|by The Budget Travel editors||Food + Drink, Historical Travel, Romance, Wine, Oregon, Jacksonville||0|
Jacksonville has all the trimmings of classic small town America—boutique shops in a quaint downtown, historic architecture, and easy access to hiking and a national park. The fact that it sits in the middle of South Oregon’s beloved wine country just sweetens the deal. Typically luxury does not come cheap in this town, which is on the National Register of Historic Places because of its rich gold mining history. With this Deal of the Day, however, you can book a room for two at the quaint and cozy McCully House Inn, which is located in the oldest home in Oregon, or a private room at Wine Cottage, a sister location, for two-nights for $249 through April 29 and $279 during the month of May. (This deal is not available May 27-28) That’s a savings of more than 50% off standard rates. A 10.8% lodging tax is not included in the price.
This deal also lets you take advantage of the incredible array of wineries in the area with a complimentary tasting package for two at not one, not four, but 14 local wineries, a regional promotion valued at $140. This deal also includes a $40 voucher for local favorite Frau Kemmling Schoolhaus Brewhous, a festive Bavarian-style eatery, so settle in for after traipsing around the vine-lined landscape all day. Or head back to the hotel and relax at McCully House’s Déjà vu Bistro & Wine Bar, a laid-back restaurant with an ever-changing menu of regional cuisine.
Wifi and parking are complimentary. For more information or to book, click here.