Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great location, quaint older motel with upgradesPosted Nov 5, 2013
Pros: Location, ambiance, staff
Cons: Restoration and true modernization of facilities
Location: It is within easy walking distance of downtown Ashland, the Shakespeare Festival, world class Lithia park and the quaint downtown area
In room gas heater bothered partner with respiratory problems. Bath and kitchenette just adequate. This is a great place for a younger couple on a budget who could more easily cope with lower end creature comforts
for Everyoneby Bruce from Sydney Australia
A very ordinary hotel in an extraordinary cityPosted Oct 4, 2013
Pros: Close to town
Cons: Ambience, improve access to bathroom facilities. Change advertising to accurately reflect the nature of the hotel. Buy some new beds, please!
Location: Ashland is an amazing town full of wonderful things to do. Just remember to take your winter woollies and raincoat if you are going to the Theatre!
It's always hard to select a hotel over the internet, and I suppose you take your chances. The description on the ad of the hotel as being a 'quaint '40s style place is perhaps a little misleading. The hotel rooms were neat, clean and tidy, with all the basics you would require for a short stay, but really not what we were expecting. In reality the standard of the place was reflected in the price, but perhaps even that may have been a bit high. The toilet was placed in a small alcove in the bathroom, which was so narrow that I could barely access the facility.
for Everyoneby Hiker from Corvallis, OR
Hello 1930's Motor InnPosted Aug 15, 2013
Pros: Owners were friendly. Price was competitive for the area. Several picnic tables and benches were inviting, at least from where I stood.
Cons: Scrub the shower tiles more often. Nothing could help the cramped bathroom other than a major remodel.
Location: All facilities in Ashland are a short drive to theaters, wineries, and restaurants. This one is too far for most walkers.
I liked the owners, nice and friendly. Main room was clean (old carpet), roomy, looked like fresh paint, nice pictures. Kitchen furniture was bright and nice, appliances were thrift shop looking, dishes, etc. looked o.k., but we only used the wine glasses. Bathroom was a joke, really, we laughed. The room was about 5-feet x 6-feet, the bulk of it a shower cubicle with somewhat moldy tile. Between the shower wall and the room wall was a toilet, new and clean, but barely fitting into the 22-inch wide space. They must look at the customers before they assign this unit (#2). A lot of people in my extended family would not fit. I had problems with my shoulders and elbows. There was an electric outlet in the bathroom (re: a previous review we read), but it is in the over-the-sink light fixture. The closet opening and interior doors were 24-inches wide. The garages (yes there were garages in the old structure, but not for today's vehicles) were also very narrow, but probably very spiffy for their day. Just for storage use today, I suppose.
for Everyoneby Mark from Vancouver, WA
Quiet, small motelPosted Aug 7, 2013
Pros: I like the small scale of the property and quaint character of the units.
Location: It is a short drive (or somewhat long walk) to the center of Ashland action. There is a very good restaurant just a couple blocks away.
The staff is extremely friendly but unobtrusive. This is an old-style motor-hotel with a limited number of units. It is quiet since every unit is separated from the next by what looks to be a former garage - that means you don't hear sounds from the adjacent rooms. The rooms are somewhat small and basic, in keeping with its rates, but serviceable. The rooms are clean and quaint, maintaining their character of a former age. Don't expect to find luxury and amenities of an upscale hotel.
for Everyoneby Kk
Within Walking distance to Plaza.Posted Jul 25, 2013
Pros: The price.
Cons: Cleanliness , amenities. It came with the bare minimum.
Location: 6-7 blocks walk into town. Pleasant if it's spring or fall But uncomfortable walk in 100 degree weather.
Very dated, older hotel. Functional but not luxurious . 7 blocks walk into town. Stayed 4 nights, but had coffee/cream for only 2 mornings. Ok if you are just Wanting a place to sleep.
for Everyoneby Julie from Folsom, CA
Quite and quaint motelPosted Jul 20, 2013
Pros: extremely quite, not crowded, relaxing. you feel like you are at home rather than a hotel.
Cons: update the kitchen and bathroom
Location: walk to downtown Big Al's next door for burgers and mexican food can access the freeway easily
We enjoyed our stay at the Manor Motel. Since it is a small motel with only 12 single level units it was very quite and relaxing. We never heard another guest. We stayed in room #6 towards the back of the complex. The room was nice, clean and comfortable. The bathroom and kitchen could use a little updating. Although the motel is not directly downtown it is only a few bocks away and you still can walk to downtown. There is a burger joint next door and a mini market about two blocks away. I would definitely recommend staying here to a friend.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sacramento, CA
Very cute and a little bit Retro.Posted Jun 11, 2013
Pros: Website. Expedia.com.
Cons: Add more outlets and a microwave. Cut back some of the trees around the sign so you can see it from the road.
Location: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, cute shops and eateries nearby but NOT within walking distance.
Very cute and quaint place. Clean and nice room, very comfortable. It was a hige space that I wasn't expecting and it has a mini-fridge. Cons: no outlets in the bathroom or near mirrors so it makes it difficult to do your hair (this applies mostly to ladies). I would also suggest a microwave since there is also a mini-fridge.