This Oregon Bed & Breakfast Built In 1883 Offers A Shakespeare Festival Headquarters To Guests
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Looking for a bed and breakfast near the Oregon Shakespeare Festival? The McCall House Boutique Inn is practically on the stage in Ashland, where the event runs through mid-October. Built in 1883, the McCall House has some original furnishings, amid modern upgrades. The Victorian inn markets itself for “historic hospitality” and “landmark luxury” in a downtown setting that’s both a destination and a gateway. In addition to the traditional breakfast, the inn offers specialty luxury packages for picnics, birthday and romance.
You can park at the inn and walk to Ashland’s downtown sites such as the theater and Lithia Park, then travel to Crater Lake National Park (88 miles away) or visit some nearby hiking trails and wineries. The McCall House website is loaded with information about the southern Oregon area and the inn’s Facebook page has hundreds of photos. And there’s certainly a lot to experience in the eccentric town of Ashland.