We had a great one-night stay at Green Springs Inn, and we wish we would have made arrangements to stay longer. We stayed in the Chinquapin cabin and it was lovely. The cabin was immaculately clean and modern. The bedroom had a king size bed. I chose to sleep in the loft, a little daunting on my first climb up the ladder, but it was a comfortable futon and private space.
The area is quiet and was perfect place to relax. We decided not to cook in the cabin and instead went to the restaurant for dinner and breakfast. The food was good and very reasonably priced. The owners/operators of the Inn are warm and helpful.
Overall, this is exactly what my friends and I were looking for. A nice place to hang out, have cocktails and play board games. The price was so reasonable for where we stayed. I will go back in a minute.
I will agree that the Inn is not located in Ashland. It took us 30 minutes to get to the Inn from downtown Ashland. It was well worth the short drive.More