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Recent Ashland reviews

  • Gorgeous & comfortable Arty Cottage

    "This cottage in the hills above Ashland is very unique. Every piece of furniture is original, as Tom and Margaret are furniture makers. I enjoyed admiring all the furniture, bookshelves, etc. There are gorgeous quilts and blankets throughout (I assume Margaret's talent)! The cottage is well equipped with everything you will need for a pleasant stay. It is very relaxing to sit on the back deck in the trees. It was my favorite activity until the knats ate me up. (It IS in the woods!). The upstairs bed (Loft) was incredibly comfortable. And the downstairs bunk bed is a nice little reading nook with good lighting and tons of pillows. There was a surprising amount of road noise for being out in the country, including some trucks. But it typically gets quiet at night, which is what I was looking for. All in all , it is a very pleasant stay in a really unique cottage outside Ashland. Karen Brooks"
    Guest: Karen B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 20, 2016
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  • Curry Cabin plus Annex

    "We spent a wonderful week at the Curry cabin and its adjoining annex. It was a family reunion of 9 people (2 kids under 10) and 1 dog. The cabin was sweet and rustic,…kitchen fully stocked, beds comfortable, a lovely backyard facing the lake with a nice view of the mountains. We had a problem with the plumbing early in the week which meant that we did not have the use of the downstairs bathroom for two days. Randy was very responsive and the handyman was able to help us out early on our third day there. It was inconvenient but we felt that our concerns were addressed. The lake is quite low and was quite a distance from the house…the area around it was covered with goose poop. This did not make the area conducive for swimming, fishing or using the boats that the cabin offers. That was our choice and Randy was very helpful with suggestions of other places to swim. Since it was a hot week we made good use of his suggestions of a quarry and another, smaller lake. There were no beaches on the lake but the water was refreshing and clean. In the interests of full disclosure…the write up of the house says that there is internet access. This is not actually true. As Randy told us prior to our arriving, you can create your own “hotspot” using your cell phone but we weren’t able to get this to work because of limited cell service. So if internet is important to anyone, be forewarned. Also understand that there are really only two bedrooms in the main house. The loft is an open area overlooking the living room next to the upstairs bedroom. If you add the annex there are three bedrooms plus the loft. The loft was perfect for the kids and their very generous aunt. The cabin is up in the mountains above Ashland…it is a 35-40 minute drive up a very windy, steep mountain road where there are often open road areas right next to a steep drop-off. This was a bit daunting at first but got easier as the week went along. Because there is not much in the way of groceries up on the mountain planning meals at the beginning of the week and really loading up on supplies made our stay less stressful. We really loved the annex…it is right off of the kitchen to the main house and was the perfect place for our family members to find a bit of privacy. All in all the cabin is as advertised…rustic and very adequate for 9 people…we even had an extra bed had we needed it."
    Guest: Laurie G. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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  • Mouna and the BnB were wonderful!

    "First let's talk about what you NEED to know. 3 miles of steep switchback gravel road to get into the valley. But once you do, you are transported back in time. The barnhouse is a rural barn that was transformed into a 3 story house. Things are put together creatively, and the decor is eclectic. 7 people from 15-72 years old were comfortable the entire 5 nights. The kitchen was well stocked, and the entire house is impeccably clean. The area was so quiet and peaceful, with a family of deer gorging on the apples from the Apple tree. It takes about 36 mins. to get to the Ashland Shakespeare theaters, so if that's you're plan, plan accordingly. If you want a relaxed vacation this is the place!"
    Guest: Heather K. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 21, 2016
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  • Quiet, tranquil setting.

    "Comfortable roomy accommodations, with a deck and small courtyard. 10 minute walk to theaters."
    Guest: Deanna W. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 11, 2016
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