4.6 on December 28, 2013
We had a wonderful stay at Magnolia Inn! The innkeeper and staff were all so friendly and helpful, offering us suggestions for restaurants and shopping. I would definitely return and recommend it to everyone! Thank you for a relaxing, wonderful time.
4.6 on December 11, 2013
The Jacksonville Magnolia Inn is a "Top Notch" Bed and Breakfast. They are dog friendly and each room has their own bathroom. The rooms are beautifully decorated and the beds are comfortable. Sip your coffee with a homemade pasty of the veranda. Susan and Robert were gracious hosts and think about everything. For example, our group was going wine tasting. Susan and Robert prepared tote bags for us to take along with us. In the bag was water, a snack, and mints. It is the little things that will bring me back to this place. Thanks again, Susan and Robert for a fantastic time!
4.4 on December 10, 2013
The Magnolia Inn is a charming Inn. We were allowed to check in a bit early since the rooms were ready. All doors to the rooms that were yet unoccupied were open, so we were able to peak in each room and found them all to be charming, comfortable, and clean. We stayed in the Helen Suite, and it was perfect with windows facing the backyard and adjacent church. Homemade banana bread awaited us in the morning along with other pastries, toast, cereal, yogurt, hard-boiled eggs, coffee, juice, and cocoa. After indulging the day before at the great restaurants in Jacksonville, this lighter fare was just what we wanted. Our hosts were very helpful and friendly. We will definitely go back.
5 on December 09, 2013
I travel for a living and vacation at B&Bs, so I often enjoy very high-end service and amenities, but this place takes the cake. When l decided to vacation in Jacksonville, I selected the Magnolia because it was beautiful and was in a great location. Once I got there, I realized that I made the absolute right decision. The owners and staff were the friendliest and most helpful of any I have ever seen. Their knowledge of the area attractions was fantastic and they basically handled anything and everything for me. I cannot imagine going to Jacksonville without staying here. As for the accommodations, I can only say that the attention to detail is what made it for me – absolutely amazing! I can’t say enough about this place, but I will tell you that I will be back for sure!
4.8 on December 06, 2013
My wife and I look forward to staying at the Magnolia Inn each time we're traveling through southern Oregon. The inn looks especially inviting when decorated for the holidays and Robert and Susan always make us feel welcome.
5 on December 05, 2013
My wife and I stayed at the Magnolia in November 21-24, 2013. The experience could not have been nicer. Owners Robert and Susan were the consummate hosts. They were friendly, and incredibly knowledgeable about the town and surrounding area. The room and grounds were immaculate. We did not want to leave and can't wait to return.
5 on November 29, 2013
My wife and I spent two lovely nights at this wonderful B&B!!! Robert and Susan have a beautiful place in one of the "neatest" little towns anywhere. Jacksonville, Oregon, has history and a quaintness in perfect harmony. Hit the Applegate wineries for a taste of what the Napa/Sonoma region had fifteen/twenty years ago. We will be repeat customers for sure!!!!!!
5 on November 12, 2013
We've stayed here twice now and we'll visit again. The hosts Robert & Susan are great. They're helpful, friendly and easy to talk to. The rooms are clean and comfortable (the beds are heavenly). The inn is situated close to everything you might need or want. Everything is decorated so nicely. The Magnolia is great and Jacksonville is a wonderful town. Come and stay, you won't regret it!!!
5 on October 23, 2013
The Magnolia Inn is our favorite place to stay for a weekend getaway! We have been staying here regularly from about 4 years. Robert and Susan are wonderful hosts, very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is great with homemade goodies from Susan. We couldn't ask for a better place to stay!! We're hooked!
4.6 on October 15, 2013
we had a great stay inn keepers were great!
4.6 on September 23, 2013
Robert and Susan were most helpful in making our two nights in Jacksonville memorable. Rauhdi enjoyed the dog friendly atmosphere and we enjoyed the people friendly atmosphere! We will return for another Britt event next season and will not hesitate selecting the Magnolia Inn as our home-away-from-home. Thank you Robert and Susan! The Walters
4.6 on September 22, 2013
Very friendly and informative staff. Very welcoming and hospitable home. We enjoyed our stay and would love to come back anytime we are in the Medford area.
5 on September 20, 2013
The Magnolia Inn is a wonderful Bed & Breakfast. The home is large and decorated very nicely. We stayed in the Maureen Room.The guests stay on their own floor with a Kitchen in the middle. It's a very nice set up and you feel very comfortable staying at the Magnolia Inn. Robert and Susan are very nice hosts. We received some great tips for stops along the way to Crater Lake. I'm only sorry that we didn't stay two nights.
4.0 on September 15, 2013
Beautiful, updated facility: loved the instant hot water in the room. If you're looking for a full 'hot' breakfast this isn't the place. If you prefer an expanded Continental breakfast with the emphasis on quality and freshness, look no further. Another plus is the charming and comfortable 'porch' next to the serving area. Susan was our first contact when checking in and we found her friendly and informative. We think, however, that the PR part of this job is placed firmly in the hands of Robert. He is the epitome of an interactive innkeeper, answering all questions but also giving great suggestions of his own. We enjoyed our stay and would recommend it to anyone not requiring a full hot breakfast and the 'serving' that goes with it.
3.8 on September 14, 2013
We had a great time at the Magnolia. Very comfortable and great service. A tiny bit on the expensive side, but I believe we received value for the money. We enjoyed it and would definitely go back.
4.0 on September 10, 2013
We drove from Yachats to Jacksonville. On the drive we encountered a major weather front including lots of hail. When we drove up to the Magnolia Inn, it was as if the bad weather never happened. Once inside their front door, we felt warm and happy. It was cheery and welcoming. We enjoyed our visit.
3.8 on September 06, 2013
The accomdations are lovely. It was an easy and interesting walk to the Britt Festival for our concert. Right through the heart of the town where we were intrigued by the historical buildings, inviting cafes and antique shops. The balcony is an especially nice place to linger over breatkfast when the weather is warm. The innkeepers and their staff are friendly and very helpful. The only thing that I wondered about was the continental breakfast - it was adequate and there was a nice selection. However it seemed below par when comparing it to the full course breakfasts that we have enjoyed at other B&B's for the same nightly rate.
4.4 on September 05, 2013
Outstanding location. Made to feel at home and extremely helpful staff. Breakfast was limited to coffee, pastries, and fruit which was fine for us. Highly recommend.
4.8 on September 05, 2013
The owners are very personable and took care of all our needs. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. The breakfast was continental style. The fresh fruit and pastries were delicious.We enjoyed how close it was to main street (two blocks), but far enough away to remain quiet and private. We enjoyed the patio area where tables are randomly setup to enjoy breakfast or wine and snacks. We will be staying there again.
4.0 on September 01, 2013
The grounds and building were beautiful. Sitting on the terrace was a treat. The room was very comfortable with a spacious bath. All the amenities you would expect to make your stay comfortable. Very clean, and the staff was helpful and engaging. Highly recommended!
5 on August 27, 2013
Great place to stay! Friendly folks who are glad to accommodate.
3.6 on August 23, 2013
Beautiful Inn. Spacious bathrooms. Loved the TV/VCR combo! Super nice hosts and beautiful garden!
4.6 on August 15, 2013
Wonderful accommodations. Everything was excellent, except that I felt that the bedroom rug could have been vacuumed more often. The hosts were extremely helpful and hospitable. Baked goods really delicious.
5 on August 08, 2013
We recommend this inn to anyone staying in Jacksonville. For us, the convenience to Britt was great for walking, yet not right on top of all the foot and car traffic. Owners are friendly and accommodating. I could live there. C. Taylor, Eugene, OR
4.2 on July 27, 2013
We had never been to Jacksonville before and found it very charming. We are so glad we chose the Magnolia Inn. It's the perfect place to stay while in Jacksonville. Susan Roos is welcoming and very helpful. We received very personalized service. We will definitely return!
4.6 on July 22, 2013
We went to the Magnolia Inn with friends to explore a new area of Oregon we had never visited. Our stay was delightful and Susan was more than accommodating to meet our needs. Rooms are very nicely appointed, extremely clean with thoughtful touches to enhance your stay. We loved it!
4.2 on July 19, 2013
loved it, and will definitely go back!
4.6 on July 18, 2013
The Magnolia Inn is a wonderful place to stay. The accommodations are great. It is a very comfortable place to stay..home away from home. The staff if wonderful, friendly and accommodating. Susan make delicious homemade breakfast goodies along with a delicious assortment of fresh fruits. I highly recommend staying here.
