PELTON HOUSE

In the heart of the railroad district, two blocks from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, is a historical property you can call home. The John and Charlotte Pelton House was built in 1894 by Ashland builder W. J. Schmidt. The Peltons were natives of the Rogue Valley area; John Pelton ran a meat business and served as Ashland’s sheriff in 1892. Although the Peltons divorced in 1901, Charlotte lived in the house until her death in 1926. The two-story dwelling exhibits Stick style elements including wood frame construction, steeply pitched gabled roofs, a projecting bay, stickwork paneling, cut outs, sunbursts, and lattice trim as well as Eastlake details.

The Pelton house has recently been remodeled and we invite you to come soothe your soul and bask in our spacious accommodations.

Comfort in Lodging

As a vacation rental, other than having the best location in downtown Ashland, we offer our guests many in-room complimentary amenities in an eco-friendly environment. All our rooms and suites at the Pelton offer guests an oasis of calm and absolute serenity. Each room is totally private and secluded. You will appreciate the feeling of relaxation, space and freedom as soon as you enter your room.

Electric Charging Port

We offer our environmentally conscious guests a free plug-in 220V electric charging port at the Pelton. All electric cars and TESLA owners are welcome. 

The Garden Venue

The Pelton house is a perfect location for your next family reunion, that special weekend celebration, a themed private party or small business retreat. The Pelton house can also offer unique wedding party accommodations and the space for a perfect outdoor wedding venue.





We are gradually making improvements with our
guests in mind to enjoy a comfortably zen like environment at your own leisure.
Looking forward to your next visit.