The RedTail Inn was built in 1890 as an estate farmhouse and was originally situated on a number of acres of land at what was then the edge of town.
The RedTail Inn provides luxury accommodations just one block from all the best restaurants and shops in Ashland and only four blocks from the Oregon Shakespeare theaters. All of the attractions are within walking distance so there is no need to drive. The RedTail Inn also provides an assortment of local wines, as well as wine pairing snacks and some limited food choices at the posted price.
The Inn currently offers three suites with private entrances & private parking spaces. Each suite has an outdoor seating overlooking a beautiful, organic garden and is furnished with modern farmhouse furnishings & antiques with art Nouveau accents and lighting. There are custom blackout window coverings & high-end mattresses with top quality Pacific Northwest bedding and down-alternative pillows. There is a living room and dining area with a large flat panel 4-G smart TV and a sofa sleeper and the kitchenettes are fully stocked with cookware, dishes, stemware, linens, spices and oils. Wander out to the garden for fresh herbs, tomatoes, and fruit.
The “Red” McCall Suite is a two bedroom, one bath suite which accommodate six guests.
The Orliena McCall Suite is a cozy main floor one bedroom, king bed and one bath which accommodates 4 guests.
The Louisa McCall Suite has a large bedroom with sitting area which is perfect for a couple.
The RedTail Inn mission is to provide luxury, Boutique-style accommodations but with a mind to being kind to our Earth. In remodeling, the owners of The RedTail Inn were careful to reuse or recycle everything they could and the new furniture was purchased locally to support the local economy. The owners installed energy-saving tankless hot water heaters, high efficiency heating and cooling systems, high ranked Energy Star appliances, top quality insulation, LED bulbs, and double paned windows and doors. The RedTail Inn also provides an electric car charging station and electric bikes are available from a local shop for guests to rent.
Owners Geoff and MaryAnn Geness are lovers of history, art and architecture. They worked closely with Steve Asher, who is renowned for his rehabilitation of many of Ashland’s prominent historical buildings. The Inn’s Manager is Daniel Perry who also runs a marvelous local reservation management company AirHop and he arranges reservations and serves as a concierge for guests. The newly renovated Red Tail Inn is where history, luxury and the environment come together, located in Ashland, Oregon at 550 North Main Street. Reservation may be made by calling 877-411-5545 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit RedTail Inns website at redtailinn.com
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Put the same information in for each suite. Ex: # of rooms, type of bed(s), floor level, and an adjective (cozy, large, beautiful, etc.
Ask for key pictures of each room.
I wouldn’t say “but,” instead something like “…accommodations that center around being kind to our Earth.” I’d keep it very positive and “but” can have a negative connotation, even when there isn’t one.