Comfort and relaxation await you in an atmosphere of turn-of-the-century charm.
Nightingales offers Bed and Brunch overnight lodging for visitors to Ashland, Oregon, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and other events. Every room provides private bathroom facilities and warm and stylish sleeping accommodations for a “feels-like-home” atmosphere.
Start Your Morning
Awake to coffee, tea, and fruit (available 24 hours a day) just outside your room at our Hospitality Center on the Landing. Then join us in the dining room for a full-on Mimosa Breakfast of traditional favorites served at 9:30 a.m., seven days a week. In the afternoons, we offer wine and snacks.
Close To Nature… And Downtown
Located just steps away from the vibrant restaurant and theatre district, Nightingales Inn offers one of the most convenient locations in Ashland.
And with the entrance to Lithia Park just steps away from Nightingales, you can enjoy the beauty of nature with cultivated trails along the creek.
Your Innkeepers: Pam Dehnke and Darrell James
Pam Dehnke is a California Court Reporter and novelist. The Diary of an Extraordinarily Ordinary Woman and Her Rather Eccentric Sister was released in December and is available on Amazon and at your local bookstores. Pam is currently working on a mystery series, The Court Reporter Always Gets the Last Word, as well as a memoir, I Remember Dale, a tribute to her beloved brother who died on his twenty-third birthday. Pam first came to Ashland as an English Lit major forty-three years ago. She became enamored with Oregon Shakespeare Festival and returned every year to spend her summers here.
Darrell James is an award-winning author of Mystery/Thrillers. He hails originally from Northern Kentucky, and has lived more than thirty years collectively in Arizona and California. In addition, Darrell is a gifted craftsman. During the pandemic year, he single-handedly designed and constructed a garage and is currently working on decking.
“Together we both share a love of people, life, and the culture that is uniquely Ashland.”