Built-in 1900 and originally known as The Peerless Rooms, The Peerless Hotel in Ashland Oregon has been lovingly restored and is included in the National Register of Historic Places and is featured in the Best Selling Books “1,000 Places To See Before You Die” & Best Places To Kiss In The Northwest”. We pride ourselves on offering our guests the privacy and elegance of a Boutique Inn with the friendly personalized service of a Bed & Breakfast. The Inn is conveniently located on 4th Street in Ashland’s Historic Railroad District, just three blocks to downtown and six blocks to the world-famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival and perfect basecamp for “Crater Lake Country”… It’s an easy walk to many shops, boutiques, art galleries, and day spas.
Just a garden apart from the hotel is one of Southern Oregon’s premier dining destinations The Peerless Restaurant & Bar.
“Soak in Victorian elegance at The Peerless on 4th. Built in 1900, the cozy property (just four guest rooms and two suites) has been impeccably restored using period-appropriate design elements—lace curtains, brass lamps, four-poster beds, and claw-foot tubs—alongside modern touches like Frette linens and Pharmacopia organic bath products. Request Suite 3 for a playful front-parlor feel—floral wallpaper, framed prints, overstuffed furniture—or the more glamorous Suite 7, with potted palms, a two-person Jacuzzi, and a view of the mountains from the private balcony.”
~Mary Mann, New York Magazine
“Of Ashland’s dozens of historic B&Bs and small inns, the Peerless Hotel is a favorite. Built in 1900 as a railroad workers’ boarding house, the beautifully updated Peerless now offers tastefully appointed rooms with luxurious comforts.”
~ 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, by Patricia Schultz