Housed in one of gold-rush Jacksonville's early permanent structures, the Jacksonville Inn perpetuates the nostalgic romances of that era. Built in 1861, the walls of the dining area and lounge were built of locally quarried sandstone, and specks of gold are still visible in the mortar. The town is the first in America to be named a National Historic Landmark, and Jacksonville has preserved its 19th Century charm.  Located in the heart of this national landmark town, The Inn is an elegant historic Jacksonville, Oregon bed and breakfast, featuring luxurious Honeymoon Cottages. Gerry Frank of the Portland Oregonian named the Inn as the "Most Romantic" lodging in Oregon. As one of Oregon's most acclaimed restaurants and fine dining establishments, it received the Medford Mail Tribune's "Readers' Choice Award" for five consecutive years as "Best Restaurant." The Wine and Gift Shop has over 2,000 wines and received Wine Spectator magazine's "Best of Award of Excellence," one of 600 in the world.

Historic Hotel Rooms

Eight gracious and elegant hotel rooms, each furnished with authentic western antiques, have been professionally decorated to bring the warmth of modern color while maintaining the distinctive decor of the past. A one-of-a-kind bed and breakfast experience.


Cottage B&B Suites

A small historic home within two blocks of The Inn was purchased and restored as a Honeymoon cottage. Three additional cottages, replicated in design were built next door. They are popular for their privacy and luxury bed and breakfast feel.



From a rich theater experience to outdoor adventures, the Jacksonville, OR area offers visitors a place to explore! Enjoy attractions such as Crater Lake National Park, miles of local hiking trails, 23 wineries within a short drive, Oregon Caves or river Jet Boat tours. Culture seekers will find arts, theater and world-class musicians and venues, all in an intimate setting at the Britt Festivals, a short walk away. read more

Applegate Valley Wine Trail

The beautiful Applegate Valley Wine Trail covers 50 miles from the coast to the Rogue River in southern Oregon. Learn More about this