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- Minimum stay:2 nights
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
The cabin is set in the woods with a beautiful garden pathway leading to it. The covered porch overlooks the creek. You may see deer roaming through in the early morning or evening. The interior is newly redecorated with a queen-sized bed, bath with shower, a small refrigerator and microwave.
If what you are looking for is a big kitchen where you can cook and eat just like you do at home, we aren't the place for you. But if you're wanting to relax and enjoy the local eateries, we have many to choose from.
- Vacation Rental
- Not Suitable For Children
- 1 Bedrooms, Sleeps 2, Beds for 2
- Bedroom 1
- Queen size Beds (1)
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Parking Off Street
- Linens Provided
- Deck / Patio
Location & View
- Whitewater Rafting
- Medical Services
- Fitness Center
- Wildlife Viewing
- Bird Watching
- Sight Seeing
- Scenic Drives
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Winery Tours
- Live Theater
- Ice Skating
Medford is the largest city with all the services you would need. With ski season starting, we are just 17 miles from Mount Ashland Ski Resort. Historical Jacksonville has the Britt Festival and many tourist attractions. Ashland is famous for the Shakespeare Festival and park. Mount Ashland features seasonal skiing, and the Rogue River has jet-boat tours, fishing and whitewater rafting in the summer. Nearby are many mountain lakes for recreation of all kinds. You'll also want to include the majestic Crater Lake in your Southern Oregon adventure....morecollapse
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My husband and I spent three lovely nights in this tiny cabin in the Rogue Valley countryside. The cabin has been in the owner's family for a century. The nights are quiet and dark, the creek bubbles by, the antique glider/rocker on the front porch couldn't be more comfortable. The "kitchenette" counter doubles as a bathroom counter, but the sink is deep enough and there is enough room to prepare a rudimentary meal with the microwave, coffee maker and fridge. The bed is incredibly comfortable. Janie and Dan are kindly hosts. The cabin is squeaky clean and I was pleased to discover a drawer full of toiletries and a hair dryer, which I had forgotten to pack! The Shakespearean festival in Ashland is just 15 minutes away. Don't forget to have a delicious French meal at New Sammy's Cowboy Bistro, on 99E in Talent (yes, you read that right. Ask the owner, Vernon, for his wine recommendation). We definitely want to return to this idyllic spot.
- Guest Operavoice
- Date of stay 04/11/13
- Review Submitted 04/17/13
Recommended for: Age 55+, romantic getaway.
A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE - MUCH NEEDED RETREAT!
A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE - MUCH NEEDED RETREAT!
This place is amazing. So cozy and warm. I felt like I was entering an enchanted dream. EVERYTHING was perfect, clean, orderly. The hosts were available - but not under foot. A must for me when I needed to relax. I was exhausted. Mom and I stayed here and ended up some days sleeping in late and then sitting around laughing and talking in the cabin. The area around the cabin is lush. And perfect for roaming. It is close to everything that you could possibly want to go to. We were greeted at 10:30 pm the night of arrival by the hosts - totally unexpected - they wanted to make sure we were safe and had all our questions answered. I can't say enough - I will return often!! What a wonderful Christmas and first memory of this special place - home away from home!!!
- Guest Carol
- Date of stay 12/23/12
- Review Submitted 01/10/13
Recommended for: Age 55+, pet owners, romantic getaway, sightseeing.
Delightful Stay at Creekside Cabin
Delightful Stay at Creekside Cabin
My sister and I had a great time staying at this creekside cabin for three nights. The cabin is exactly as show in the photos, and is immaculately clean and comfortable. The decor of the cabin is quite charming with a peach theme. The bed was very comfortable for a good night's sleep. One morning a deer crossed the bridge as we were having breakfast at the table by the window. It was very relaxing to sit on the deck to enjoy the woods and sound of the creek. Coming back to the cabin after dark, it was charming to be greeted by the lighted smudge pots lining the pathway. If you aren't familiar with smudge pots, they are used to keep the fruit blossoms warm at night during a spring freeze. The cabin owners are excellent hosts. They were very welcoming and helpful with any questions we had. The cabin is in an excellent central location for visiting Ashland, Jacksonville, or Medford. There are excellent wineries nearby for those who want to explore the Rogue Valley wineries. I recommend a visit to Pebblestone or Edenvale, which are just a couple of miles from the cabin. If you visit Jacksonville, try to take the trolley tour of the town. In Medford you might find it interesting to take a tour of the Harry & David factory. You can watch them make Moose Munch and go home with a complementary box of truffles. This cabin in the woods is a delightful place to take a vacation and enjoy all that the Rogue Valley has to offer. The hosts will take great care of you and your needs.
- Guest Sally
- Date of stay 03/20/12
- Review Submitted 07/30/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, sightseeing.
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2 night min stay
- Refundable Damage Deposit: $100
- Pet Fee: $25
- $25 for the first pet and $10 for each additional: $25
- cleaning fee: $50
- Taxes Not included
No smoking anywhere on the property. $100 security deposit due by check 15 days before check in. The check will be returned or torn up when guests depart and everything checks out.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
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- Nearest Airport: Medford International at 10 Miles
- Nearest Train: Klamath Falls at 120 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: I5 at 3 Miles
- Nearest Beach: Brookings, OR at 100 Miles
- Nearest Ski: Mount Ashland at 17 Miles
- Nearest Golf: Centennial Golf Course at 4 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: Debby's Diner at 2 Miles
Year Purchased: 1977
About the owner: We have been married since 1982 and have lived here the whole time. Dan is an automotive specialist building special-interest vehicles. Janie teaches first grade in a local Christian school. We are so thankful to the Lord Jesus for the unique ongoing blessing to live on this property that is so much a part of my heritage.
Why the Owner Chose Medford:
My grandfather purchased the greater property back in the 1920's. My parents bought part of it in the early sixties. When I got married and needed my own place, my parents subdivided again and gave me 3 1/2 acres. On the greater property was this cabin that my great-grandfather had lived in during the depression. My dream was to move it to our side of the creek and rebuild it to be a guest cabin. We completed the project in 2008 and would love to share it with you.
The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
As you drive across our bridge, you will be greeted by huge oaks that provide shade for the park area where we also host weddings. We are bordered on one side by the creek and a well-kept vineyard on the other. The rose garden and other flower beds will delight you. We have strived to create a peaceful, park-like setting apart from the hustle and bustle of life where you can find a quiet place to reflect and smell the roses.
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Front step of your retreat
Living space/bedroom with closets and dresser
Sink and vanity
Front porch and side deck
Approaching the cabin from the bridge that crosses Coleman Creek
A rare snowy day
Good-sleeping queen-sized bed
From the front porch, looking down Coleman Creek
Your hosts, Dan and Janie
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