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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Ashland reviews

  • Highly recommend

    "We wanted to catch a play in Ashland, to break up our treehouse stay in Cave Jtn and Klamath birding. We didn't expect such a delightful stay. Walkable to everywhere. Delightful private outside table to eat. And everything you need inside. Very clean. Just great, long term or overnight."
    Guest: Steve B. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 4, 2014
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  • Comfy cabin!

    "Neat place! Hot tub was great!"
    Guest: Melissa M. Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: January 11, 2014
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  • Excellent Ashland Cottage

    "This immaculate cottage is easy walking distance to the theaters. The loft is perfect for kids or younger adults; the stairs are pretty steep for seniors. The kitchen is very nice and has every pan and tool you could ever need except a flat bottomed fry pan for bacon and pancakes (I'll bring my own next year when we return). We didn't need to use the air conditioner. The gas grill on the front deck was an added bonus. We have already reserved the cottage for next year."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • LOVED it!

    "The cottage was adorable and cozy, I especially loved all the home made furniture and quilts. I also liked having our own deck. This place is great for a weekend or even a week getaway!"
    Guest: Rave Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 2, 2014
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Ashland Travel Tips

Ashland Vacation Rentals in South Oregon’s Rogue Valley

Southern Oregon’s fertile Rogue Valley was originally inhabited by the Rogue Indians and settled by pioneers around 1846. Visitors to Ashland vacation rentals will find it somewhat easier to get here nowadays. The region is serviced by Medford International Airport and by car is accessed from Interstate 5. The area has a mild climate with distinct seasons. The warm summers and good snow during the winter make it an ideal year-round vacation area.

Ashland Vacation Houses for Historic Towns

The town of Ashland is just 15 miles from the border with California at the southern end of this stunning valley. With its backdrop of the 7,500-foot high Mount Ashford and its setting in the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains, Ashland makes a great vacation base. Ashland lodging offers a variety of outdoor activities with the benefits and convenience of a town. The town has charming neighborhoods with wide streets and a variety of parks and gardens. It is great place to relax and walk or bike around. The nearby town of Medford is renowned for its wineries and vineyards. Here, visitors can enjoy wandering the market to buy direct from the growers with specialties of jams and jellies, beautifully fresh vegetables, cheeses and fruits fresh from the orchards. To make the most of a vacation here, visitors will enjoy the many scenic routes to explore here. Among these is Grants Pass, an old river town where the pace of life remains a tranquil one. At the Rogue River Loop, visitors will find a loop of natural attractions, including the southern end of the Oregon Trail. A walking tour takes in sites like the area of the Rogue Indian Wars, the Grave Creek Covered Bridge and a stop at the historic Wolf Creek Inn.

Ashland Vacation Houses Are ideal for the Great Outdoors All Year-Round

Ashland vacation houses in this valley region are ideal to explore the valleys of South Umpqua and the Illinois Valley. South Umpqua is home to many historic old towns like Canyonville, Days Creek, Myrtle Creek, Riddle, and Tri City. Each is unique but all offer a chance to explore a rural way of life. There are various museums to discover as well as outdoor pursuits like fishing, boating, and hiking. The Illinois Valley is on route to the Wild Rivers Coastline of Oregon. One of Oregon’s best state parks is here, at Lake Selmac. Nearby, stop to view the meadows of carnivorous plants such as Cobra Lillies and spectacular wild flowers. Famous for its "Land of Umpqua," the city of Roseburg is a great place with many natural areas to discover. Here, two branches of the Umpqua River meet to form a glorious river. Visitors can experience whitewater rafting, explore the waterfalls, hike the trails by the river, and anglers can fish for salmon and steelhead. The Highway of the Waterfalls is a designated National Scenic Byway, filled with some of the most incredible waterfalls and nature trails leading to hidden away fishing holes. This area is perfect for winter activities such as downhill and cross country skiing and snowmobiling.

Ashland Lodging Includes Spacious Family Homes and Cozy Cabins

There is a wide variety of Ashland vacation houses around Mount Hood. Whether visitors require a spacious home for 15 or a cozy cabin for two with a hot tub, visitors will find a great place waiting here. Each home comes equipped with everything you need for a great vacation, including fully equipped kitchens, patios or decks with furniture and BBQs, and luxuries like wifi internet access and games areas. Some are waterfront properties; some are in the forests and some by the golf course. Wherever you want to be, the perfect place awaits you.

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