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Set in Jacksonville, McCully House Inn has a garden. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. Some units at the property include a patio with a garden view. welcoming, friendly staff, fantastic location, beautiful property and rooms. Super comfy beds.
Located in Jacksonville, 18 miles from Oregon Shakespeare Festival and 18 miles from Oregon Cabaret Theatre, Safari Cottage offers air conditioning. Very cute little studio condo, very close to Jacksonville downtown. Walking distance to the Britt, walking trails and Ray's Market. (grocery) We would DEFINTELY stay again. Nice little kitchen that is reasonably stocked with the basic dishes and kitchenware. you can actually cook a meal, with a microwave, a small refrigerator, a large toaster oven and a ceramic portable cook top (2 burner!) Large flat-screen TV which we could actually "cast to" with IPAD!!! Adequate comfy bed, *** (see changes I would make.) Easy secure locking front door with a security code so you do not need a key. Parking in an assigned guest lot behind building. washer and dryer. Cute "themed" decor.(our studio had an African safari theme.) Nice shower (good water pressure and well adequate hot water) in the bathroom with built in shampoo/conditioner/shower gel dispenser, good sized towels (and several sets of towels if you are staying for awhile!), bathroom vanity with drawers for storing your toiletries. counter-top height stools for dining.
Offering city views, Hummingbird Estate in Central Point has accommodations, a garden, a shared lounge, a terrace and a bar. The bed and breakfast features both WiFi and private parking free of... The breakfast was delicious, and brought to the suite. The entire property was beautiful.
Jacksonville is a lovely town to walk through with great history and restored buildings. It's quiet in the off season and when the weather is good there are many outdoor activities and music festivals to enjoy.
The best part of my stay, this time, I was sitting in my car at the park on East F St having my coffee and breakfast from Pony Espresso and watching 4 does with their fawns playing in the yard across the creek. They were running and hopping around. One mom and baby were even playing hide and seek. What a wonderful site and a wonderful start of a day! To end my previous day I ate at Back Porch BBQ. I've eaten there many times and you do not leave hungry and the food is great. Be sure to leave room for desserts. I'm not a Britt person so I like to be in Jacksonville during off season and go driving on the back roads out of J'ville. There are some gorgeous areas to see and experience.
Jacksonville is great alternative to staying in Ashland. It’s smaller and quieter, and not too far away. There is a good bar-b-q place there, and the Britt Festival, a small dog park, and hiking around the Britt amphitheater.
A charming town about 15 minutes from Grant's Pass and a good alternative to that town. The BackPoarch is a great venue for meat-eaters; the ribs fell off the bone and were among the best I have ever eaten. It is about three blocks from where we stayed.
The most beautiful part of Jacksonville is Applegate Community Church, such a special, beautiful, anointed campus, such a beautiful morning for us. We can't wait to come back in the spring and summer and be blessed again.
This charming town was full of opportunities to enjoy a great meal, shop in the local boutiques, and is close to several wineries. Everything is very walk-able and the people are very friendly and accommodating. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Jacksonville.
The location could not be better as it is right in town and just across the street from the best coffee in Jacksonville. The room was very clean and well stocked. And the shower was great!
we love this hotel, always we have time off we came here to relax, unfortunately this time there weren’t available any suit which it’s the one we normally booked