Our 1916 Craftsman home features 6 spacious guestrooms with private baths and A/C. Enjoy fireside chats in the great room or snuggle up with a book in the library. Explore the relaxing gardens, or take a dip in the pool. A sumptuous breakfast of fresh ingredients awaits you in the dining room. Just two quiet blocks from downtown Jacksonville, the TouVelle House is convenient to award-winning restaurants, museums, shops and galleries. Jacksonville's Britt Music Festival brings headliners to its open-air stage each summer and Ashland, just 17 miles away, is home of the world renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
5 on March 22, 2015
The property is beautiful and so historic. The hosts, Jamie and Shawn, are just really nice and know a lot about the area and the home. Jamie is an excellent chef, too! The inn is just a couple of blocks from downtown where there is a lot of shopping and restaurants. We had a super time and would love to visit again!
4.6 on March 15, 2015
Elegant decor, gracious hosts, delicious food, We'll be back again!!
5 on March 01, 2015
Wonderful three nights at beautiful Touvelle House. I could live in that house. Loved the huge gorgeous built-in cabinet in the dining room. The hosts were very thoughtful in their amenities; instant romance fireplace in room, two refillable glass water jars for each room (water cooler down the hall with big bowl of peppermint patties next to it), box in closet full of every toiletry one might have forgotten to pack, wash cloths just for makeup removal. Cookies downstairs every afternoon (ate more than my share), fridge on each floor, movies, books, games, TV room with microwave/popcorn, cabinet of wine glasses, etc. just for guests to use, comfy sunroom with laptop use (gotta have it) etc. etc.! Delicious breakfast prepared each morning, and gladly did their best to provide alternatives for guests with special diet requests. Miles of hiking trails a few short blocks away, including a real trip through the old mining region, and the serene old Jacksonville cemetery right next door was a fascinating, gorgeous walk in the brisk morning air. Good food and fun shopping in historic downtown, also a short walk away. Hosts were happy to provide lots of info about things to do in the area. Truly one of the best B&Bs we've ever visited!
5 on February 23, 2015
First time here but not the last. This was a great choice. Next time will be summer so we can use the pool.
5 on February 23, 2015
My husband and I chose the TouVelle House for a brief visit to Jacksonville at the suggestion of a friend. Based on the photos, we knew it would be a unique experience, but we had no idea how much we'd fall in love with the place. The first night there, we happened to be the only guests in the house, so we spent the evening by the fireplace pretending this Arts & Crafts gem belonged to us. Even without the the luxurious sheets, the beautiful furnishings in the room, and the view from our little balcony, just being in this well cared-for, period-detail home would have been worth the cost. If we'd woken up to a breakfast of Cheerios, we would have been happy, but instead, a gourmet breakfast awaited us. Jamie was a pleasant host, who made us feel well cared for and our every need was anticipated. Do yourself a favor and stay here, even if you have no other reason to be in the area.
4.2 on February 17, 2015
Warm and friendly greeting, delicious food with alternative choices for those who needed one. Excellent location, easy walk to town and shops. Lovely gardens and grounds to explore. Everything a guest could want or need.
5 on February 15, 2015
This place is amazing. If you're looking for a place to relax this is definitely the place. Everyone is so friendly. Jamie and Shawn are the BEST! Jamie is an awesome cook. I'm not much for breakfast food, but this week I became a fan.
5 on February 12, 2015
My husband & I were in Jacksonville for family reunion of sorts and someone had suggested the TouVelle House. Our two-night stay was perfect. The house was gorgeous and offers a wonderful opportunity to "live" in a gorgeous Craftsman home with period furniture. The first night we were there, we were the only people in the house and we sat by living room fire all evening chatting and nearly believing the house was ours. We stayed in the Frank TouVelle room, which is beautifully appointed and cozy. (Two nights on the sheets alone was worth the price.) Our every need was anticipated--from toiletries, to a little box of "things you might have forgotten" in the closet, to hooks for towels and robes in all the most convenient places. And this is to say nothing of the delicious breakfast and good company with Jamie, the innkeeper, who was a delight. Our second morning we were leaving early and couldn't stay for the proper breakfast, so she had to-go bags prepared for us with an array of items for our road trip home. We hope to return to the TouVelle House. I've never felt so well cared for.