4.8 on July 15, 2013
Our son and his bride reserved the Magnolia Inn as accommodation for their families at their wedding at a nearby winery. What a wonderful place for the 2 families to come together. It felt like a large family home. The breakfast room was perfect for wedding preparations and the large veranda was perfect for relaxing and getting to know one another. Robert and Susan were gracious, patient and very helpful in dealing with all the little crises that go along with memorable family events.
5 on July 13, 2013
A very pleasant stay. My granddaughter and I stayed and the owners were so delightful and made our stay extra special. I am a continuing recurring guest and just love this comfortable, quaint, cozy, immaculate inn.
4.8 on July 10, 2013
This was a wonderful bed & breakfast. Staff was super warm & friendly, felt like old friends. It was cute & super clean. I loved my little room. Breakfast was an expanded version of a continental, just perfect. There's s wonderful upstairs patio to sip coffee & soak up the morning sun. I will definitely stay here again.
4.4 on July 10, 2013
This B&B is beautiful inside, and the grounds are lovely. It's across the street from the old courthouse, and within walking distance to everything in town. My only regret is that the huge magnolia in front wasn't in full bloom (mother nature can't be rushed, I know). The gentleman who greeted me at the desk was very friendly, and extremely helpful (the next morning, he gave me coupons to Harry and David, after I mentioned I was stopping by there to shop). A very nice place to stay!
5 on July 08, 2013
I could have stayed forever! My only regret is that it was TOO short! AND i loved loved loved my room and it's lovely color.... i was sleeping with Maureen Thank you again for being there for us weary travellers! Patti Doran
4.6 on July 06, 2013
Jacksonville's Magnolia Inn offers an elegant historic charm to traveler's. The gardens and rooms are kept in pristine condition. A friendly and welcoming experience was enjoyed. Hospitality was at every turn, from cheerful gardens to down to earth care from our hosts. The location is fantastic and the food beheld the comfort and care offered at Magnolia Inn.
4.4 on July 04, 2013
This is the second time we stayed at the Magnolia Inn. It is a great place to stay at a very good price. The rooms are tastefully decorated and well kept. The owners are wonderful people and are extremely knowledgeable about the area - they will gladly give you information about the Britt festival, local wineries, places to eat, Rogue River attractions, etc. The breakfasts are simple but good - please note that it is a continental breakfast, although some of the baked goods appear homemade (we had some good scones when we were there). All in all this is an exceptional bargain for the Jacksonville area and is highly recommended!
5 on July 04, 2013
Would go back in a heart beat!!! Friendly...beautiful .....air conditioned!!! LOVED it.
4.8 on July 01, 2013
The Magnolia Inn was amazing. beautiful, clean, comfy, and friendly. I will return and tell my friends. Owners are so wonderful and friendly. Thank you for a great experience.
4.2 on June 30, 2013
Everything was wonderful. Lovely room, easy walk to the Britt! The only disappointment was breakfast. My sister had stayed there and talked about her lovely breakfast on the out door patio. When we went to the breakfast room it wall filled up with a large group of very loud people. The only food I saw was two loaves of bread and a toaster. My husband said her saw some fruit on the table but there were people in all the chairs and we didn't feel comfortable staying. We checked out and went to breakfast somewhere else.
4.2 on May 25, 2013
Wir haben uns in diesem Bed & Breakfast sehr wohl gefühlt.
4.8 on April 17, 2013
The only regret we had about our stay at Magnolia Inn is that we couldn't stay longer and enjoy this beautiful inn and delightful little town! One night is not enough.
4.6 on April 15, 2013
The Magnolia Inn is a great find! The house and rooms are well decorated, very clean and every detail addressed. Breakfasts included wonderful local pastries, fresh fruit, health-conscious cereals and breads. The coffee was perfect; very strong and fresh - yum! The hosts, Susan and Robert, couldn't have been better. They were there if you needed anything but were not intrusive. We had a wonderful time and plan to return soon.
4.6 on April 02, 2013
My husband and I stayed for 2 nights in March to do a little wine tastine in the Applegate wine trail. What a wonderful experience. The owners are so friendly and helpful with where to eat and what to do. it is only 2 blocks from town so we walked everywhere. We stayed in the Suzette room and it was perfect. Our friends stayed in Olivia on the 1st floor and really liked it. Loved eating fresh fruit and drinking our morning coffee on the balcony each morning. I am telling everyone I know about this place!
5 on March 26, 2013
We have stayed here 3 times now, and it is always a very nice experience. Robert and Susan are very friendly and give great tips on good restaurants and places to see in the area.
4.0 on March 06, 2013
A cute little gem in very historic Jacksonville. Pet friendly, provided treats and conveniently located near a closed in field. However, disappointed that the inns yard was off limits for potty breaks. Provided poop bags but no waste cans. Lovely town, lovely food, lovely B&B. Plan to go wine tasting while you are here.
4.6 on February 28, 2013
What a delight it was to spend a night here. Everything in this "best kept secret" of an Oregon town is within walking distance. (Look up "Jacksonville Oregon" to find out why it's on the historic register). The Inn and rooms are comfortable and inviting. The breakfast is yummy. The owners delightful to get to know. And the rates are reasonable. I recommend the Magnolia Inn for either locals or travelers. Go!
4.8 on February 27, 2013
My husband and I did a quick overnight to Jacksonville In Feb 2013 and stayed at The Magnolia Inn. We have been to Jacksonville many times but this was the first time we stayed at The Magnolia. Robert was a great host and a pleasure to talk with. We stayed in the Suzette room and it was wonderful. We loved the decor and the bathroom is huge. Having been in the Travel & Tourism business for most of my career I have to say that this was one of the best experiences we've had. It is a beautiful property with an outstanding value. We will most definitely stay there again and will recommend it to everyone. Kate -Portland, OR
5 on February 16, 2013
I had a wonderful quick visit at the Magnolia Inn this past January 2013, and found it excellent, the owners are charming and so is their Inn, the breakfast room and all the wonderful choices they provide was outstanding. I will return again. Gail Sackloff, London UK.
5 on February 16, 2013
Charming inn right in Jacksonville. The owners are wonderful. I love their kitchen, open 24 hours with anything you could want.
5 on February 13, 2013
We spent 2 nights at the Magnolia Inn last weekend for the first time and it could not have been more enjoyable. Everything about the Inn was perfect for us and it will always be our first choice of places to stay in Jacksonville.
4.8 on January 04, 2013
Charming in in the heart of historic Jacksonville. Beautifully decorated and very comfortable. Wonderful, welcoming, helpful owners and staff. I'll definitely stay here again and have been recommending it to friends and family.
4.4 on December 10, 2012
Wonderful bed and breakfast with lots of thoughtful details and service. I especially appreciated the guests' community kitchen where one could store and prepare food.
4.0 on December 03, 2012
Because most of the public areas are balconies, porches, etc. (plentiful) can be a bit confining during rainy days. Also, one pet room on 1st floor, no access to second floor. Would not bring my pet here, again, particularly during times of inclement weather. Hosts were great. Best rooms in my view are Courtney and Helen.
4.8 on November 30, 2012
Excellent stay. Great hosts and amenities. Will enjoy returning in the future.
4.0 on November 29, 2012
We had a really nice stay. The people are very nice and resourceful. They even have and old school VHS tape library where you can pick your movie for the night! The only thing I would say is that the mattresses are bumpy and the breakfast is more of a continental breakfast. Normally, when we stay at a Bed and Breakfast, we expect a hot breakfast and dairy options to put in in the coffee and fresh juice. There were boiled eggs, a fruit salad, home made pastries, yogurts and concentrated orange juice in cans. They have coffee or tea ready but no milk at all. I could have really enjoyed a fresh juice or a hot chocolate (with milk, not water).
4.6 on November 22, 2012
The blue berry coffee cake was delicious.
3.8 on November 07, 2012
The place is great and close to everything Jacksonville has to offer. The owners are very friendly, knowledgeable about the area, and places to visit. I would stay here again.
4.6 on October 31, 2012
We found the room clean and comfortable - the owners were friendly and shared their knowledge of the area - it was a nice relaxing weekend - we enjoyed walking around the town and seeing the sites.
4.6 on October 26, 2012
This "downtown" Bed and Breakfast sits in the heart of historic Jacksonville and is historic itself. The owners go out of their way to make a stay as comfortable and fun as possible. Each room has a different decor and when, we were there, the whole house had a harvest theme. The home made breakfast treats are fantastic. The guest veranda was the perfect place from which to view the garden and the fall colors. I would reccomend this for anyone interested in a slightly different getaway.
4.8 on October 23, 2012
we enjoyed our stay and will return.it si a cute and freindly town and the home was very nice and welcoming for us.
