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The Willows
3347 Old Stage Road
Central Point, OR 97502
Phone: +1--5416653020
Fax: +1--5416653021

Joe & Sandy Dowling

English, French

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Waterfalls, ponds, and secret pathways all abound as you wander the grounds of the Willows. Be prepared to encounter a wild turkey, a great blue heron, a squirrel or two, and be serenaded by the croaking of our resident bullfrogs and crickets in the evenings.  The Willows Estate encompasses over five and one half acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, and whimsical pathways through over 250 prized roses in the gardens, and thousands of native perennials.
As you enter through the majestic, poplar-lined drive you step back in time, to when beautiful orchard mansions dotted the foothills of the Rogue Valley.A favorite photo spot! Ancient Willows drape the great pond on the property. We have plenty of frogs and fish to watch, as well as migrating birds including wild turkeys, Mallards, Snowy Egrets and Great Blue Herons, who all visit regularly.
Bora da means beautiful dawn in Welch. Once upon a time that was the name for the estate. Today, Bora da is the name of a favorite room--decorated in black/white toile, it has a comfy queen four-poster bed and terific views of the waterfalls and great pond on the estate.Throughout The Willows Resort living areas and rooms you will find very fine antique furnishings, exquisite oriental carpets, original oil paintings, fresh flowers from our gardens, and comfortable places to relax or enjoy friends in this authentic Rogue Valley Orchard Mansion Resort. The estate was designed in the Craftsman Style in 1908 and the Mansion was completely remodeled in 2004 to offer our guests every modern amenity in a period setting.
The idyllic front lawn offers a great place to relax, read a book, or sip some wine while enjoying the best views of the valley. Some of the oldest elm trees in the entire Rogue Valley help insure shade and cool breezes on summer evenings. On July 4th you can see fireworks from five towns across the skyline.The McCaskey Room boasts a magnificent antique walnut and mahogony, King-sized, four poster bed, a perfect fit for any would be land baron. The room has a jacuzzi, a fireplace, and a very large balcony from which to view the city lights acoss the valley and the majestic peaks of  snowy Mt. McGlouglin and Roxy Ann in the distance.
The sparkling clear Willows in-ground pool is open June through September. It is surrounded by lush gardens and lounge chairs and provides a perfect spot to swim or relax after a day of wine-tasting, sightseeing, rafting or hiking in the Rogue Valley. No lifeguard is on duty.The Marigold Room is furnished in Eastlake Period antiques, and has an original gold-tiled fireplace with views of the pool and gardens. It is a perennial guest favorite. The room takes its name from one of the longest residents of the mansion, Mary McCaskey and the gold highlights in the tiles of the room's fireplace.
The charming Carriage House at The Willows is the home of  the Willows Cooking School and also offers family accomodations year-round. It is located near the cobblestone patio and the great Willow Pond, and offers great views of the gardens. The patio is a great place to enjoy a glass of our great Rogue Valley wine in the evening.The Madden Room has a king-sized hand-tooled, walnut and metal bed and like our other rooms is tastefully furnished with beautiful antiques. This room also has sweeping views of the Rogue Valley.
The Willows Cooking School can seat up to 16 students. Regular classes are offered on a scheudle year-round, and private classes can be arranged for groups of 10 or more on any cuisine--we even have a Martini Madness Class for special showers and Girls' Night Out! The Butler's Retreat is nestled in the treetops on the third floor and has a comfy window seat from which to see the valley views. This room can also accommodate a third guest in a pull out sofa-bed.