Experience European hospitality at our charming Bed and Breakfast Inn located in Ashland, Oregon, home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Our Inn offers five guest rooms, and an attached but private cottage “La Petite Maison”, all with private bathrooms. A full sumptuous gourmet breakfast that includes dishes such as Italian Frittata, Decadent French Toast Soufflé accompanied with fresh fruit, fresh squeezed orange juice, is served in the dining room at Nine A.M. On warm summer mornings, the back deck provides a pleasant alternative to dining indoors. To start your day, enjoy a cup of Good Bean sourced from our local roaster available at eight am. on the buffet. A two course gourmet breakfast is served at nine am. We are happy to accommodate special diets as our abilities permit! For those who need to be underway early, we are (with just a tiny of a bit of advance warning) glad to prepare an early continental breakfast. At four pm. every afternoon, “tea” is served with delicious home made cakes, cookies and refreshments. We are dedicated to providing our guests with an elegant and luxurious B&B experience. Located adjacent to the historic Railroad district on a side street four blocks from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Blue Moon Bed and Breakfast offers escape from busy downtown Ashland, yet is only a five minute walk to dining, shopping and the theatres . This restored 1890's farmhouse is an ideal temporary home for visitors to the stunning Pacific Northwest.
4.6 on October 29, 2017
This was our second stay at Blue Moon, a favorite when visiting Ashland. Close to the theaters but away from the noise. Julie and Jean-Pierre really made us feel at home and served up sumptuous breakfasts and treats throughout the day. Our room "Sunset" was spacious, clean and comfortable. We certainly recommend Blue Moon.
5 on October 24, 2017
I was referred to the Blue Moon by friends that go to Ashland every year. It was perfect! The food was amazing each morning along with afternoon "treats". I particularly enjoyed that it was off the main path, which meant it was very quiet, yet extremely easy to walk or drive back into the main part of town. It will be my preferred location to stay for future visits to Ashland!
650 sqf cottage with separate bedroom with 1 queen size bed; cathereal ceiling; 1 living room/kitchen with a double size futon. Separate bathroom with shower/tub combo. A/C; ceiling fan. Private deck. 2 separate private entrance.
Medford, OR (MFR-Medford-Jackson County) 12 miles
From The South: As you travel north on Interstate 5, take Exit 14. Turn left at the Stop and travel west on Ashland Street to a sort of "T" at Siskiyou Boulevard, where you’ll really just merge; follow the merge and travel Northwest. As you enter Ashland's downtown, Siskiyou veers right and becomes Lithia Way (one way). As Lithia Way ends (at Main Street), turn right at Helman. We are on the corner at the second Stop sign. Turn right onto Hersey Street and the first driveway on your left is our parking area. From The North: As you travel South from Medford on Interstate 5, take Exit 19. Turn right at the Stop. Take Valley View a short distance to Highway 99 and turn left. Travel Southeast until you begin to enter the residential area. Look for a Drive-in called “Big Al’s” (pretty good greasy burgers) take a left at the next street, Hersey Street. Follow Hersey to the second stop sign and Blue Moon is on your left at the corner. To Park, continue on Hersey to the next driveway.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Lake, Movie Theater, Nature area, Night life, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Performing Theater, River, University, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Library, Parking, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer
Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Theatre, Whitewater Rafting
Julie and Jean-Pierre Langlade
We both love to cook, it is our passion. We are also avid gardeners with lots of ideas for adding new landscaping to the Inn. Jean-Pierre was born in Paris France and speaks French fluently he is always eager to converse with french speaking guests.