5 on October 22, 2012
We have stayed here twice now and this most recent time we were on our honeymoon. The attention to detail here is incredible! Every thing about the Inn is gorgeous! We loved being able to pop open a bottle of wine and relax and chat on the veranda. The Magnolia Inn definately has the atomosphere of being at your home away from home. It's one of our favorite places and we look forward to future visits! ~Dave and Crystal Gordon
5 on October 21, 2012
We were pleasently suprised. The hospitallity was great and will return again. It was totally quiet and the rooms was were well decorated.
2.8 on October 14, 2012
The staff was nice and friendly. The breakfast was a little weak because it was a continental breakfast. I would have been ok with the breakfast but the coffee was terrible. It was translucent and weak. I like coffee that is strong and robust. So on both mornings I ended up going to a local coffee shop to get my fix.
5 on October 10, 2012
My wife and I have been staying at the Magnolia Inn for 10 years and have never had a bad experence. The seasonal decorations are always enjoying, and the grounds are spotless. Thank you for making my wifes birthdat a very special one. Philip and Tracie Simi Redding Calif.
4.4 on October 03, 2012
My wife and I celebrated our 1st anniversary at Magnolia Inn and the experience met and exceeded our expectations. Robert and Susan were wonderful hosts and Jacksonville is a great place to get away. We made it out to Applegate Christian Fellowship for a relaxing time of worshipping God outdoors in a relaxed setting on Sunday morning, and all in all had a wonderful weekend!
4.2 on September 19, 2012
Great B&B in historic Jacksonville. We enjoyed our room - loved the detail in the decor. The inn is modern but with a feel of older days. Good breakfast is included and plenty of other amentities. The owner, Robert, welcomed us and answered all our questions. Great place to stay and see Jacksonville.
3.8 on September 09, 2012
Just passing through town, had a good nights' stay. The host was very helpful & welcoming, and accommodating regarding a safe parking place for my motorcycle. Need a very solid breakfast so I ate out, except for some yogurt.
4.6 on September 04, 2012
We were only able to stay one night, in town for a concert at the Britt...I wish we would have blown off the concert and just hung out at the Inn. Amazing place! Beautiful grounds, amazing room, I would HIGHLY recommend staying here to anyone. We received such a warm welcome on our arrival. Perfect nights stay...wish it could have been longer. We will definitely stay here again!
4.8 on August 25, 2012
Très belle maison, chambre (Ashley) et communs joliment décorés Jardin et véranda très agréable Très bon petit déjeuner
5 on August 24, 2012
We loved our stay at Magnolia Inn. We were welcomed warmly by Robert when we arrived. We got in just before check-in time ended, but Robert took time with us to give recommendations on where to dine and what to see during our brief one-night stay. We arrived hungry, but quickly settled our tummies with the delicious cookies available at the entrance. Our room was lovely, quiet, comfortable, and we enjoyed a fantastic sleep! Robert and Susan's attention to detail was astounding. Our only complaint is that we wish we would have stayed longer than one night. Jacksonville was a gem and this B&B was incredible!
4.4 on August 21, 2012
Robert and Susan have a great place and love sharing it. We had the Maureen #7 room and it was just right. Very clean and the Inn is withing walking distance to all the fun stuff in Jacksonville. Great breakfast!
4.8 on August 20, 2012
We love staying at the Magnolia. Robert and Susan are always friendly and welcoming. It's like staying at our "home from home". We love the continental breakfast, which always has delicious fresh pastries and fruit, with unlimited tea and coffee!! The balcony is a great place to eat breakfast and watch the world go by!! Lesley and Brad
4.6 on August 15, 2012
A delightful inn! Friendly and knowledgeable innkeeper with great advice on dining and wineries; a garden ablaze with colorful flowers; a veranda to eat breakfast on; and lemonade or flavored water to greet you.
4.2 on August 04, 2012
A great location, very comfortable accomodations, immaculately clean, and appropriately furnished and styled.
4.2 on August 02, 2012
This lovely house with its beautiful gardens is a most pleasant place to stay. Robert and Susan have thought of every detail and their hospitality knows no bounds. You are made to feel welcome the minute you walk through the front door. Each room has been decorated with care. Should I return to this area, I would definitely stay again. Linda Jones
4.4 on July 31, 2012
We were welcomed from the moment we arrived. There were truffles on our bed, and freshly baked Britt snacks to take to our concert. The balcony and front poach are inviting and relaxing. The rooms are small, but nicely decorated and include the little touches that make you feel at home. The fresh fruit, coffee, juice and scones made for a great way to greet the morning while dining on the balcony. There were plenty of choices for a variety of tastes. As soon as we got home from our visit to the Magnolia Inn, we made reservations to return! Thank you, Sue!
5 on July 30, 2012
Just stayed 1 night. Great place, plan to go back! Outstanding decor, friendly owners, good breakfast (Apple/Pear Turnovers were great).
3.8 on July 27, 2012
The inn is conveniently located in Jacksonville. There was some traffic noise Saturday night, likely due to Britt Festival attendees. Our room seemed small, and the husband wished for a larger TV. Still, the continental breakfast provided choices--including fresh fruit, hard-cooked eggs, jogurt, and juice, among the usual offerings. The staff were extremely pleasant and congenial.
4.4 on July 25, 2012
My wife and I had an excellent time at the Magnolia Inn. The overall atmosphere was very pleasant, the room was quite comfortable and there was so much to see in Jacksonville, all within walking distance. We are already talking about making a return trip soon!
4.8 on July 21, 2012
My sister and I shared a two-room suite. It was perfect! We were able to walk to Britt, which was also great. The owner could not have been friendlier and I would certainly stay here again.
5 on July 16, 2012
My wife and I, along with two other couples, were in Jacksonville for a Kris Kristofferson concert and all stayed at the Magnolia Inn. We all agreed it was absolutely the best possible place. They have plenty of nice clean rooms. Bob and Susan could not have been more hospitable. It’s a perfect walk from the Britt back to The Inn on a summer evening through the wonderful town of Jacksonville. We plan on making this an annual event with home base being the Magnolia Inn.
4.4 on June 28, 2012
What a great way to enjoy the Peter Britt or Shakespearean Festivals. Your hosts are pleasant and extremely helpful. Rooms are all you could wish for. The pictures on the Internet are very accurate. Everything around the B&B was clean and well cared for. Jacksonville is a charming town with lots to do.
5 on June 26, 2012
I love this place-people are great -town has charm I will continue to go back for many years to come -
3.6 on June 13, 2012
We parked our car upon arrival and didn't touch the keys again until leaving Jacksonville. This B&B is ideally located within walking distance of everything worth seeing in the town. An additional benefit was the Sunday farmers market across the street for fresh vegetables and fruit for those planning to picnic their way north on the Applegate wine trail. ( highly recommended ). The only down side was that guests decided to park outside our window on the balcony in the early am while retelling their stories from the 50's, 60's & 70's which we could hear too well at 7:00 am...next time, we'll ask for a room on the opposite side of the house! Good value at the price point and the owners were very helpful, accommodating and non-intrusive. We plan to stay again.
4.8 on June 11, 2012
We really enjoyed our stay at Magnolia Inn. The owners were delightful, the atmosphere was so relaxing and peaceful, and there were extras that really made a difference--platters of fresh fruit at breakfast, lots of fun snacks, a ref rig for my yogurt, and more. It was great!
3.0 on June 10, 2012
Love the dining area. The room is a bit small and the bed is too high for us. I kept knocking on the bed frame and got a few bruises. Overall is a nice and cosy place to stay. The hosts are very nice people too.
4.6 on June 01, 2012
You know just by looking at the building it is going to special. It only gets better. The rooms, balconies, yard, hospitality.... are all comfortable, memorable.... "special". We not only highly recommend The Magnolia Inn. We keep coming back. John
4.2 on May 31, 2012
We enjoyed our room & and would not hesitate to stay there again. A wonderful experience. Loren & Kathy
3.6 on May 02, 2012
We had a lovely stay. It was just for the one night.We were just passing through heading down to California. Robert made us feel very welcome and answered all our questions. He even helped us with the rest of our trip giving us advice on the best way to go and what to see. Would definately recommend Magnolia Inn. Wish we could've stayed longer.
4.6 on April 16, 2012
This was our third visit to the Magnolia Inn and they never disappoint us. Always clean, always friendly and very comfortable rooms. We brought Roscoe P. Coltrane our lab and they left a basket in our room just for him (blankets, toys and treats). Fabulous place, you will not be disappointed, I promise! Redding, CA
5 on March 21, 2012
We have stayed there twice and it has been the same experience. The Roo's make you feel like family. The rooms are very nice, clean and comfortable. There is a continental breakfast in the morning with fresh fruit and pastries that make dieting impossible.
