Ratings based on 117 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 out of 5
94% of guests recommend
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Redmond, Washington

Sometimes the middle of nowhere is nice!

Posted Sep 1, 2014
Pros: Food, setting, scenery.
Cons: The air conditioning was noisy, but they did tell us that they had better rooms.
Location: In the mountains, 30 minutes from Ashland, Oregon. There you can find the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and nearby is the Rogue River.
We picked this place as a remote stay while in Ashland, OR for the Shakespeare Festival. The hotel itself was about a 30 minute drive from downtown and it was very remote. It was really too remote for the purpose, since we didn't get out of Wednesday evening's play until about 10:30pm, but that's not the hotel's fault. Tuesday night we were coming in from another part of Oregon and did not have a play to see first, so it was much nicer. The room furniture was very obviously from IKEA (we recognized the Poang's and the Hol), but it was pretty new, and if they can give that new feel and replace the stuff every few years then that's okay. Especially compared to some of the beachfront places we've stayed at where they haven't bothered to replace the furniture in about 50 years. The food was excellent - some of the best Carbonara I've ever had - perhaps too much bacon if that's even possible! The restaurant service was good but not great. They did tell us that they had better rooms than what we got, so if we avoided certain travel websites and went directly to them we'd have been even happier. They even went out of their way as we were checking out - I'd lost a bolt on my front license plate and was afraid I'd lose the whole thing - they found an adjustable wrench and a screwdriver so I could remove it and keep it safe.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Sacramento

Not really anywhere near Ashland

Posted Aug 30, 2014
Pros: Pet-friendly--good restaurant.
Cons: It should be explicitly understood that this is NO WHERE NEAR Ashland.
We were on the road from Washington back home to Sacramento. We decided to stay in Ashland. I knew that this hotel was not right on the highway but BEWARE it is up 16 miles of windy curvy mountain road that should NEVER be attempted in the dark! The room was ok--no phone or TV and the internet connection didn't work. The restaurant food was good and our room was pet-friendly.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Klamath Falls oregon

A get away that was truly what we needed,

Posted Aug 14, 2014
Relaxing a very peaceful setting , in the woods with privacy. The deer came by every day.
5 out of 5
for Families
by A verified traveler

Wonderful off the beaten track lodging.

Posted Jul 18, 2014
Pros: Privacy, comfort, well-decorated, very comfortable bed.
I was looking for a one night lodging on our trip back to San Francisco. Found Green Springs Inn & Cabins and took a chance. What a wonderful place!!! The cabin was lovely, nice towels and bathrobes, terrific deck to enjoy our morning coffee, very private. Restaurant was good. People were fabulous. We will definitely go back.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Date Rooms -- Cabins Are Nice

Posted Jul 11, 2014
Pros: The restaurant. Private cabin which a friend stayed in had great views and was very comfortable -- way better than the rooms.
Cons: Already stated.
Location: It's a bit isolated -- there is a recreational area across the way.
We stayed in a room which was a blast from the past. There is a very windy road to Ashland so coming back after the plays was not the greatest. However, the people there are very nice and the restaurant is very good.
4 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from S Wales, UK

Great mountain lodge!!

Posted Jul 10, 2014
Pros: Room was unexpectedly more plush than anticipated for a mountain lodge.
Cons: From our one night there is nothing I can think of that would have improved our stay. Everything was there that was required.
Location: Only stayed over night but looked like a fab place to hike and have a great mountain retreat.
Only stayed for one night but would have loved to stay longer once we had seen the accommodation and location. Staff very helpful and prepared a packed breakfast on request as we were leaving early the next morning. Would definitely stay again if we are ever in Oregon in the future !!
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Tacoma, WA

Pleasant Lodge environment.

Posted Jul 9, 2014
Warm, clean, inviting room, in rustic locale. I initially booked the room because (I thought) something on the website said it was only 15 min away from the Ashland theatres. Actually it is at least a half hour up a winding road. I had dinner at their restraunt which was excellent. I was disappointed that the dining room did not open until 9 am for breakfast, and I had to be on my way. I was suprised there was no TV in the room, after seeing satelite dishes on the property. But I didn't miss it.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by Steven from Windsor CA

A place in the wood

Posted Jun 19, 2014
Pros: Its remote nature, rustic feel and super friendly staff.
Cons: for me - nothing.
It was a little further out than I thought and on top of the mountain. So happy I stayed there though and would stay again for sure. It is a rustic cabin set up but the rooms are super clean and very comfy (no TV). It made it for me when I saw the coffee in the room was fresh ground rather than those sterile tasteless packets you often get. This is no four star hotel with all amenities but they have WiFi (free) and it is quiet and out of the way. The onsite restaurant was great with fresh cooked meals that are on the huge side especially the breakfasts (worth a trip just for this). Staff super friendly - What more can be said.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by V from San Francisco

Beautiful escape away from city life

Posted Jun 15, 2014
Pros: Access to hiking trails, family owned, great service, closeness to Ashland (~18 miles)
Location: Ashland: Shakespeare Festival. Crater Lake.
I had a wonderful stay here while on my roadtrip up North. The hotel is isolated from city life and tucked away in a dense forest area. Beautiful trails are only a drive away. Beautiful morning walk along a trail behind the hotel. Restaurant had surprisingly GREAT food. Pasta carbonara was on point. Delicious cobb salad. Yummy garlic and feta cheese fries. Staff was very helpful. Room decor is Ikea and comfortable. No tvs in rooms but you can check out a portable dvd player and browse the large dvd collection in the restaurant. I would recommend if you are looking for a quiet, peaceful escape from city life.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by devon from Tacoma, WA

Great hotel in a beautiful location.

Posted Jun 13, 2014
The staff was really friendly and the food was amazing. Seriously top notch breakfast. The drive up the mountain was so picturesque. The room was very clean and comfortable with a focus on being green, which is important to me.