Historic Rooms

Whether you’re visiting Jacksonville for business or simply enjoying the sights and flavors, our boutique hotel offers 8 unique rooms. In-room design elements include natural light, plush bedding, and textural pops of 19th-century design with modern touches that bring a cozy depth to each room.

About Peter Britt:

He came to Jacksonville from Switzerland via Illinois in 1862. He was the first to photograph Crater Lake. The premier summer outdoor music theater, The Britt Music & Arts Festival, is named in his honor and is held on land once owned by him.

Room 1 at The Inn:

  • Private Bath & Spa Tub for Two
  • Queen Canopy Bed
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • Air Conditioning, Refrigerator
  • WIFI
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

About Vance Colvig:

He was better known as Bozo the Clown and by his nickname, “Pinto.” The son of Judge Colvig, he became famous in 1922 in Hollywood as a comedian and writer. He was the voice for “Grumpy” and Sleepy” in Walt Disney’s Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs.
Features of Room 2 The Vance Debor Colvig Room

Room 2 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed with Large Private Bath
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

About Gin Lin:

As a successful Chinese mining boss with claims along the Applegate Valley, Gin Lin ultimately deposited a million dollars’ worth of gold dust in the Jacksonville Bank. Despite prejudices, he and the other Chinese miners were considered to be very thorough miners.

Room 3 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed with Private Bath
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

About Patrick Ryan:

PJ Ryan purchased the land on which the Jacksonville Inn stands in 1860. All buildings had to be constructed with stone or brick. Ryan completed the construction of the original building 1861 and rented spaces to town merchants.

Room 4 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed
  • Private Bath Steam Shower
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

Room 5 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed with Private Bath
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

About Madame de Reboam-Holt:

Madame operated a boarding house. After the U. S. Hotel burned, she bought the lot and struck a deal with builder George Holt. If he would build her a hotel, she would share his bed and provide his board for the rest of his life. He finished the hotel in 1881, and her most famous guest was President Rutherford B. Hayes.

Room 6 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed with Private Bath
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

About Reverend Blanchet:

He was the third Reverend at St. Joseph’s Parish and formed St. Mary’s Academy in 1865 where Peter Britt sent his daughter as a boarding student. He was the only Clergyman to aid the community during the smallpox epidemic.

Room 7 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed with Private Bath
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking

About CC Beekman:

He came West from New York in search of gold in Yreka and became an Express Agent, traveling periodically to Jacksonville, where he ultimately was hired by Wells Fargo Bank. Later, he opened his own bank, which closed in May 1915 after his death and remains today as it was left.

Room 8 at The Inn:

  • Queen-sized Bed with Private Bath
  • HD flat-screen TV, Phone
  • WIFI
  • Air Conditioning; Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board
  • Off-Street Free Parking