The Willows is an upscale bed and breakfast resort offering visitors and guests the finest accommodations and amenities available. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the mansion and grounds share a special place in the history of the valley. Today, the resort offers guests more than five acres of beautiful grounds with ponds, waterfalls, in-ground pool, tennis court, formal croquet lawn, jogging track, a fine wine cellar, and hundreds of flowering perennials and majestic weeping willows. Each room is beautifully decorated with fine antiques and art, oriental carpets, flat screen TV/DVD, lush linens, WiFi Internet access and has a private bath.
5 on October 10, 2015
Friendly atmosphere beautiful grounds just a quiet step away from Jacksonville
5 on September 03, 2015
Posted Aug 28, 2015 We felt like we had been transported back in time to when things were not as hectic and living was elegant. Great service, excellent gourmet breakfast, all set in a lovely home built at the turn of the twentieth century. The surrounding grounds are extensive and very well kept. If you didn't know it you would think you were the only home within miles. We are already planning our next trip and extending our stay.
4.0 on August 30, 2015
Joe and Sandy always makes us feel welcome and comfortable in our stay at the Willows. Any time we are in the Central Point area we stay at the Willows because of the rooms and Sandy's excellent breakfast. See you when we come by next time. Ted and Sandy Yarnes
4.6 on August 19, 2015
My spouse and I stayed two nights at The Willows and really enjoyed the house, scenery, and food. Our room was Maggie's attic and it was spacious and had a lovely window nook for reading. Despite the very hot weather the AC and pool were nice and cold! My one note for guests is that the room only has a tub with a hand held shower, but no curtain. We found this awkward and recommend the owner install a tub curtain and shower head. We were not especially fond of the dogs, which are underfoot, though clearly other guests loved them. Considering we could have spent the same amount for a generic room we thought this was an exceptional value and beautiful rooms.
4.4 on June 19, 2015
Enjoyed the grounds
4.6 on June 01, 2015
We stayed 2 nights with Joe and Sandy on our way from San Francisco to Vancouver, BC. The house and grounds are absolutely lovely and very restful. The food was delicious, but most of all, our hosts were friendly and helpful, making our stay a wonderful experience.
4.8 on May 29, 2015
Beautiful historic Inn in a country setting, but just a few miles to Jacksonville--a lovely old town with several restaurant choices, and fun shops. The Willows is an upscale B&B with lots of seating for breakfast, which is served by the owner/chef. We were also treated to an impromptu discussion on Scotch whiskey, a passion of the innkeeper. There is the added bonus of a swimming pool if the weather permits. All in all, a wonderful stay for us in the large Mcclasky room! We'd go back...
5 on March 25, 2015
Had a lovely stay at The Willows. It is quaint and a lovely B&B! We found it very clean, beautiful, expansive, quiet, peaceful. Loved staying here. The breakfast pastries made in house are a particular treat.
5 on August 18, 2014
The Willows is a destination bed and breakfast located outside of Central Point, Jacksonville, and Medford. The accommodations are as represented in the beautiful photographs at the hotel web site. We stayed in the Marigold Room with a view of the swimming pool. As we arrived on a hot afternoon we took advantage of the lovely refreshing pool. The room in which we stayed and the common areas in the Mansion are beautifully appointed and maintained. The grounds are lovely and it is easy to see why it is a destination for weddings. The hosts Sandy and Joe were helpful and accommodating providing us with touring and dining tips which we fortunately followed. Touring and dining in the town of Jacksonville, visiting cheese and chocolate shops in Central Point and visiting a specialty cooking store later in the week in Portland were among the things we did. We intend to return and hopefully take advantage of cooking classes they offer at the Willows.
5 on June 17, 2014
My boyfriend and I stayed two nights in the McCaskey room and it was everything and more than we had expected! The room was gorgeous, and Sandy made our stay very enjoyable. Her and her husband were very nice and welcoming, and had great recommendations on where to eat, and what vineyards to visit. The next time visit Southern Oregon, we will be staying here!!!
This elegant room has sweeping views of the Rogue Valley and antiques, a beautiful Eastlake queen-sized bed. It is named for the first owners of the mansion and the decor reflects the personality of the master of the estate. Desk in room. This room was decorated for a movie set, and it is quite authentic--with modern amenities..