5 on March 20, 2012
We had an amazing time at the Magnolia Inn! Robert and Susan were so hospitable, they really made our stay so special. Our room was really charming and comfortable. They knew it was my birthday and they had chilled champagne and chocolates waiting for us on our arrival. We loved that the Magnolia Inn was just a minutes walk from the downtown area. We will certainly be back and we highly recommend this to anyone else.
4.2 on March 13, 2012
Very nice owners, beautiful rooms, thankfully it was very quiet while we were there. (Weekday night in the winter.) Thanks for a great time.
4.6 on March 12, 2012
We stayed at the Magnolia Inn February of 2012 for a baby shower (first grandchild!). What a great Inn! Our room was called The Madison I think, which is a corner room and we loved it. Sash windows with views of church and hills from one side and quiet street and church on the other. The bed was very comfortable. Robert and Susan made us feel very welcome and made some excellent local dining suggestions for both nights as well as the local winerys. We loved the Inn and will definitely come back. Quaint, quiet, within walking distance of downtown Jacksonville, lovely breakfast choices. Susan baked something yummy and fresh each morning. Thank you Robert and Susan. Mathew and Susan Knerr
4.8 on March 01, 2012
Loved our stay at the Magnolia Inn. Very friendly, helpful people and totally charming rooms.
4.4 on February 22, 2012
The Magnolia Inn in Jacksonville OR is a charming place, conveniently located and easy to find, walking distance to great restaurants and all that Jacksonville has to offer. The hosts are welcoming and they go out of their way to accomodate special dietary needs of guests. We've been here twice and will be going back.
4.0 on February 15, 2012
What a wonderful place to stay! We were greated by Abby when we walked in the door.... wonderful for 2 dog people to walk into! Everything was wonderful. How nice it was to find a B&B with 2 beds in one room. We will definately be staying here again the next time I fly home to visit.
4.0 on January 22, 2012
Robert was very helpful in giving tips for a nice dinner and things to do. The Inn is more beautiful than the pictures, which is very unusual! I will definitely be back.
5 on January 20, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the Magnolia Inn for our anniversary. As soon as we came threw the front door Robert made us feel right at home. He even recommended local restaurants that created the food we wanted. The room we were assigned was beautiful and we were pleasantly suprised to leave and come back later to find champagne in our room. Robert and Susan go all out for their guests and we will be sure to visit again.
4.8 on January 04, 2012
This is by far the best value on lodging that I have seen in Jacksonville. It is easily as nice as any other place for 10% less.
5 on December 30, 2011
We stayed here over the Christmas weekend and had a great time. We have stayed here before and it is always a joy to return. The inn is beautiful, comfortable, clean and always a great breakfast with home made goodies. Robert and Susan are the best. So friendly and helpful. This has become our Jacksonville home away from home! Jim and Nancy
4.6 on December 28, 2011
The Magnolia Inn is right up there with the best we have stayed at. The owners were a joy to meet. We stayed during Christmas so everything was decorated and a feast for the eyes.
3.4 on November 26, 2011
we've stayed here in the past and the remodel is a great improvement. Kind of expected a cooked breakfast though.
4.8 on November 16, 2011
We had a delightful overnight stay at the Magnolia Inn during our recent road trip to CA. Jacksonville is a fun town, and the inn's owner was very good recommendating restaurants, services, etc. A very nice inn, great value.
4.2 on November 10, 2011
Rooms were very clean and accomodating. The owner was very personalble and informative about Jacsonville.
4.4 on November 06, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Magnolia Inn. At $99/night it was by far the best value around as well. We stayed in a room on the balcony side of the home and next time would choose a quieter, more private location on the back side of the home but all in all we were very happy here. Above and beyond our expectations!
4.8 on October 29, 2011
Thoroughly enjoyable and relaxing experience. Robert and Susan are incredibly gracious and helpful hosts. Loved it so much that we booked for Christmas the morning we checked out. Cannot wait to return!
5 on October 27, 2011
Innkeepers take time to personally get to know you; very helpful and informative; rooms beautifully decorated; beds comfortable; delicious breakfast with a variety of pastries, fruit, juices, etc.; grounds are just beautiful providing areas to relax outdoors or on balcony. Exceeded all of our expectations!
4.0 on October 24, 2011
We didnt find anything suitable in Ashland for our stay in the area, so we chose the Magnolia Inn in Jacksonville. The quality and beauty of the place and the friendliness of the innkeeper more than compensated the distance we had to drive to Ashland.
5 on October 19, 2011
On a recent road trip up to Portland with our little dog, we found Magnolia Inn as a "pet friendly" place to stay for a couple of nights in order to explore the area. The owners were friendly with alot of great information about things to do. The continental breakfast was nicer than most and everything was so well kept. We highly recommend the Magnolia Inn as a great place to stay and Jacksonville a good location for exploring the Souh East Oregon area.
4.2 on October 16, 2011
My adult daughter and I go to the Magnolia Inn every October. We love it there....Robert and Susan are very friendly and easy to talk to. They keep the inn immaculate and the continental breakfast is wonderful....I especially like the fresh fruit, and the pastries from a bakery there in J'ville. I grew up about 3 miles from there and it is a wonderful trip down memory lane every year! I would definitely recommend staying there. Jacksonville is a wonderful town to see.
4.8 on October 15, 2011
Normally, a B & B without some sort of hot eggs in the am would be a deal breaker - not this time! Everything about this place was so right - including the available snacks & drinks 24/7 - that the scrumptious pastries the next morning were more than satisfying. Highly recommended. We loved it & will likely return.
4.6 on October 11, 2011
We recently stayed at this lovely B&B on our way from Southern California to Washington and could not have been more pleased. In fact, we liked it so much, we stayed there again on our return. Robert is the consummate host and did everything from suggestion dinner spots to helping us get a few clothes washed. Cute B&B in a really delightful small town.
3.4 on September 19, 2011
The location is quiet and the rooms are a great value and very comfortable.
5 on September 17, 2011
I traveled to the area on business and frankly think the hotels in the Medford area are below average compared to the same hotel type elsewhere. I have stayed in Ashland at a very nice boutique hotel and loved it but decided to try this since it was less expensive. It was a much better value with breakfast included and everything about it was great. THe couple that owns and operates it could not be nicer people and will accomodate any needs you have. Such a great experience it is my new hotel when I am in the area and I plan to take my husband with me for a R&R weekend in the near future.
4.6 on September 12, 2011
Very well located and inviting. Our hosts were pleasant and very well informed. The breakfast buffet was great. The possibility of eating on the terrasse with a view was nice. The best B&B in our 10-day trip to Oregon!
4.8 on September 07, 2011
Our stay at the Magnolia Inn was perfect. My husband wasn't excited about staying at a B&B, but now he has a different feeling about them, so thank you for having us. The Inn is within walking distance to the Britt Festival, restaurants and shops. The hospitality was warm and welcoming and the sheets were wonderful!!!!!
4.4 on September 06, 2011
Magnolia Inn was perfect for our stay in "upscale quaint" Jacksonville -- a short walk from shops, restaurants, Brit, and amazing cemetery, with easy parking. Our room was immaculate and well cared for (as was the entire Inn), with just the right amount of decor; chocolates and a couple area magazines were waiting for us. The bed was plump, comfortable, and featured gorgeously-carved head- and foot-boards; windows let in ample light (along with blinds). Bathroom was spacious, with good water pressure, convenient toiletries, and space for necessities. A small writing desk, period-style chair, and cable tv completed the room. The "general" areas were lovingly arranged and spotless (sitting room, guest kitchen and dining room, veranda); books, videos, and games were available. The entrance and gardens were beautiful and welcoming. Robert was kind, friendly, and helpful -- upon arrival, departure, and at breakfast. Continental breakfast consisted of coffees, teas, juices, waffles and syrup, fresh pastries, several fresh fruits, toast (and perhaps more that I just don't remember). We enjoyed this casual style, with no silly "seating times." The second-level, covered veranda opened off the dining area. If we had to offer any suggestions at all, they would be: brighter bedside lighting (at least in our room); larger, plusher bathtowels; a simple protein at breakfast (maybe peanut butter for the toast?). However, these in NO way detracted from our stay; we chose cuddling over reading; the provided towels were just fine; and we certaintly didn't starve after those immense pastries! Indeed, we would (and hope to) return and would NOT consider any other BnB in Jacksonville. This ranks with the best of our BnB stays. Robert and Susan have established a charming, comfortable, well-thought BnB that's perfect for its locale -- and for us.
4.6 on September 03, 2011
The Magnolia Inn has charm and warmth with gracious innkeepers in Robert and Susan Roos. We are "seasoned" B and B guests and found The Magnolia Inn quite comfortable with fabulous beds and beautiful decor. We like the casual, serve yourself breakfast because we like to eat when we want without the structure of the assigned meal time. Having a "kitchen" available to meet our needs was a big plus! We highly recommend this Inn as a great "home away from home" -- great value for the price!
