Peerless Hotel ~ Guest Room 1 ~ Downtown Ashland243 4th St, Ashland, OR 97520, USA
The Peerless welcomes you with old world charm. Deep rich colors and a variety of textures blend with a trompe l’oeil garden and exposed brick walls. This handicapped accessible room features a queen antique walnut bed & matching dresser, two-person shower, comfortable bath robes, a small refrigerator great for leftovers from your favorite restaurant, a small couch perfect for catching up on your latest book or checking emails, and lots of space to spread out and relax.
The beautiful colors and brick wall with large vintage furniture bring a luxurious feel to the space. Perfect for a cozy getaway or peaceful time to reflect and enjoy the Ashland scenery. This Historic Hotel has been a part of the town culture and character for many years. Each room is decorated to reflect a valley full of Theater and dreams. Enjoy a local glass of wine or coffee in your sitting area next to a cultured stain glass lamp. A sweet armoire closet for your belongings and extra storage.
You will have more restaurants and winery choices than you ever imagined. The theater awaits your presence in our travel centric town. Your room will be walking distance or a very short drive from many amenities the town has to offer. Lithia Park and the downtown shopping area is the perfect pedestrian friendly spot for exploring. If you’re in town for the Holidays, Ashland celebrates with festive Winter lighting, bright star filled nights and fresh roasted coffees. Mt. Ashland watches over the town with happy skiers in the Winter and hikers in the Summer. The location of the Peerless Hotel is perfection.
About This Listing
The Peerless Rooms Building was built in 1904 by Oscar and Lucinda Ganiard, who built many commercial buildings in Ashland, including the Ganiard Opera House. Long used for lodging in the railroad district (and known as “The Ganiard Building”), the vernacular “brick front” commercial style building is typical of the once prevalent rooming houses developed to serve the working-class men and women drawn to Ashland in the early years of the 20th century.
It was under the ownership of Sarah Meekly that the building received the name, “Peerless Rooms,” in 1910. A significant element of the building is the sign painted on the brick proclaiming “Peerless Rooms” (probably dating from around 1915) with an early “Coca-Cola” advertisement.
The Historic Peerless Hotel boasts many vibrant rooms and is part of the heart and soul of downtown Ashland.
All rooms have keyless entry. Guests will be emailed check in information, including door codes prior to arrival.
Other Things to Note
The Peerless Restaurant and Bar offers award winning wines and global flavors.
There is a Tesla double charger on site for reserving guests only.
- Guests: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Beds: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Type: Entire home/apt / Apartment
- Air conditioning
- Bed linens
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Cleaning Disinfection
- Enhanced cleaning practices
- Free parking on street
- Hair dryer
- High touch surfaces disinfected
- Hot water
- Laptop friendly workspace
- Mountain view
- Path to entrance lit at night
- Private entrance
- Smoke detector
- Towels provided
- Wheelchair accessible
- Wide clearance to shower and toilet
- Wide hallway clearance
- Wireless Internet
Terms & rules
- Smoking allowed: No