Nightly Rate: $185 - $185
This room was once two rooms reserved for the house maids, one being Maggie. It has a lovely queen four poster bed and higher views to both the East and North of the Valley. The cozy window seat is a perfect perch for you and a favorite book.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $150
The Marigold Room is lovingly named for the longest mistress of the estate and has antique Eastlake period furnishings--these include a comfortable queen bed. The room overlooks the pool patio and the tablerocks beyoond. This room has a bathroom with a shower only.
This is the largest room in the mansion, complete with an elegant king four-poster bed and lovely furnishings. This room is named after one of the long-time owners of the estate. This is the only room where you can request breakfast on your balcony for a special occasion. This is a favorite room for honeymooners and anniversary couples.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
This delightful room boasts the largest bath in the mansion with both an antique brass pedestal soaking tub and a separate shower. The overall decor of the room is black and white toile, and the comfortable king four-poster guarantees a great night's sleep. Views are toward the waterfalls and pond. Guests love to listen to the frogs as they drift off.
Nightly Rate: $200 - $200
This large room on the third floor of the mansion was once a 2-room getaway for the butler on the estate. It has a lovely queen sleigh bed and a full-size sofa bed and another cozy window seat. The bathroom has a shower over the tub. The views from this room are across the valley to both the East and the South, through the treetops.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $185
The Carriage House is a 2-story accommodation that can sleep 4 adults in a king bed (downstairs) and twin beds (upstairs). It has a LR downstairs with a small kitchenette and dining area/TV/Living area. The bathroom is upstairs and has a shower/sink/toilet. It is suitable for families or close friends since the bathroom is accessed through the upstairs bedroom. Breakfast is not included, but may be added for $12.50 per person/per day.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Medford, OR (MFR-Medford-Jackson County) 4 miles
Coming from the South: Off Hwy 5, take exit 33. At exit ramp signal turn left. Go West on Pine Street through downtown Central Point. About 1/2 mile out of town, after crossing railroad tracks, Pine Street curves to left and becomes Hanley Road. At the first stop sign (Beall Lane), make a right turn. Follow for 1 mile until Beall Lane ends at Old Stage Road. Make a right turn onto Old Stage Road. The Willows is 600 feet from Beall Lane, on your left across from a four-mile road marker. Coming from the North: Off Hwy 5, take exit 40. At the top of the exit ramp make a right turn onto Old Stage Road. Stay to left. Stay on Old Stage Road for exactly 7 miles. The Willows will be on your right, exactly 7 miles from Hwy 5. If you see Beall Lane on your left, you have gone 600 feet past the entrance.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Mount Ashland Ski Area, Whitewater Rafting - Wine Trails, Rogue River National Park, Crater Lake National Park, Britt Music Festival, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Movie library, Parking, Piano, Pool, Private entrance, Sports equipment rental, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , HBO, SHOtime, CineMax,SportsChannels in all rooms, 1/4 mile Jogging Track, High Speed-DSL-WIFI, Croquet Lawn, In-Ground Pool, Cooking School on site, Tennis Court, Upstairs Common Room, Horse-shoe Pit, in-ground pool, Spa Services by reservation only, waterfalls,frogs, ducks, wildlife...
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Croquet Lawn, Jogging Track, Fly-fishing, Driftboat fishing, Mushrooming, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Joe & Sandy Dowling
Cats , Dogs
Joe is our resident Master Gardener and oversees all the gardens and ponds. He loves woodworking and when the fish are biting can be found out on the Rogue River with his buddies. Sandy is our resident gourmet chef. When she isn't overseeing or recuiting guest chefs for The Willows Cooking School, she is decorating, researching new recipes or marketing The Willows.
Vegetarian , Only with 24-hour notice
Breakfast Surprises Await You!
Our European-trained chef uses only locally sourced, fresh ingredients and seasonal selections. Consequently, Willows breakfasts are always a delicious surprize at the inn! In the Fall, it could be fresh-picked Oregon apples, sauteed in agave and butter and glazed to perfection, atop a light and airy Dutch baby; in the Spring, it might be baby spinach greens topped with a smoked salmon, chive & egg timbale-smooth and perfectly seasoned, with some roasted Oregon baby reds; in the Winter, it could be some delicious spiced pumpkin flapjacks, with a plum jam sauce from a Willows tree, and freshly whipped cream; in the summer we might have some melt-in-your-mouth 49er peach beignets, lightly dusted with powdered sugar--each of the 3-course breakfasts is a unique mouth-watering dish, just awaiting the sensation it will create on your sophisticated palate!