5 on August 31, 2011
We try to get to Jacksonville at least once a year and usually stay at Jacksonville Inn at one of the honeymoon cottages. Magnolia Inn was just as nice and we will be returning next time we visit.
4.2 on August 31, 2011
Perfect location and great hosts! The room was well-appointed, very clean, it was a pleasure to sit on the many verandas.
3.4 on August 24, 2011
We got a warm and informative welcome at the Magnolia Inn. The grounds were very attractive with many places to sit, read, or just enjoy the view. The room was spacious and attractive. The carpet needed cleaning or or replacing. The bathroom was clean and well-supplied. I would recommend it for a stay in Jacksonville.
3.8 on August 22, 2011
Very warmly greeted by the owners and treated like old friends. The room was very comfortable, the food very tasty, the veranda very relaxing, the people very gracious. This my second stay with them and I will go back again!
5 on August 20, 2011
This was our second stay at Magnolia Inn. The first was just an overnight stop. We liked it so much that we decided to stay there again for two nights. The décor is very tastefully done, providing the inn with an inviting and relaxed atmosphere. It is also quiet and peaceful. The pastries at breakfast were far too scrumptious and the addition of freshly baked cookies in the afternoon was a nice touch. Hope we can go again in the near future. It is a wonderful place!
4.8 on August 14, 2011
This was our second visit at the Magnolia Inn, and both times we enjoyed our stay immensely. The rooms, main inn and gardens are all beautiful, and Robert is friendly and informative. Breakfast is serve-yourself, with fruit, delicious fresh pastries, coffee, etc. Lovely dining room or veranda where you can enjoy your meals. The town is delightful and there was a craft fair across the street the weekend we were there which we were abe to enjoy.
4.8 on August 14, 2011
My husband and I were very happy to return to Magnolia Inn after 4 years to find that we could have an even better experience than our first. The owners Robert and Susan have redone all the rooms, keeping the charm and provided us with a relaxing comfortable stay. Hope that we will be able to return without having to wait another 4 years!
4.0 on August 08, 2011
The owners were fantastic and even dealt with unforseen problems that arose with competence and patience. We loved the beautiful spot and the decor of the inn. I felt wrapped in luxury!
4.2 on August 04, 2011
Very accommodating and a nice location where you can walk to anywhere in town. Wonderful to wake up and sit on the veranda overlooking the street and watching the world go by. I would stay here again and would highly recommend it to anyone else who ventures into Jacksonville Or.
5 on August 02, 2011
We had a wonderful stay in June, 2011. Robert and Susan handled beautifully some special needs which arose during our visit. The ambiance, their warmth, the helpful suggestions, and great food made this a birthday celebration we will never forget! We will be back!
4.4 on August 01, 2011
Location - Just close enough to everything. Rooms - We've visited 2x's. Both times the rooms were gorgeous. Food - Backed goods, fruit, coffee. Scrumptious. Pets - We have a service dog but register as pet usually. They had a basket of goodies for him and not a lot of rules that were unreasonable. We felt very welcome with our pet/service dog.
4.6 on July 25, 2011
The gardens virtually beckoned us to relax in their beauty. The decor throughout the rooms constantly delighted and the friendliness of the staff almost unbelievable. We came needing a break and found stimulating renewal. Bravo to Robert and Susan. Paul Pulliam
4.2 on July 24, 2011
Wouldn't stay anywhere else in Jacksonville! Combination of price, quality of room and grounds in general, location in town (walking distance to Britt too), plus friendliness of owners, make it an unbeatable location!
4.2 on July 18, 2011
We stayed over the Forth of July. Great rooms, quite and a wonderful balcony.
4.0 on July 16, 2011
I used to stay at the McCully House, but have now switched allegiance to the Magnolia Inn. It is a delightful place and Robert and Susan are excellent hosts.
3.8 on July 16, 2011
Lovely place to stay. We needed a dog friendly room and they accommodated us perfectly. Charming decor and surroundings, and very friendly service.
4.4 on July 12, 2011
Beautifully appointed, convenient location. Host and hostess were very charming.
4.4 on June 28, 2011
The Magnolia Inn is a beautiful, charming, and delightful place to stay, and a nice alternative to the traditional B&B. Rather than the typical sit-down breakfast at a pre-set time, one can meander out later in the morning and help one's self to a nice variety of pastries, fruit, yogurt, and cereal. The hosts are friendly and accommodating. The Inn includes all kinds of thoughtful amenities including earplugs for a sound night's sleep!
2.8 on June 28, 2011
Lovely place, great location. Would stay there again, but nothing special in particular to recommend it
5 on June 24, 2011
The innkeepers were very helpful and gracious. Our room felt like we were in a tree-house. Very private and clean.
3.8 on June 22, 2011
We recently stayed at the Magnolia Inn at the recommendation of some friends for a wedding. The location is outstanding, as it is in walking distance of downtown Jacksonville. The innkeepers are very friendly. The Inn itself is very lovely, and the grounds are well kept and inviting. We would highly recommend this B&B to our friends!
4.6 on June 21, 2011
We stayed in the Olivia Room and were very, very comfortable. It was roomy, nicely decorated and clean. The owners were extemely helpful and knowledgeable about what the area had to offer. The breakfast was serve yourself and had a good variety of things to choose from including some lovely homemade pastries. Eating outside on the terrace was a delight. The Inn is a short, easy walk to the main area of town.
3.0 on May 25, 2011
We have stayed in quite a few B&B's and our expectations are generally what is described in the online introduction. Magnolia Inn is a beautiful B&B in a quaint charming town (would like to observe in busy summer though). Because of our experience with B&B's it is hard to describe things as exceeding our expectations, because our expectations of B&B's are that things should be in most cases better than average. Our only surprise (did not want to use complaint), is the noise generated by traffic on the front part of the Inn at night. The room we chose was on the front side. Overall it was very nice, and would stay there again, but choose another room. Fortunately the traffic disappears from ~11pm to 6am. Now we know why you supplied ear plugs. Thanks for the great experience.
4.8 on May 15, 2011
Great host and hostess... instant friends. Great recommendations for food, sightseeing, real estate and more. A car is unnecessary to tour Jacksonville from this location... great place to walk. Highly recommend.
5 on April 24, 2011
At Magnolia Inn, you don't feel you are customer, but you feel like you are family. It was a very nice experience. Robert and Susan were very nice and very welcoming. Wonderfull breakfast with nice people to meet and to talk with. Thank you so much to both of you. It was really great. (Antoine from FRANCE)
5 on April 19, 2011
Although we only stayed one night, we will return. Our hosts were super and the breakfast bread, baking as we arrived was delicious. A very warm environment in this historic B & B.
4.8 on April 17, 2011
The room was outstanding with a very comfortable bed. If you need to go some place to unwind, this great starting point. The breakfast is very good with several choices and something different every morning. This is the second time my wife and I have stayed here and we hope it won't be the last.
4.8 on March 22, 2011
This is the absolutely perfect place to stay in Jacksonville. We stayed in mid-March 2011 and would definitely stay here again. The location, the rooms, private baths, price - all outstanding. The best is the breakfast - great variety and the owner makes her own coffeecake, muffins, yogurt parfaits! The owners are very nice and helpful too. We'll be back!
4.2 on February 27, 2011
My husband and I wanted a romantic getaway and choosing the Magnolia Inn was the right decision. I chose it because of the outstanding $$ value during the off season and will return in the future because of the ambiance and service we received during our stay. We couldn't have asked for better hosts, Robert and Susan’s attention to detail was outstanding. Each evening we returned to find delicious little goodies and candies in our room and had nice chats with Robert each morning in the breakfast room upstairs. The inn was quiet and peaceful, exactly what we were looking for. For the value I highly recommend the Magnolia Inn. There is so much to see and do in the surrounding area that we definitely want to go back again and very soon. If I were asked for a suggestion of improvement for our next stay, not as a complaint mind you but as a suggestion, I would ask for a small protein item to be added to the continental breakfast. Perhaps a slice of cheese, a hard-boiled egg or a peanut butter for those of us that don't do well with carbs in the morning. Thank you Robert and Susan, you are both delightful and we look forward to visiting your Inn in the future.
