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Bayberry Inn Bed and Breakfast dinning roomAward winning Bayberry Inn Bed & Breakfast is a large stately 1920’s Craftsman style home in the heart of Ashland, Oregon. It’s the perfect location to unwind and only 5 short blocks to downtown shops, restaurants & the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Take advantage of nearby hiking & biking trails and the beautiful Lithia Park just minutes away.

The Bayberry Inn is perfect for both business and leisure travellers with our 6 beautifully appointed bedrooms all with private bathrooms, complimentary WiFi & off street parking. Daily complimentary gourmet breakfast, afternoon baked goods & Port and Sherry are provided as well as wonderful Gilchrist & Soames amenities for all our guests. We also offer special Oregon Shakespeare Festival Packages to our guests throughout the OSF season that provide a huge savings for show tickets. Our guests also get to enjoy our new complimentary 240V EV (Electric Vehicle) Charging Capabilities.

 

This is the perfect stepping off point for the OSF. Walking distance to the Festival. The rooms are clean, welcoming and cozy. I love the little living room where there is always something to sip or nibble on. The best part of the Inn is the owner, Francesca. A former expat, who gave up the fast lane to follow a long held dream. She is full of energy and gives everything her personal touch, while overseeing every detail. I plan to return every year, if at all possible. Eva Wendel  (Google Review, 2016)

Our stay was a wonderful experience!

May 2014, Trip Advisor Review (AnjW7)

#2 in Oregon 100 Best Destinations…

The Bayberry Inn in Ashland, will be our first choice of a lovely place to stay when visiting that city.

The rooms and bathrooms are nicely decorated and very clean, the beds are comfortable, and the Innkeeper Francesca has the gift of hospitality.

We felt pampered!

Trip Advisor Review, DougG

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