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The Hersey House Inn
The Hersey House Inn was built
in 1904 for William and Ella Breeden. In 1916, James and Carrie
Hersey purchased the house, and five generations of their family
lived here until it was sold in 1974. It was restored and converted
into a bed & breakfast in 1983. The Olde Globe Cottage, built
in the 1940s, was remodeled in 2005 and accommodates groups of
up to six, making it possible for families with children of all
ages to enjoy everything Ashland, Oregon has to offer.
The morning sun warms the front
porch on the main house inviting you to read, write postcards
or play a friendly game from our guest library. At sunset it’s
the perfect spot to watch the light play on the hills across the
Rogue Valley. Our deck at the side of the house is shaded by an
ancient sycamore tree where you can enjoy a picnic lunch or take
an afternoon nap.
Our award-winning gardens are
filled with color most of the year, from March when the plum tree
is in full bloom, through September when the Concord grapes are
ripening and the colors and fragrances are deep and rich.
Hersey House is located in Ashland’s
Historic District, a short walk from the Plaza, the Oregon
Shakespeare Festival and beautiful Lithia Park