5 on December 26, 2014
Absolutely wonderful experience. A short getaway was just what we needed, and we could not have picked a better place to enjoy it. We stayed in the spacious Frank TouVelle room overlooking the front grounds and Old Stage Road. Oh the history this home has seen!!!! Elegant and romantic great room with a warm and toasty fireplace, (original to the home!) was a perfect fit for an evening of relaxation. This won't be our last visit!! Thank you Jamie and Shawn for you warm and friendly hospitality! Vern and Linda Loy
4.6 on November 30, 2014
What a beautiful home and grounds. So peaceful and the owners were so attentive and friendly! The location was perfect! Easy walk to shops and restaurants and what a great small town :) Breakfast and coffee were wonderful, can't wait to visit again soon!
Handsome, spacious corner room on the second floor with views of the front lawn and gardens. Small Balcony, King Bed, electric fireplace, sitting area with two leather club chairs, newly remodeled (in 2011) Private Bath with Shower and rain shower head. Individually controlled heating and air conditioning. ($150 - $199)
Formally known as the Adirondack Suite; Two cozy rooms tucked away under the eaves on the third floor with views of tree tops and mountains. Decorated like a cozy cabin. Main room with Queen Bed, sitting room with loveseat and ottoman. Private bath with antique claw foot tub and hand-held spray head. No stand up shower. Individually controlled heating and air conditioning. ($135 - $179)
Bright third floor room under the eaves decorated in homage to the incredible Crater Lake, with Mission style furnishings and Crate Lake mementos. Right outside the window are the upper branches of the oak trees in front of the house, making you feel like you are in a tree house. Views of the Rogue Valley in the distance. Queen Bed, sitting area with two arm chairs. Private Bath with tile and marble shower. Individually controlled heating and air conditioning. ($135 - $179)
Formally known as the Judge's Chambers, this jewel box of a room is conveniently located on the first floor, just off of the living room. Fabric covered walls and rich wall hangings create a wonderful cocoon of tranquility and comfort. Definitely our smallest room with no sitting area, but it is the most accessible to the numerous common areas and also closest to the coffee in the morning. A tranquil room that is great for sleeping late or for those who can’t do stairs. Queen Bed, Private Bath with tile shower. ($135 - $169)
Large second floor suite includes two rooms. The original sleeping porch features oversized windows overlooking the side garden, Queen Bed and two side chairs. The smaller sitting room, connected through a spacious bathroom, has a twin bed and writing desk which overlooks the swimming pool. Individually controlled heating and air conditioning in both rooms. The recently renovated private bathroom offers a large tile walk-in shower with rain shower head. ($150 - $199)
Bright corner room on the second floor with views of the front lawn, majestic oaks and pond. Queen Bed, single reading chair, electric fireplace, newly remodeled (2011) Private Bath with Shower and rain shower head. Individually controlled heating and air conditioning. ($140 - $189)
Countryside, Small town, Village, Wine country
Medford, OR (MFR-Medford-Jackson County) 8 miles
Jacksonville, a national landmark city,is located 6 miles west of Medford, Oregon. Traveling north on I-5, take exit 27. Head west on Stewart and follow signs to Jacksonville. Traveling south on I-5, take exit 30, follow highway 238 to Jacksonville.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Mount Ashland Ski Area, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Britt Music Festival, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon Caves National Monument, Jacksonville National Historic Landmark, Performing Theater, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Outdoor cedar barrel sauna, Guest computer exclusively for guest use, Guest refrigerator on each floor, Cruelty-free luxury bath amenities, High thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, Luxurious robes and Egyptian cotton towels
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Bocce Ball - on site, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Whitewater Rafting
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Can accommodate gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan