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Jacksonville Lodging

Does anyone have a recommendation for a nice cozy hotel in Jacksonville? Although Medford & Ashland are nearby, we wanted to stay is Jacksonville if possible. Thank you.

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1. Re: Jacksonville Lodging

It's not a hotel but it's cozy... I recommend the Duncan Cottage in Jacksonville. http://www.duncancottage.com/

My hubby and I stayed there and loved it. It's tiny with a private backyard, close to Britt and downtown.

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Thank you kindly.

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Hi, PupDad,

A couple years ago, I stayed at the Magnolia Inn--a small boutique hotel with a do-it-yourself breakfast-very nice and clean and quiet, and the people who run it are really nice too. (just in case the other recommendation you received is full up). Enjoy your trip-very nice town, even in the off season.

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4. Re: Jacksonville Lodging

J'ville Inn, an historic hotel (great Bistro!) has some lovely cottages they rent right down in town. http://www.jacksonvilleinn.com/

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