5 on February 19, 2011
Magnolia Inn was a perfect spot for a Valentine's night away. We settled in around 3 and watched movies in our room from the fun selection on Magnolia's bookshelf. We were totally blown away by the personal touches. Our names were written on a heart on the door, and in our room we found a basket of Valentine's goodies including iced champagne and truffles. For dinner we walked the down the block to Bella Union and had their legendary Mr. Jacksonville pizza and Bailey's cheesecake. Our bathroom, bedroom, view of the town and the overall atmosphere was truly lovely. An awesome breakfast, including fresh local pastries and Susan's coffee cake met us in the morning. We enjoyed a quiet and friendly chat with Robert and some other guests and easily could have lingered past check-out. Can't say enough about this place...charm everywhere you step!
4.0 on February 09, 2011
My wife and I stayed Saturday night February 5 and had a great experience. Our room was very tastefully decorated. The proprietor gave us an excellent restaurant recommendation and accurate driving directions for places we needed to visit in and around Jacksonville. The breakfast was all that we needed to start our day. We would be very happy to make a return visit.
4.8 on January 20, 2011
We loved this place and definitely plan to return! Magnolia Inn has so much character, and our room was spacious and comfortable. I especially liked the kitchen bar setup upstairs which allowed us to come up and go to match different schedules.
4.6 on January 18, 2011
We spent 3 nights over New Years at the Inn and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Our helpful Innkeepers had thoughtfully provided us with some New Year's goodies in our room. We had access to refrigerator, microwave and pretty dishes so we brought great leftovers from dinner home for lunch the next day - and we had walked to dinner. Loved downtown Jacksonville. This was a great base for exploring the area, and we will look forward to returning to read books out on the welcoming verandah.
3.6 on January 04, 2011
Nice clean place with a comfy bed and outstanding hosts. Will definitely be staying there again.
4.8 on January 03, 2011
We were in Jacksonville to attend a wedding and stayed at the Magnolia Inn for 4 nights. Robert and Susan were wonderful hosts and very friendly and helpful. We stayed in the Madisson room and it was very comfortable. Breakfast was great - help yourself to the wonderful home made muffins, loafs, pastries, coffee, tea, toast, oatmeal and fresh fruit. Our stay was home away from home. We will stay there again when we return to Jacksonville on future visits.
5 on January 03, 2011
December 30th and 31st (2010) were the best two days/nights of our 1 week trip in Oregon. 90% of the reason was a result of our 'Experience' at the Magnolia Inn! My wife Julie and pug (Gahmi) loved everything about it! From the moment we were first greeted by Robert, to the last 'thank you and good bye' on the way out, everything was amazing! Besides the great personal service, the incredible rooms (and multiple patios/decks and common spaces), the 2 minute walk to the cute Jacksonville downtown area, there were plenty of surrounding activities (including access to Crater Lake)! The best part of my experience was enjoying a wonderful breakfast of fresh fruit, oatmeal, high-end pastries, coffee and other items with my fellow guests - in the spacious kitchen/lounge area! Like the small sign in the hall says "You come as guests and leave as friends", I made some new friends that I will be staying in contact with far beyond our 1 week trip. What did I like the least? I have to strain to try to figure something out here! OK, they didn't have FREE in-house massages for all the guests. Ridiculous I know, but that is the best complaint I have. My wife and I will be returning to Jacksonville this summer and the Magnolia Inn will be 90% of the reason why! Thanks to the owners Robert and Susan (and dog Abby) for creating/maintaining such a wonderful place! John, Julie and Gahmi (Bellevue, WA).
4.0 on December 29, 2010
From the hot apple cider and fresh baked cookies to the gift waiting in our room for our pooch,we felt like we were in a Christmas card! The Inn is so cozy and welcoming that it made it hard to leave. We will definately be back, hopefully very soon!
4.6 on December 27, 2010
This is a great place to stay. Hospitality is exceptional and the location is perfect. We will definitely stay here again!
5 on December 06, 2010
This was our 3rd stay at the Magnolia Inn. Robert and Susan are so kind and very helpful. It feels so comfortable there, like family. The rooms are great and the cont. breakfast is very good....local and homebaked pastries...yum. Jacksonville is a very short walk away. Great stay...we will be back very soon! Your Alturas friends
5 on November 30, 2010
I am so happy we chose this B & B! It was the first time the entire family stayed at a Bed and Breakfast (there were 7 adults, 3 children and 2 dogs). All of us felt very welcome and comfortable. The owners had a basket of dog blankets and biscuits, fresh water bowls for the dogs. They also had a fun toy for each of the kids to play with... Their generosity was totally unexpected! The beds were very comfy, the rooms were clean (sparkling!), there were plenty of places to gather (kitchen, sitting room and upstairs balcony) to have tea, coffee or wine, or to play a game of chess, or any board game they had on their shelves. The breakfast included homemade muffins and coffee cake (Susan is a great baker!) along with hot cereal, fresh luscious fruits and an assortment of teas to choose from. There was more on the menu, but those are the items I enjoyed. Robert (the owner) was very helpful and had a wealth of information re: activities we could enjoy in the area. Both he and his wife were helpful and genuinely nice to be around. We are going back to this B & B for sure!
3.6 on November 25, 2010
We really enjoyed our 1 night stay at the Magnolia Inn. The room was very nice and clean. We really liked how close it was to all the shopping and dining areas of jacksonville. Overall, a great place to go and get away. The dining area upstairs was really nice and a great place to kick back and have a glass of wine or sip on some coffee/tea.
4.8 on November 10, 2010
The Magnolia in is so beautiful and charming. Robert and Susan are just fantastic. We will be back! Bill and Lisa
5 on October 16, 2010
Its hard to say we were gonna be surprised by how much more special we could feel with our wedding weekend plans but lets try to just say "wow". We brought my entire family from the midwest to stay at the Magnolia renting the entire house for 3 days. My large but humble family were out of their socks because they had been blown off which was our intention but even those were pleasently exceeded. The beauty, the incredibly comfy beds, and friendlyness of Roger and Sue were unmatched and we left feeling all warm and fuzzy feeling apart of their family. Cannot tell how much we appreciate their kindness and just how much they and their lovely inn meant to our special days. Thank you so much! I just couldn't imagine anyone in the world having a bad experience here. Love and Prayers, all the best! Folkerts Family
4.8 on October 09, 2010
This is a great little place! I was in town on business, and decided to go the bed and breakfast route. I was so happy I made that choice, because The Magnolia Inn was so charming. They have bath salts for a nice hot bath, an upper deck to enjoy the fresh air, and they even put breakfast out a little early when I had a work function to get to in the morning. There are several bars and restaurants and even a bakery within walking distance. The owners are very friendly, and will chat if you want, but they also seem to have a great sense for letting you be. I will definitely stay here again.
4.0 on September 09, 2010
Close to town and Britt Festival. Very Clean and quiet. Loved it!
5 on August 25, 2010
We made a trip to the Oregon Shakespeare festival and were greeted by the gracious hosts and were made to feel right at home. Excellent home made pastries for breakfast every morning with the ripest fruit serving. I would recommend this B and B to everyone. Jacksonville has some excellent shops and is surrounded by beautiful scenery . Dr. Scott Anderson
4.8 on August 14, 2010
We (two couples) just spent two delightful nights at the Inn -- within walking distance of all the Jacksonville shops, the Britt Festival and a short drive to Ashland.... so convenient in such very comfortable and pretty surroundings -- the gardens, upstairs terrace and lovely open space simply added to our comfort.
5 on July 25, 2010
Completely mesmerized by the English country charm of this 9 room inn. Such a drastic change from the setting in 5 stars hotels like the Inter-Continental in VIenna and Prague. The decor and ambiance here have more personality. There is enough modern amenity to make our stay very comfortable. The well stocked kitchen provided the best breakfast in the B&B I visited, none of which with the luxury of eating in the verendah. Bob and Sue are super-amiable inn owners. Who won't fall in love with the well-tended and carefully manicured garden ? WIll definitely revisit and recommend to others. Thank you for the wonderful stay we had there.
5 on July 12, 2010
We (four friends) have just returned from spending a few days in Southern Oregon. It was the third year we have stayed at the Magnolia Inn. It is always a pleasure to return to the comforts and warmth provided by Susan and Robert Roos. They are welcoming, friendly, and happy to help in any way. We have found the inn to be a quiet, comfortable place with a nice combination of space that allows for privacy and places to gather if you want company. It is easy to walk to the downtown shops and restaurants and there are lots of places to explore. We are grateful for the hospitality provided at the Magnolia Inn.
