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Coolidge House is brimming with elegance, romance and charm

Just two blocks from downtown Ashland and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Coolidge House is a striking 1875 Victorian brimming with elegance, romance, and charm.

In 1875, Orlando Coolidge was the first nurseryman in Ashland. He built an elegant Italianate Victorian home for his family overlooking North Main Street just  two blocks from the bustling downtown plaza. Now more than 130 years later, his stately home still stands proudly and we  would love to share it with you. Their restored Victorian offers 4 suites in the main house, each with its own private bath and sitting room, a separate cottage nestled in the garden, and a spacious suite on the top floor of the newer Victorian replica in the back of the property.

Guests are served a delicious gourmet breakfast in either our cozy dining room or in our delightful garden setting before exploring all that Ashland has to offer. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Lithia Park, and our eclectic downtown shops are all just a short two block walk from the Coolidge House. You may choose to  spend some time reading on the front porch or relaxing in the courtyard, or gazing at the view of the town and the Cascade mountains from our upper balcony. Free wireless internet is available from anywhere on our property. Afternoon wine is served June through October in the Dining Room at about the time afternoon plays let out.

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