Romantic dinner at Jacksonville Hotel. Photo © Nancy D. Brown
Jacksonville Inn Dinner House Lounge
Be sure to make a reservation at either the main restaurant or the more casual Bistro. We dined at both places and were pleased with each experience. I ordered the lamb chops for dinner and my husband was impressed with the large wine selection. Try a local wine from the Applegate Valley to pair with your meal and don’t forget to save room for the Inn-made desserts – they are tasty!
Need to know:
The entire inn offers free Wi-Fi access, as do guest cottages. All honeymoon cottages include whirlpool tubs, steam showers, fireplaces, wet bars and king-sized beds. The cottages share a garden gazebo for intimate weddings. We stayed in the Robbie Collins Cottage which rented for $270 plus tax during the winter season. Rooms range from $159-$465 for the Presidential Cottage, depending on room and time of year. All rooms are non smoking and several accept pets with a $25 pet fee. Check the website for special pricing and Britt Festival packages.
Check-in time: 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Check-out time: 11:30 a.m.
To compliment the restaurant’s award-winning wine list, Jacksonville Inn boasts a wine shop within the hotel with over 2,000 bottles of wine. The shop is an easy way to explore the Applegate Valley wine region without getting behind the wheel of your car. Wine tasting is not just for hotel guests, The Inn offers 16 local wines by the glass. For additional insider tips follow luxury travel writer Nancy D. Brown on Twitter @nancydbrown and friend Jacksonville Inn on Facebook. The bed and breakfast is a member of Unique Inns. For additional things to do in Southern Oregon visit this website.
If You Go:
175 East California
Jacksonville, Oregon 97530
Jacksonville Inn bed & breakfast review, all photography and YouTube video by travel writer Nancy D. Brown. I was a guest of Jacksonville Inn for first-hand review purposes, however all opinions are my own.