4.2 on June 21, 2010
This was our first visit to Jacksonville. And everything went so right! The weather was wonderful, the people friendly and helpful, and the Inn was marvelous. They have thought of everything that will make a stay there comfortable. Lots of attention to little details that make the difference between an OK experience and an Oh, My! The rooms were lovely, and the bed comfortable. All normal amenities were carefully chosen and offered. But then....they go the extra mile. The kitchen area is wonderful! Refrigeration, microwave (with popcorn to accompany the VCR library for your room viewing), plate, utensils, trays--it made our "picnic" on the front lawn so easy. The front parlour is a lovely sitting area, which enabled us to plan our day trips in comfort. There are lots of outside sitting areas, providing privacy and community. The Inn is close to downtown Jacksonville--only a short 2 block walk--and all the shops and dining. We will definitely be back. They have a plaque on the stair case...."Enter as Strangers, Leave as Friends" It is not an idle thought, Robert & Susan made our trip a wonderful experience. Bill & Suzie
5 on June 15, 2010
Wonderful accommodations, in fact we utilized the kitchen and made ourselves a picnic dinner with our friends and sat outside on the lower patio. Jack (our golden retriever) got to join us while we dined alfresco. He and Abby played and enjoyed the ability to romp together. (Thanks Abby for helping to where Jack out!). We sat on the veranda in the mornings enjoying the tasty breakfast offerings taking in the view and the passers by that seemed to wish they were staying at the Magnolia Inn . One evening the four of us sat in the sitting room and planned our visit through the Applegate valley vineyards. Robert shared his thoughts and we had a spectacular day in this beautiful area. A walk through Brit Gardens, as well as many walks around town to explore the shops, historical buildings and rich history made it a fun, relaxing weekend for us Northern Oregonian’s from the other wine region of the state. McMinnville like Jacksonville is a wonderful place and we are so pleased that we vacationed in Southern Oregon. We were treated like family by Susan, Robert and Abby and plan to return hopefully sooner than later. Barry, Sue & Jack
4.8 on June 09, 2010
I loved the rooms that were all personalized and themed to the person they where named after. When I arrived there were chocolates on my bed waiting for me (yum!). Every moving I sat out side on the veranda and sipped my coffee while I read my book. It was so nice to slow down and really enjoy relaxing and good company with friends. The Inns is within walking distance of downtown, as a plus also. Great inn, I will be back.
5 on May 08, 2010
This delightful B&B is a must for anyone intending to stay in the area. Robert is very friendly, most accommodating and very helpful in his knowledge of the area. Susan's baked delicacies are not to be missed. Overall, we enjoyed three days at the Inn and would not hesitate to recommend this highly. Hopefully, we can manage a return trip one day.
4.6 on April 19, 2010
The Jacksonville Magnolia Inn has become a tradition for our little band of sisters. For three years now, up to five life-long friends have decided to make the Inn our meeting place for a few days of wonderful, relaxed visiting and sight-seeing. Each room at the Inn is beautifully appointed and very comfortable. It's a real treat to wake up to their wonderful coffee and homemade goodies every morning. The upstairs kitchen is expansive and provides many breakfast and beverage choices. As well, Robert and Susan Roos are always very accommodating to our needs and always spend time chatting and getting to know each guest. I feel confident in recommending the Magnolia Inn in Jacksonville to all who are longing for a nostalgic, comfortable, warm and friendly place to spend a night or longer. Shane R.
5 on March 29, 2010
We just got back from a trip to Jacksonville where we stayed at the Magnolia Inn. We had always been hesitant to stay at a Bed & Breakfast, not wanting to share a bathroom or dining with people we don't know. What a wonderful surprise the Magnolia Inn was, we had a wonderful room with our own bath & the the kitchen area for guests was set up with a refrigerator that you could keep leftovers or your own food in, coffee, teas,snacks, etc. and led to a wonderful balcony for outdoor eating and relaxing. The continental breakfast had a variety of fruits, yogurts, cereal & Susan's homemade scones. It was available from 8:00 to 10:30, so you could go at your convenience! Another of the great attractions of this Inn is that it's two blocks from downtown & easy walking distance to everything. The hosts, Robert & Susan Roos, made you feel so welcome & comfortable & were so helpful with things to see & do around the area. They also give great AAA discounts, A wonderful experience!
4.0 on March 02, 2010
There are lots of good things about the Magnolia Inn in Jacksonville, Oregon, including attentive and thoughtful hosts, private bathrooms attached to every room, and lots of small luxurious details - but one of the best features is the guest kitchen, available 24 hours a day, with a full-sized refrigerator for leftovers or other food items, a microwave and plenty of plates, bowls, mugs, and flatware to use and place in the dishwasher when done. The makings for coffee, hot chocolate, and a variety of teas is left in the kitchen at all times, and fruit, popcorn and candy are also available. This is the first time I have encountered this amenity in a bed and breakfast, and I think it is a wonderful idea. To complete the convenience, a balcony opens off the kitchen and has tables and chairs for eating outside. I have already recommended Jacksonville's Magnolia Inn to colleagues at work and would suggest that anyone visiting Jacksonville for the history or beautiful countryside strongly consider the Magnolia Inn.
5 on January 16, 2010
This inn is a nice find -- charming, beautifully decorated, convenient location and completely comfortable. And we can stay with our pet! We felt very welcomed -- clearly much thought has been put into the amenities. There were treats for us as well as our dog, easy access to the nicely stocked kitchen area, our room was comfortable and cozy, and even came set up with a dog's eating area in the large bathroom. Everything was spotless. We look forward to staying here next time we're in the Medford area.
4.6 on November 15, 2009
The owners, Robert and Susan Roos were very pleasant and enjoyabel. They make you feel very comfortable at home. If back in the area, I would definately stay there again.
5 on October 08, 2009
Just got back from a two week stay in Oregon! The first week we stayed at Magnolia Inn and I have to say it was the best place we stayed in all of Oregon. The hosts were very nice, the room was very well decorated and felt comfortable. A few places I've stayed felt like I was in a scary movie but not here. Jacksonville itself was really nice as well, the inn is located just off the main street and has easy walking access to the whole town. Every morning there were fresh baked scones made by the owners themselves. I highly recommend this inn to anyone staying in Southern Oregon.
4.0 on September 28, 2009
Ok i am picky but this place is really the best. Perfectly clean, totally non-smoking, quiet quiet quiet. Great location too. The baked goods in the morning are out of this world! Nothing wrong with this one.
2.8 on September 02, 2009
Most bed and breakfast lodging provide a hot meal served by the host. This so-called "bed and breakfast" Inn offers self serve continental breakfast, very disappointing.
5 on July 01, 2009
I'm so happy we found the Magnolia Inn! My husband and I now have our favorite spot to stay while in Southern Oregon. Susan and Robert's attention to detail is outstanding, from the clean and well appointed room we stayed in, to the veranda overlooking the beautiful garden where we sipped our coffee and ate fresh cherries with Susan's delicious scones. Tasteful art, books, movies, games, popcorn---there is a surprise around every corner. These innkeepers know what they are doing. You won't be disappointed!
5 on May 26, 2009
My cousin and I on a road trip discovered the Magnolia Inn and thoroughly enjoyed the stay. It is all beautifully appointed, everywhere you look you see something interesting. The breakfast was set up for "as you please" which suited us fine. A wonderful, cozy, comfortable place to be. A must see, must stay as is Jacksonville itself, on season or off.
4.4 on May 11, 2009
Extremely enjoyed the Inn. We would rtn again. the service and follow up by the InnKeepers was great. I highly recommend this B & B.
5 on April 29, 2009
This place was recommended to me and since I was traveling there for work, stayed. The owners were so nice! They welcomed me, visited, told the history of the place, and even carried my luggage downstairs for me when I left. Susan had homemade coffee cake ready for breakfast which was fabulous! The rooms were elegant and yet so comfortable. The whole building was beautiful with wall hangings and flowers. The grounds were gorgeous. They have a veranda too that I want to try the next time I go -- when it's a hot sunny day. Great place -- you won't regret staying here!
4.8 on April 13, 2009
We just returned from a lovely three days in Jacksonville and stayed at the Magnolia Inn. Robert & Susan were the most accomodating, gracious hosts. They even helped us when our paperwork for the sale of our house had to be done while we were at the inn. They made our stay very comforable & relaxing. The inn was beautifully appointed, and the overall feeling was very laid back. Rooms were very quiet & clean. Robert & Susan were a wealth of information, especially about the outdoor recreational opprotunities available (fishing). I would recommend the inn to everyone. We plan on going back for some summer fun!
5 on April 12, 2009
My husband and I just came home from a 2 night stay in the Ashley room. It was the most relaxing and pleasant stay we have experienced during any of our trips to the Medford area. The hosts were very gracious and made us feel like part of their family. The home was very nicely decorated, without being overdone. It was a very comforatable and laid back place to stay, yet it still gave you the feeling of being pampered. Coming back to our room after a long day was almost like come home. We will definitely be going back.
