Romance, relaxation and history enhance the magic of Bybee’s, an elegant Bed and Breakfast where time stands still and grace, elegance and hospitality await you. Unwind in one of our 6 elegant theme rooms with full private baths. Take pleasure in a gourmet breakfast specified to your dietary needs. Located in the hub of Southern Oregon Treasures, one mile from the Britt Gardens in Jacksonville Oregon, 15 miles from Ashland, this 1857 classic revival Victorian home is situated on 3½ acres with lush gardens, koi pond, gazebo’s and covered veranda’s makes this an ideal setting for relaxation. Ask about our specials! Gift Certificates Available. For the comfort of all our guests, our Inn is smoke-free inside the building, however smoking is allowed outside.
King size bed, candlelit fireplace, olive green fabric lined walls, large writing desk. Private bath includes claw foot tub/shower.
5 on February 26, 2014
My husband & I are B&B people. So we have stayed at dozens over the years. This is one of few times where we both said, "this is a 10!". Tina was our host for the one night we were there, and she is the perfect person to own/run a B&B. It's clear she loves people, has great attention to detail, & is a fabulous cook. She does it all with the most beautiful smile! We stayed in the Elizabethan Room. The bed was so comfortable, & the room cleaned to my impossible standards. The sitting rooms inside the Inn are so cozy & peaceful. The outside environment was top notch too, even in February. Oh, and when we arrived Tina had put out lemon rosemary sugar-free cookies (home-made) for my type 1 diabetic husband. And when she heard he can actually eat most things (thanks to his insulin pump), she pulled out the real deal, peanut-butter chocolate chip cookies. Both where so yummy! The small town of Jacksonville is abt 2 miles down the road, & it is one of the most charming towns. Tina was spot on in her referral for a dinner place. And THEN, in the morning we were treated to the most elegant & delicious breakfast. If we're ever anywhere in the state of Oregon again, we will make our way to Bybee's Inn. Thanks again Tina for such a wonderful stay. Jane & Tim
5 on December 15, 2013
Having had the pleasure of staying here in the past; my husband and I returned for my Birthday surprise! Our room of choice is Renaissance, as we enjoy the romantic room décor and relaxing Jacuzzi-tub. The morning began with a 60 minute massage by Tina Marie that started my day off relaxed and tension free. The elegant 3 course breakfast that followed, capped off our stay. Tina & Vikki are warm, and welcoming hostess' with heart for their guests. Thank you ladies for the "Royal Treatment."
5 on September 29, 2013
My wife and I had the pleasure of spending two nights in the Bybee Historic Inn. The ladies that own and run the inn provide a home that has all of its 1800's appeal while affording the visitor all the modern conveniences! No detail is too small for these ladies. The home is perfectly decorated and maintained. Our room was welcoming, comfortable and quiet. Each morning we were treated to a gourmet breakfast prepared by our hostess'. While staying at the inn we visited the many shops that nearby Jacksonville and Ashland had to offer. I highly recommend this location and Bybees Historic Inn specifically to anyone looking for a great get away and relaxing stay.
5 on August 19, 2013
Beautiful setting, lovely rooms, tastey food (food allergies were not a problem for these gals!), and delightful people. I would go here again without a second thought. The grounds were well kept and the house and rooms were spotless.
5 on August 09, 2013
We loved staying at ByBees Bread and Breakfast it was amazing from the first glimpse of this historical 1857 mansion to our beautiful room with fireplace and antique furnishings. The 3 course breakfast served outside on their covered porch with china and crystal was like out of a movie and it wasn’t just an ordinary donut and coffee it was homemade from a gourmet chef! Their hospitality was way over the top, the grounds are lavish and impeccable, the bed was amazing, so comfortable, and there were so many details they thought of to make ones stay memorable that I couldn’t list them all here. This place was spotless as well, a true representation of the era. It was a true delight to stay 2 nights there. We enjoyed the historic town of Jacksonville only a mile away and the wine tasting rooms and antique shops. I would like to make this our annual vacation spot, we had a wonderful time and now we know what Royalty must be like because we were treated like a king and queen!
5 on May 20, 2013
My husband and I went here for a romantic weekend for our anniversary. We did not want to leave this place! It was wonderful! Tina and Vicky are so warm and friendly! We even got hugs when we left! The food was to die for (the only bad thing was there wasn't enough! I could have eaten at least two helpings of everything!) just as good as what you would find in a fancy restuarant. I highly recommend this inn!
5 on March 26, 2013
We drove 300 miles to stay in this exquisitely appointed Bed and Breakfast....the beautiful, historic Bybee Inn. This was the perfect beginning for our trip south for a stay. We couldn't have asked for a more beautiful place: immaculate, bedding was elegant,as were the beds, the three-course breakfasts out of this world, the owners warm and friendly, quiet, conveniently located. No stone was left unturned in making this into a beautiful place to stay. The grounds are stunning and carefully tended. In the surrounding area, there are many things to do. There are wineries, Ashland Shakespearean Festival within a 20 minute drive, good dining in both Ashland and Jacksonville, hiking in Lithia Park and more.There is plenty to do around both Jacksonville and Ashland; however, if you never left Bybee Bed and Breakfast, you could be happy for days!
4.6 on June 29, 2012
Upon arrival we were treated like well loved family. After a tour of the splendid house we were shown our luxurious room. The grounds were amazing, we were motivated to return home and work on our own landscaping. Had the best night's sleep on a comfortable mattress. Breakfast was terrific! The entire stay was homey, comfortable and luxurious! Would love to return for another stay.
4.8 on May 31, 2012
The ladies were wonderful and so welcoming, it felt as if we were visiting family. The rooms were very clean and had so many special touches that we really felt spoiled. The cookies at night were very yummy and the breakfast was elegant, unique and delicious! This is our new spot for gift certificate purchases so the rest of the family can enjoy the peaceful and warm setting.
5 on May 24, 2012
Students of history will be interested in this house, built by members of a prominent Oregon pioneer family, It has been lovingly restored, with modern conveniences carefully chosen to be consistent with the original character of the house. Everything about our experience there was quiet, peaceful and comfortable. The breakfasts were creatively delicious and the service was very friendly. if you have a sweet tooth you will be thrilled by the cookies, etc that seem to be there all the time.
Countryside, Small town
Medford, OR (MFR-Medford-Jackson County)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Board games, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Egyptian Cotton Robes in all rooms, Jacuzzi tubs for two in some rooms
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
3 Course gourmet
Restrictive , Vegetarian