An Ashland landmark in the Railroad district. Richly decorated, beautifully apportioned, and in an exceptionally quiet neighborhood within walking distance of everything Ashland has to offer.
Set in a former boarding house for railroad workers, this red brick hotel dates from 1900. It's a 6-minute walk from the shops and restaurants of Downtown, and half a mile from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
The warm, individually decorated rooms and suites feature antiques and come with minifridges and Wi-Fi. Some quarters have private balconies, whirlpool tubs, and/or claw-foot baths. Call or book online today.
I didn’t realize I was about to stay in a 110-year-old historic building till I was there. The preservation was mind-blowing. I loved the window frames and decor. However, it would have been good to have an on-site host to take care of things.
Response from the owner. February 2022
Thank you for the great review, Gaurav. We're happy we could host your stay at the Peerless Hotel.
We were driving home to California from Seattle and booked a one-night stay here. I got excited when I saw the hotel on the listing. Coming from the bay area and visiting the Winchester Mystery house several times growing up, this place reminded me of WMC. Our room didn't disappoint. It was so cool and well-decorated.
We stayed in suite 3 which had 2 claw foot tubs. The whole hotel was quirky, fun, and eccentric!
I wasn't prepared for the narrow steep staircase up to our room or the fact that there was no front desk person to check us in. The lack of people and the quietness added to the ghostly/historic feel.
I would stay here again but either stay on the bottom floor or only bring a small weekend bag as climbing the stairs with anything larger is rather difficult.
From reading previous reviews, It seems there used to be more amenities provided with a stay here. Those would have made the stay extra special.
Response from the owner
Thank you for the great review Danika. We appreciate your feedback on the Peerless Hotel in Ashland :)
The place is quirky and in general a fun place to stay. The check-in/out is a fully automated process and we did not see a soul during our one-night stay in that hotel.
We stayed in room 7 and it is beautifully equipped. Unfortunately, our box spring was broken, and because this is a fully automated process, we had to call a number to talk to someone about this.
I hope we were just unfortunate with the broken box spring and that the unstaffed lobby is a temporary thing due to covid.
A staffed lobby would have been helpful for our predicament, but also, the flair of this place would certainly thrive on it. It deserves great reviews. A lot of detail went into this place. So maybe we will give it another chance next time we are in Ashland.
Response from the owner. October 2022
Thank you for the feedback on your stay at the Peerless. We appreciate hearing from you. We hope to host for you again in the future :)