4.6 on April 09, 2009
A bright airy room with two twin beds. Quiet, with easy access to patio and gardens. Lovely view of Jacksonville Historical Museum. Robert & Susan are friendly, wonderful hosts who know the local area well, and made great suggestions about shopping and sightseeing.
4.8 on March 30, 2009
Toni and I were very impressed with our host and the amenities. This is a MUST stay if you are planning a mini vacation, a corporate get-a-way, or even a planning session. Great rooms-close to down town. You can walk to everything. We will be coming back to this fantistic Inn. Jack & Toni.
5 on March 20, 2009
My husband and I just stayed at the Magnolia Inn in Jacksonville Oregon.Even when the owner took our reservation she made us feel appreciated and welcome! The Inn is beautiful, relaxing and quiet. We loved our room, breakfast, and the great interaction with susan and Robert.I had mentioned that my husband and myself wanted to enjoy the wineries of the Applegate during our stay, and when we arrived we had a wine guide for the Applegate wineries in our room! It was our first time in Jacksonville, we loved the food, shops and the friendly people in town. we will be back soon, and we will tell our friends they must go! Thank you Magnolia Inn.
4.0 on March 17, 2009
Just spent the weekend with 7 friends at Robert and Susan's welcoming Magnolia Inn. Every aspect was what you'd hope a b and b would be, from the minute we arrived. Truly friendly, attentive hosts. The entire place was decorated with care. Beautiful fresh bedding (in my favorite colors), comfortable bed, roomy bathroom with great shower. Susan's scones and sticky buns were a tasty addition to the morning coffee, fresh fruit and other pastries. Outside, the surrounding gardens were well cared for and attractive, and the Jacksonville shops and restaurants were just afew blocks away! Looking forward to a return stay.
5 on February 10, 2009
My Friend and I have just returned from an amazing weekend at the Magnolia Inn. We found the Bed & Breakfast to be warm and inviting. The inn-keeper Susan was absolutely a sweetheart! She baked delicious cookies served along side fresh milk one day and the best muffins the next. Both Robert and Susan were very kind and helpful. Our room was very comfortable with a beautiful view. We enjoyed having private bathrooms and found the Bed and Breakfast to be very cozy. Our expectations were blown-away by how great to value and service was. We will definitely be returning soon. Both my friend and I agree this is by far the best Bed and Breakfast we have ever been to.
4.8 on September 13, 2008
I'm not really a bed and breafast kind of guy and typically shy away from sharing bathrooms or meals with strangers. But I do look look for value and I was attracted to the low room rates of this quaint inn. I was pleased to learn that each room has ITS OWN bathroom (quite large too) and the food--mostly breakfast--items are placed out so you can take what you want back to your room or use the ample seating areas inside or outside (the balcony has a great view of the historic museum building across the street). The inn owners, Robert and Susan go out of their way to be gracious, but they don't overdo it. Each room is tastefully decorated and unique. I stayed in room 9 and was surpised to find that it is quite roomy. I have to admit that there are a lot of little touches that a B and B provides that you generally don't find with a typical hotel. There were freshly baked scones in the morning and even chocolate chip cookies and milk in the afternoon. Robert provided good recommendations for food, fishing and all the nearby sights. The inn is historic without feeling "old" and it is an easy walk around the corner to the main street of Jacksonville with some great shops and a couple good bars. Bottom line: I'm from So. CA and you can't touch a room in this area for anywhere near the low rates at this inn. Yet for less money you get the personal touches that come with dealing with "real owners" rather than a minimum wage earner behind the counter of a chain hotel who doesn't care much about your stay. I will stay at the Magnolia Inn again.
5 on August 22, 2008
This was my first time staying in Oregon and my stay couldn't have been better. My wife and daughter and I stayed at the Magnolia Inn while we explored the wonderful shops and incredible beauty that is Jacksonville. We reserved the Helen Suite since we needed the extra bed and because a friend of ours had recommended the view. I must say that our trip was beyond expectation. The Magnolia Inn's owners were incredibly friendly and helpful and we didn't know it at first, but many of the delicious baked morning treats (muffins, scones) were actually baked by the owner's wife, Sue. The owner, Robert, was easy to find and always ready to help. I can't express enough how enjoyable our stay was and I'm not exaggerating when I say that our stay was perfect. We did indeed "come as strangers, leave as friends," and we will come again without a doubt. Highly recommended!
4.8 on August 21, 2008
My new finance and I took a trip to Oregon to celebrate our engagement. We stayed at the Magnolia Inn for 3 nights in one of the beautifully decorated upstairs rooms. We had a nice view of the front yard and old magnolia tree out in the garden. Jacksonville is a great historic little town to visit with a quaint main street filled with lots of nice shops and eateries. The innkeeper was really nice and was great to talk to. He gave great advice on where to go and what to see as well as history of the area and the inn itself. The accommodations were great, our room was freshened up daily and was very clean when we arrived. The Britt music festival was taking place in Jacksonville while we were there and the inn had lots of business. I was very pleased with the cost of the room since we were located so close to all the main activities and sites that Jacksonville has to offer.
1.6 on July 27, 2008
You should be aware that even if you reserve a room, the innkeeper can move your reservation to another room without your consent. We reserved a really nice room with a view of a quaint church. When we arrived, we were told that we had been moved to another room, but that it was a suite, and we would not be charged for a suite, and that filling the inn was like a "jigsaw puzzle", and they fit us were they can. The room we got had an extra sitting/bedroom room, but the view was of the owner’s driveway, and the carpet was spotted and dirty. When we asked for the room we originally reserved, the innkeeper told us that it was unavailable. The reason was that someone had wanted the room for two nights, and it was easier to bump us than to move someone else from room to room during their stay, even though we had reserved the room first. The other thing that sort of bothered me is that the innkeeper was barefoot the entire time we were there, even during breakfast. I thought it a bit too casual for a business, and unprofessional. At the continental breakfast, we were left to figure out where to find silverware, and what was offered, even though he was in the room at the time. On the bright side, the grounds are very well kept, and the location superb.
Thank you for your comments. We appreciate your feedback and take your views sincerely. We try our very hardest to accommodate specific room requests, however, in very rare situations, we do have to make some room adjustments for what would be the best for all concerned, and impacting guests the least. In this particular case, it would have required us to move another guest two times during their stay, which we considered a major inconvenience. In this situation, the reviewer was moved from a standard room to our suite – a definite room upgrade. The view was of the twin sister church of the one mentioned in the review. In the original room, the view was across a parking area and a street to the church. We try and contact all affected parties when this rare situation arises, and we apologize that, for whatever reason, it wasn’t done this time. Thank you for the comments on the carpet, we were unable to completely get the soiled area clean from the previous guests ourselves, and actually had the carpet professionally cleaned the next day. All our dining utensils and food are in the open. We would have been delighted to provide assistance, had we thought a guest was unsure of where things were. I try and make myself available during the morning to guest’s needs and conversation. We were at 100% occupancy during that week, and I’m sure we were represented in the dining area.
5 on June 30, 2008
My fiance' and I stayed at the Magnolia Inn and had a wonderful time. The attention to detail made us feel like we were family, not just guests. Susan and Robert were fantastic hosts. The inn is cozy and elegant. A must for anyone looking for a romantic getaway in the quaint town of Jacksonville.
5 on June 09, 2008
A visit to wonderful Jacksonville was highlighted by Magnolia Inn. Outstanding experience, exceptionally comfortable bed, great breakfast and lush surroundings. The hosts saw to every detail and made us feel special.
5 on June 09, 2008
Outstanding visit. Jacksonville is wonderful, and the Magnolia Inn is the perfect place to stay. Wonderful room, extremely comfortable bed, and luscious grounds were only exceeded by the Innkeepers attention to detail. This place is really top shelf.
4.8 on October 22, 2007
great relaxing family time. Loved the veranda and access to the upstairs rooms. Would love to come back for another stay.
4.6 on October 22, 2007
Most relaxing and enjoyable time that I have had in a while. Our hosts were incredible. Beautiful location close to downtown.
5 on July 28, 2007
Robert is a gracious host ! The place is immaculate and beautiful. Very Romantic . And the price was the best around . The 2nd story balcony deck was a great spot to eat breakfast every morning. You can walk to the Britt Festival in 5 minutes . You will love staying here !
5 on May 01, 2007
Great host, pastries and fruit were tops. Loved the double room. The quiet was unbelievable since there were so many guests. will return soon!
5 on April 20, 2007
Everything was perfect, very comfortable.
5 on April 01, 2007
A time away for our selves. Magnolia Inn is located in a beautiful and historic area. A beautiful B & B operated by beautiful people!
5 on March 04, 2007
Everything worked perfectly. Shower, heat, shades. Very clean. The breakfast and food is delicious and generous.