Chanticleer Inn B&B

Address: 120 Gresham St., Ashland, Oregon, 97520, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 120 Gresham 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 Chanticleer Inn B&B Ashland

    Just Lovely!


    We loved our stay at the Chanticleer Inn. Howie and Ellen (the Inn-keepers) were charming hosts and always were a source of lively conversation. Wonderful breakfasts that were both delicious and healthy. Will come back!

    Found a new "home" in Ashland, Oregon


    We have been traveling to Ashland, Oregon to see the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for over 15 years and have stayed at one Bed and Breakfast for all of those years. Unfortunately, it closed last year and we were forced to start "sleeping around" to find a new place to stay on our twice a year visits. We never thought we would find a place that we liked as much, but we have found our new home in the Chanticleer Inn B & B, on Gresham Street in Ashland, Oregon. The house is beautiful, a restored Craftsman style home with lots of character. We stayed upstairs in the Aerie, and were thrilled with the wonderful view from our windows. Nice touches like hairdryers, razors and blankets to take to the outdoor evening plays add to the homey feel. The gardens are beautiful and a nice place to relax. The innkeepers, Ellen and Howie Campbell are delightful. Lots of local information as well as great conversations about other places to travel around the world. The breakfasts at the Inn are some of the best I have ever had. Great variety (we stayed for 5 breakfasts) including some sweet and savory in each breakfast using fresh ingredients and tons of creativity. We look forward to getting to know the Innkeepers better over the next years as we return over and over again to Ashlland,the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Chanticleer Inn.

    Perfect Relaxation at Chanticleer Inn, Ashland, OR


    This is an idyllic B&B for those who want to get way from the hustle of city life. Its picturesque surroundings, cozy rooms and not to forget Ellen's exotic 3 course breakfast gave us both the enjoyment and the rest we were looking for. We were delighted with Ellen and Howie's company at the breakfast table and hope to keep up the great relationship we developed in just 2 nights of stay at this wonderful place.

    Our Favoite Place in Ashland


    We couldn't have enjoyed our stay at the Chanticleer more! The house, the food, the location, and above all the wonderful hosts! We have visited Ashland several times before, but now that we have found the Chanticleer, we always know where we will stay in the future.

    At home at the Chanticleer


    What lovely hosts, what lovely gardens! Couldn't have found a better place to anchor our explorations of ashland and beyond! Looked forward to seeing our hosts everyday. Beds very comfy. Chanticleer is central to theaters and the best ashland has to offer. Don't miss the chocolate chip cookies. We'll definitely be back!

    Very enjoyable stay


    The Ashland Chanticleer Inn is in a location very convenient to downtown shops, restaurants, Lithia Park, and the Shakespeare theatres, but it is necessary to walk up a fairly steep hill to get there from downtown. For most people, this shouldn't be a problem, but for someone with mobility issues, it may be necessary to drive the few blocks to the theatre.

    This very charming inn is on a quiet street, surrounded by gardens, providing a peaceful setting. It is also artificial fragrance free, which is a very welcome change from most establishments.

    The hosts are exceptionally sociable and helpful and they serve a very yummy breakfast.

    If you book a room in the lower level, be aware that you can hear the sounds of people walking over head in the common living room/dining room as well as kitchen area above. Luckily everyone goes to bed after the theatre, and breakfast is served at 9 AM for everyone, so activity does not start too early.

    We would definitely stay there again.



    Ellen was a wonderful host. The breakfast is amazing, the way the dining room is set up so that you can converse with your fellow guests is great, and the room was absolutely beautiful.

    You can easily walk to the plays from here--it's a three block walk. There is a bit of a climb up to the house, but after all the eating we did, we needed it!

    We'd definitely stay here again. In fact, we will be making our reservations for next year very soon.

    Fabulous Stay!


    We loved our stay at the Chanticleer! Great food, real comfy beds and well appointed rooms. Best of all the innkeepers were so hospitable and wonderful cooks.

    The Chanticleer - A Destination in of itself


    "Five Star" gourmet breakfast. Each room a delight and the gardens are serene and beautiful. Be sure to snooze in the hammock and don't forget to help yourself to the homemade cookies!

    Fabulous place: great food, comfortable and elegant rooms, fun conversation


    Great place to stay! The B&B is close to everything, off Main Street (read: it's quiet) so we can walk to the theaters and restaurants. We immediately felt welcomed and at home. The place has been newly decorated and landscaped so it's clean and elegant.

    Wonderful breakfasts (we did not have to eat lunch!) and fun conversation. What more could one want in a B&B?

    We're going back.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Chanticleer Inn B&B Ashland

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Ashland

    Shakespeare and more

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jun 10, 2015

    14 photos

    ... have to see it! All I can say is a storm at sea is recreated by a huge, hand painted, billowing sheet of silk.

    Those of you who have the opportunity to go to Ashland should definitely see this show--it's an incredible production, one of the best I've ever seen. And Pericles isn't even one of Shakespeare's best or most popular plays! And good news for my Minnesota friends and family--mark your calendars ...

    An American in America

    A travel blog entry by expatrepat on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... above the knee when sitting or walked with a slight swagger were spot on.

    This added to the humor of the play of course, but it was the one male actor who actually brought me to tears of laughter: a large and fluffy white dog who played Crab. As Launce was wailing on stage, lamenting that his dog Crab is the only one in his family who wasn’t sad to see him go, the dog let out a long and pointed ...

    First night alone...

    A travel blog entry by amoris on Mar 10, 2014

    15 photos

    ... ve been through in the last few months and all the goodbyes, it was refreshing to just enjoy the time to myself. Here is the place I found:

    I unpacked my things, watched the sunset in the clouds, had some lovely wine (thanks Shelia!) and then headed out to an Italian restaurant I found on Yelp (and neglected to notice the $$$ price icons). I thoroughly enjoyed the ...

    Real Ashes

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Aug 01, 2013

    ... People on the streets and in their cars around town were wearing masks to diffuse the smoke. It was bad enough to burn one's eyes, but only if you spent extended time in the open air.
    So sightseeing was out. In reading about Ashland I learned that it is the home to a major Shakespeare festival and that in fact the season was on going. Getting tickets to a performance was more than we wanted to do, but we decided to drive into town to see what it has to offer. The ...

    Thursday, Friday, & Saturday at Hornbrook

    A travel blog entry by nagaiadventure on Aug 19, 2012

    ... they would have some...nope. There was a school bus full of immigrant workers and the place was packed and made me really uneasy. I drove all the way back to the RV (a 20 minute commute), and made some sandwiches for dinner and grabbed the sunblock.

    We stayed at the pool until 7pm. The kids made friends with a boy around Danielle's age and Matsu played with his cousin who is a teenager. He chatted her ear off in the pool, telling her everything from ...