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Ashland, OR B&B recommendation?

Merle | Mar 5, 200506:06 PM     3

Looking for a bed and breakfast in Ashland for a few weekday nights next week or the following, and I was wondering if anyone had recommendations for one. Hopefully <$150 a night.

I don't need anything incredibly fancy, just good. I've stayed in B&Bs where the owner thought themselves great cooks, but their fare (although it looked fancy and used esoteric ingredients) was not as good as I get at home. If the food is not going to be good, I'd rather stay in a hotel and find my own breakfast.

Usually I just pick one of the two or three B&Bs in the city I'm going to. Unfortunately, Ashland seems to have fifty or so of them...

Thanks!

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