- Cave Junction
- Central Point
- Crater Lake
- Crescent Lake
- Eagle Point
- Emigrant Lake
- Gold Hill
- Grants Pass
- Howard Prairie Lake
- Klamath Falls
- Lake of the Woods
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
Recent Southern Oregon reviews
"There were 4 of us who shared 3 nights in this well-appointed, comfortable cabin. The grounds were lovely and with the bonus of a full moon on the water, we had spectacular views by day and night. We enjoyed the quiet, the wildlife, the fishing. This place offered a great jump-off point for biking and hikes as well. It was the perfect place for a long, quiet-yet-active weekend. We will return!"Guest: Western Seeker Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 22, 2014View listing
"Wonderful house with lots of room to spread out so everyone has their own space. Unbeatable views from deck, living room, and master bedroom. As another reviewer pointed out, it's not within walking distance of the theaters but makes a great getaway between stints in town. Owners are very responsive, kitchen well appointed, and house is clean and inviting. We hope to stay here again!"Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 2014View listing
"My husband and I loved this townhouse. It's very contemporary, beautifully designed and furnished, with exceptionally comfortable furniture, soft atmospheric lighting, and flatscreen televisions everywhere. The inter-room music system is superb; the owner showed us how to use this, and we enjoyed it no end. The kitchen is elaborate and stocked with everything a person might need. Though we did not do a lot of cooking (Ashland has so many amazing restaurants--Peerless, Amuse, Sesame, and others), we appreciated elegant wine glasses, dishes of all sorts, and ample refrigerator space for wine, chocolate, fresh fruit, yogurt, etc. A comfortable dining area provided a terrific place for entertaining our grown children, who live in town and stopped by for wine and take-out food from Sesame (outrageously good, by the way). The shower took a bit of getting used to since we tried to be very careful not to get water on the wood floors. We conquered it, though. And otherwise, everything worked beautifully. The townhouse does go up four floors, so if stairs are an issue, that would be something to think about. We liked all those stairs, actually, since we had built-in exercise--plus the drama of a multi-story home undeniably added to the ambiance. The view from the fourth floor outdoor patio is spectacular, just as advertised, and we'd have used it much more had it been just a bit warmer during our stay. We particularly appreciated the private indoor parking and exceptional security system. This townhouse is truly private, and I've never felt safer. Above all, the location is unbeatable. The townhouse sits right in the heart of downtown Ashland, about a one-minute walk from theaters or Starbuck's coffee, just around the corner from Amuse Restaurant, and (get this, shoppers), just across the alley from the back entry to Paddington Station (downright dangerous for a Paddington fan like me). We would definitely consider going back, and would surely recommend this property to friends."Guest: Vicki S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 2014View listing
"After five restful nights, we hated to leave the Aspen Cottage. The cottage is so comfortable and well-equipped, we could live there. The photos are accurate. Both the bed and the sofa were very comfortable. The owners were helpful and friendly while respecting our privacy. For the price of a B & B, we had our own space with a very functional kitchen, a living room, dining area, bedroom, beautiful bathroom with a good shower and an extra room. An inviting garden with a table and umbrella offered a secluded space to eat or read. We will come again to Ashland for the Shakespeare Festival. We will stay again at the Aspen Cottage. It felt like our home away from home and beckons us to return."Guest: Neil R. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014View listing
Southern Oregon Travel Tips
South Oregon is home to North America’s deepest lake, green valleys, wineries and the breathtaking Crater Lake National Park. It is the perfect state for those who enjoy spectacular scenery and outdoor activities. From lake-filled valleys to high desert, Oregon has a huge range of activities, miles of scenic byways, world-class bird-watching and a fascinating history dating back to the legendary Gold Rush. The Britt Music Festival and Ashland’s Shakespeare Festival draw thousands to the region each year to enjoy the cultural attractions, theaters, museums and galleries.
Southern Oregon Vacation Rentals Make Great Home Bases for Travel
Those looking to enjoy the great outdoors need look no further than a comfortable cabin or home in Southern Oregon. Offering a comfortable place to call your own, vacations rentals offer plenty of privacy amidst some of Oregon’s most spectacular scenery. Take life easy from a log cabin, get up when you like, use the home as a base from which to explore, or just sit on the porch and relax. Rental homes are ideal for couples looking for a romantic retreat or larger families wanting space to spread out. With comfortable living space and a fully equipped kitchen, catering for those with special diets is easy. When you want a night out, local restaurants and bars will give guests a warm South Oregon welcome.
How to Get to Your Southern Oregon Lodging
Southern Oregon is served by several major airports; you can find the closest one, depending upon where your Southern Oregon vacation rentals are located. Portland International Airport is 226 miles from Medford, Reno-Tahoe International Airport is 252 miles from Medford and Sacramento International Airport is 259 miles away. A car is essential for reaching your vacation home but hiking, biking, kayaking and horse riding can be used to explore the local area.
Things to do in Southern Oregon
A trip to Oregon’s wild coast makes a contrast from the mountainous interior; the coast is nicknamed “America’s Wild Rivers Coast.” Visit the Heart of the Dunes or head for Jacksonville, a National Historic Landmark town from the days of the 19th-century Gold Rush. You can still pan for gold here or take a tour down an old gold mine. The High Country is where Crater Lake nestles amidst the high desert region, with incredible deep blue waters in its volcanic caldera.
Southern Oregon Cottages are Perfect for Outdoor Enthusiasts
Those looking for outdoor pursuits will love Oregon. It offers opportunities for all kinds of outdoor activities in some of the most breathtaking scenery. Adrenalin junkies will enjoy river rafting, jet boat rides, kayaking, mountain biking and waterskiing. Jet skiing, sailing and other water sports can all be enjoyed here. When the snow is on the ground, the mountains of Southern Oregon are perfect for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and snow-shoeing. The area is also popular with bird-watchers and nature-lovers with a host of small mammals, deer, coyotes, road runners, hawks and even moose and mountain lions.
What to Expect from Southern Oregon Weather
The climate varies depending upon the altitude and location but generally summers are pleasantly hot and sunny, and winters are cold and snowy. Medford lodging lies between the Cascades and the Siskiyou Mountains and is drier and warmer than some other areas. Summers in Medford can have temperatures above 90 F (32 C) and even higher in July and August but the area also has fog in the winter.