1883 Victorian on National Register, recently restored, just one block from Shakespeare theaters and downtown Plaza. While staying with us you will live in the lap of luxury enjoying the modern conveniences of Wi-Fi, the comforts of fine linens combined with gracious sitting rooms and magnificent antiques some of which are original to the house. The ten guest rooms are all newly furnished and offer amenities including fireplaces and romantic seating areas.
5 on September 19, 2016
My stay at the McCall House was wonderful. The staff was friendly. Food was fabulous. And, the location was extremely convenient. I highly recommend this B&B.
5 on September 13, 2016
We enjoyed our experience at McCall House B&B very much. We are locals but wanted to get away for a night for our anniversary and it was the perfect spot. The room was lovely, bright and very comfortable. We were able to walk to downtown quickly and enjoyed some time on the adorable patio in the evening. Breakfast was delicious and the host was friendly and knowledgable about the history of the home. We will definitely plan to stay again sometime and will recommend to friends and out of town guests.
3.8 on August 16, 2016
Such a beautiful home and extremely comfortable and clean. Gorgeous with a charming atmosphere. While it was relaxing and conveniently located, it was only our fourth experience with a Bed and Breakfast and it was much more expensive than lodging we typically reserve, so I am speaking from inexperience with luxury bed and breakfast locations. The breakfast was very tasty but not abundant and no offers of refills or seconds so it did not satisfy my 13 year old. Coffee, tea and water are self serve and abundant however, it was hard to get up and get any because when people are seated, there was no room to move your chair backward without hitting the person behind you, let along walk around the dining room to where coffee was.
4.2 on August 10, 2016
Beautiful spot well maintained ... Great example of what a B & B should be.
4.0 on August 04, 2016
Only stayed one night and it was a short stay at that. Wish we could have relaxed there longer and enjoyed the entire property. Clean, comfy and great food. The chef prepared pancakes for my children without any hesitation when she found out they didn't like spinach, which was the main filling in the pastry that morning.
4.8 on July 12, 2016
Daniel, the innkeeper, went out of his way to explain the history of the inn and town. He made me feel conformable from the minute i arrived and answered all of my questions. The entire staff was pleasant and helpful, getting with smiles and warmth. We were sad to leave and can't wait to return.
5 on July 06, 2016
5 on July 02, 2016
My wife and I stayed here for a week to take in several plays. It was clean, comfortable, perfect location to walk into town and the breakfasts were excellent. They had arranged for a Speaker at breakfast who explained the plays. We will be back.
5 on June 20, 2016
Made our Shakespeare trip perfect. Wonderful room and service and food. The guest speaker who talked about OSF was great.
5 on May 13, 2016
We had such a pleasant stay at McCall House Bed & Breakfast. Besides the charm and cleanliness, every detail for comfort seemed to have been thought through. They've obviously been doing this for a long time for everything, from check-in to the room to the delicious breakfast to run so smoothly.
This warm and inviting guest room is named in honor of William Tecumseh Sherman’s 1884 visit with the McCalls. The four-poster queen bed is a prominent feature of this room while a cozy sitting area and original stained glass and private bath with shower create a serene oasis. Located on first floor.
In Victorian times, the family would sleep here on balmy summer nights. Today, spectacularly converted, this mini-suite is one of our most requested rooms. Decorated with whimsical elegance, this room has a fireplace, sitting area, king bed, trundle bed, wet bar, fridge, microwave, and TV. The private bath features a clawfoot tub and a separate shower.
This stately room is named in honor of Geoffrey Chaucer whose portrait adorns an intricate antique stained-glass window separating the new bath from the main room. Marble topped furnishings and sizable antiques are at home in this large room with queen bed, comfortable seating area and breathtaking views from the floor to ceiling windows. Located on the first floor.
This richly elegant room with handsome bay windows and beautiful views of both the downtown and the Cascade mountain range was named in honor of President and Lucy Hayes. The Hayes’ visited Ashland in 1889 and this guestroom features a portrait and keepsake memorabilia from their visit. This is one of our larger rooms on the front of the house and has two queen beds in addition to a sunny seating area. Located on the first floor.
This large romantic room once belonged to the daughter of the family. The new design and wallcovering in this room was inspired by the remnants of the original décor discovered during the restoration process. Victorian charm abounds with a fireplace, two queen brass beds, and a luxury private assigned bath across the hall.
Named for the celebrated Shakespearean actress and former owner of the McCall House, this handsome guestroom features a king bed and a luxury private bath complete with claw foot tub/shower, and also has a lovely view of the gardens, patio, and fountain.
This elegant cottage once housed the family carriages. Completely renovated, the Carriage House provides the privacy of your own quarters with full access to all the privileges of the main house. The Carriage House North has a refrigerator, coffee-maker, microwave, wetbar, skylight and a private bath with shower. Located on the first floor.
This elegant cottage once housed the family carriages. Completely renovated, The Carriage House provides the privacy of your own quarters with full access to all the privileges of the main house. The Carriage House South has a refrigerator, coffee-maker, microwave, queen bed, twin bed and a private bath with shower.
Once the Master Bedroom for the Captain and his wife, this room on the main floor is now a luxury guestroom with king bed and fireplace. Large private bath features a claw-foot tub and separate shower. Located on the ground floor.
Anna, the niece and adopted daughter of Lizzie and John McCall, was married in the house in 1887. One of her original wedding invitations is framed in the living room. She loved this bright and cheerful room which boasts a queen and twin bed in addition to a fireplace, cozy sitting area and a private bath with shower. Located on the ground floor.
Jacksonville, Crater Lake, Rogue Valley, Yreka, Grants Pass, Medford, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Medford, OR (MFR-Medford-Jackson County) 12 miles
From I-5 North, take the first Ashland exit at Highway 99. Continue North on 99 for 3 miles, past the University, to the center of Ashland. The road will fork and you must stay right on Lithia Way. Four blocks after the fork, turn right on Oak Street. The McCall House is the large yellow Victorian on the far corner of Oak Street and Lithia Way. There is a driveway just past the house on the left and parking is available in the rear of the house. To drive from I-5 South, see directions from airport.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Microwave, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone , Only the Sleeping Porch and the Carriage House North have a Cable/Satellite TV and Fridge/Microwave/Coffee Maker.The Sleeping Porch South only has the Fridge/Microwave/Coffee Maker.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten-Free