arden Forest Inn Ashland

    Always great experience

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    We've been staying here for several years now and each year brings something new to experience. There's the remodeled rooms, the new pool with community barbecue, the gazebo, and the lush garden. The breakfasts are to die for if you can wait until 9am to eat. The hosts have a wealth of knowledge about the season's plays which creates some wonderful banter around the breakfast table. Arden Forest Inn is truly the premier B&B in Ashland.

    Haven for theatre-lovers

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    BEST breakfast, BEST hosts, BEST conversation over the table - Arden Forest Inn's loyal clientele of fasinating guests from all backgrounds are the most informed, interested, entertaining group of Ashland pilgrims you'll find. Peruse the inn's library - lots of great theatre titles and fantasy fiction. The grounds are lovely, take your time in the garden on the way to the plunge pool - quotes, artifacts, even gargoyles are there to be found among the leaves. Easy walk to OSF.

    The best B&B in town!

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    The Arden Forest Inn is the best B&B in Ashland! I have stayed at many others and have had a nice time, but the Arden Forest is superior in many ways. They have lovely rooms, fantastic breakfasts, an absolutely beautiful garden and pool, but the best part is the innkeepers, Corbet & Bill.They are extremely knowledgeable about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, as well as plays & movies in general. They join their guests for breakfast, so you always have entertaining conversation to go along with the great meal. They are more than happy to help with dinner recommendations or reservations. It is because of them that I come back year after year!

    Arden Forest is A Midsummer Night's Dream

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    A stay at Arden Forest is like entering another world - the verdant garden setting and lovely indoor background music transport one to a realm of tranquility and relaxation. Rooms, both public and private are beautifully appointed and the sumptuous breakfasts are a treat for both eye and palate. And the B&B's hosts, Corbet, Kory and William, are knowledgeable, friendly and entertaining!

    A Great Place!

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    These guys are the best! Great food, great rooms, lively conversation, enormous (and fantastic!)gardens (incl. heated pool - YES!) - we just can't say enough good things about this place! Bill & Corbet went out of their way to obtain dinner reservations that worked with our schedule (all the places they selected were great, too - especially Lela's!), tell us about extra activities that were going on at the Shakespeare Festival while we were there (we actually got to view an original copy of Shakespeare's First Folio!), and really helped us forget about "the real world" for a few days. Because of them and their B&B, we intend to make Ashland a permanent destination point. We can't wait to return!

    Taste & Laughs

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    Hands down the best B & B for me! The decor has taste, the owners funny & real. Highly recommend!

    The Best and most magical Bed and Breakfast in Ashland

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    Arden Forest Inn has the best to offer anyone! We loved the 2 room suite, the play discussions at breakfast time, the almost unreal gardens, and the in-ground heated swimming pool! In our opinion there is no other Bed and Breakfast to worth while staying at in Ashland (and we have tried many). Bill and Corbet are very knowledgeable of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Plays and they even have a guest library with all of the plays and synopses if you need to brush up.

    The Best

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    Arden Forest Inn is the best. They have thought of everything. Beautiful gardens - very peaceful. I will return often.

    Great visit to Ashland

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    Corbet and Bill, returned to Livermore safe and sound after a great visit to Ashland. Especially enjoyed our breakfast with you two. Your wit, hospitality and pancakes put us at ease and facilitated a delightful interaction with the other guests. They were interesting and asked some good questions. I hope they got tickets to some good shows. My daughter still thinks 'Macbeth' was excellent.Some of my pictures are attached.Gil S

    2 thumbs up

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    This Inn is the best that I have stayed at in Ashland and I have stayed at least 6 different B&B's in there. The hosts are absolutely charming. The rooms and grounds are superb. In my opinion this is the only place in Ashland to stay.B. Anaman

    TripAdvisor Reviews Arden Forest Inn Ashland

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    Travel Blogs from Ashland

    Shakespeare and more

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jun 10, 2015

    14 photos

    ... coming January and February! Joe Haj, who created this production of Pericles, is about to become the new director of the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, and he is taking Pericles on the road, with the same staging, cast and crew. Don't miss it!



    On Thursday morning we met Barzin Akhavan, another OSF actor who generously shared his life story with us. His family brought him from Iran to Seattle, where ...

    Welcome to Ashland

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jun 08, 2015

    35 photos

    ... poking around the ruins of the dome where people had visited Ashland to hear music and lectures of the Chatauqua movement in the early 20th century. He noticed the shape of it was similar to what he'd read about Elizabethan theaters like Shakespeare's Globe. So he proposed to build an outdoor stage there and put on Twelfth Night and the Merchant of Venice as part of the city's 4th of ...

    First night alone...

    A travel blog entry by amoris on Mar 10, 2014

    15 photos

    ... pesto cheese tortellini (even though I paid an arm and a leg for it) while I read a book about a walk-about... seems appropriate.

    After dinner, I went back to the Air B&B, turned on the John Denver Pandora station (I mean, LOOK at the decor, it just screams JD) and started writing my blog and some post cards. The apartment had this sweet antique record player with an iPhone attachment, and ...

    Real Ashes

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Aug 01, 2013

    ... the Standing Stone Brewery were encouraging so we found the place and were fortunate to be seated quickly. Within minutes of our arrival the line outside began to build. We took our time and enjoyed a very good meal. As tempting as the local brews sounded, I couldn't resist the Ginger Lemonade. What a treat! And the berry cobbler for dessert was an extra that we had to try.
    The smoke was still heavy as we headed back to our room. The bonus though was the beautiful setting sun. ...

    Utah, Nevada, California & Oregon

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Apr 27, 2013

    5 comments, 50 photos

    ... down the road in Jambo to find some supper. No sooner were we on the main drag than a police cruiser pulls alongside momentarily, then pulls back behind us
    followed by its driver yelling at us over his PA system to pull over and stop. Initially, we didn’t hear him as we had the windows up tight due to the cold, the heater going full blast and the radio on for the weather. Once we had complied with instructions the cruiser pulled in behind us (they never pull in front ...