Hotel Year Built 1985 Year Remodeled 2000 Additional Property Description Stay at this Ashland, Oregon hotel offering convenient access to the Shakespeare Festival, Southern Oregon University and the Mount Ashland Ski Resort. Conveniently located right off the Interstate 5 in Southern Oregon, the BEST WESTERN Windsor Inn offers comfortable accommodations, full service amenities and unbeatable customer service at an affordable price. This Ashland hotel boasts 91 recently remodeled guest rooms including suites and Jacuzzi rooms. Each room features cable television and high speed Internet access for guests convenience. Enjoy an array of amenities including a delicious complimentary full breakfast, the largest outdoor swimming pool in Southern Oregon, year round outdoor hot tub, exercise facility, limited business services and meeting facilities accommodating up to 250 guests. Pets are welcome.The BEST WESTERN Windsor Inn is only about a five minute drive from downtown Ashland, which offers a variety of shops and restaurants. The BEST WESTERN Windsor Inn is the perfect way to enjoy a quiet and relaxing stay in Ashland. We are far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Ashlands downtown area but still conveniently located to the best Ashland has to offer. Relax outside among the rose gardens and enjoy the views of the surrounding Ashland Hills and Siskiyou mountains. See a Shakespearean play at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the largest rotating repertoire theater, or spend the afternoon at Lithia Park walking the many trails. During the summer months enjoy rafting down the Rogue River, while in the winter Mount Ashland offers fantastic skiing. Other nearby attractions include Southern Oregon University, Emigrant Lake and historic Jacksonville, Oregon. The friendly, helpful staff at the BEST WESTERN Windsor Inn is
A stay at Ashland Hills Hotel places you in the heart of Ashland, convenient to ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum and Schneider Museum of Art. This hotel is within close proximity of Elizabethan Stage - Allen Pavilion and New Theater.
Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and wake-up calls.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as a fitness facility and bicycles to rent. Additional amenities include wireless Internet access (surcharge) and tour/ticket assistance.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, and air conditioning in public areas. Free parking is available onsite.
Answering The Sacred helps professionals honor both their professional and personal life; their business and their relationships with classes, resources and coaching to clear out blocks, expose solutions and transform anything that might be getting in your way.
A girl stands frozen at the edge of a cliff 35 feet above the Klamath River. A group of friends, each of whom has already made the exhilarating plunge into the water, shouts words of encouragement. Slowly, the girl releases her fear and jumps from the cliff's edge, spending a few seconds in midair before splashing safely into the river and experiencing a feeling of great peace and accomplishment.For the staff of Kidder Creek Rafting Trips, it has been a decades-long journey in their effort to bring moments like these to life. In 1976, Richard Jones founded the nonprofit Christian organization, setting up shop in Scott Valley amid the Marble Mountain Wilderness region. Initially a horse camp, the organization grew over the years to include more adventurous activities such as rock climbing or the less-popular rock leaning. Despite the growth, the business has always retained its primary focus: to help young people step out of their comfort zones, experience new things, and grow in their faith. More than 35 years later, the horse camp still welcomes kids into its classrooms, onto its trails, and into the arena to practice horse gymnastics. Rafting guides, all of whom have completed Kidder Creek's guide program, lead exhibitions down the Klamath River's scenic waters, which are sprinkled with class III and IV rapids. These experts occasionally pause to play rafting games, hike to waterfalls, and exchange family photos with Bigfoot while encouraging others to try new things.
Over the course of three days, yogis and laypersons alike gather at Jackson WellSprings in the peaceful pursuit of community and individual prana, or life force. Surrounded by the 30-acre campus—a botanical garden situated around a natural hot spring and founded in 1862 as a refuge for healing—guests soak up a host of healing activities. At four stages, musicians lead communal singing, or kirtan, during sets that range from call-and-response chants to energetic electronica to a performance by Jai Uttal, a Grammy-nominated guitarist.
Throughout the day, attendees can clean out their chakras during myriad yoga sessions led by top-shelf yogis or dive headlong into meditation at the tipis in Heart Chakra Healing Village.