Built in 1852, the Mountain House greeted the wagon trains of the pioneers, and served travelers all the way through the stagecoach era. But being historically significant doesn’t necessarily mean ending up stiff and stuffy.
Instead, the Mountain House remains a place of graceful proportions, rich color and natural light. The head-to-toe restoration we completed in 2005 carefully preserved the original craftsmanship while integrating essentials like private bathrooms, high-efficiency HVAC, and in-room satellite TVs.
The buildings are furnished with an easy-going mix of antiques and contemporary pieces, with lots of comfortable seating and handwoven rugs. Historic maps, photos, and engravings tell the story of Oregon’s settlement and the evolution of the Mountain House property itself.
Come to a small country inn with a long tradition of hospitality. First a gold rush inn, then a stagecoach stop, the Ashland Mountain House is now a B&B that is luxurious, low key, calm, and private. Relax in the quiet of six acres of beautiful hillside just ten minutes from Ashland. And learn for yourself why Frommer's Oregon ('08) rates this as one of Oregon's ten Best B&Bs.