Ashland Cabin - 170 Acres w/Mountain Views & Sauna

Property ID: 420255AshlandORUS
Sleeps 42 BR1.5 BA


Book an unforgettable natural getaway to 'Greensprings Wildlife Sanctuary,' a 2-bed, 1.5-bath vacation rental on a wildlife sanctuary in Ashland. This 1,692-square-foot cabin is a special, sacred place inside the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument, where the historic Highway 66 and Pacific Crest Trail cross. Whether you choose to hike through the preserved wilderness, meditate in the beautifully manicured garden, or attend the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, you're sure to have a memorable stay.


  • Deck
  • Free Parking
  • Wireless Internet (WIFI)
  • Washer
  • Kitchen


Location Details

Cascade Siskiyou National Monument is an oasis known for its fresh water springs, beautiful glades, conifer forests, and oak savannas. The land is protected by a wildlife conservancy, for its renowned biological diversity. This area offers world-class hiking, bird watching, and fishing within minutes of the cabin. This home also serves as the perfect retreat for those hiking the PCT.

For a taste of Oregon culture, check out the town of Ashland. Located just 30 minutes from the property, Ashland is home to several wineries, a chocolate factory, delicious restaurants, unique shops, and the world-famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

On hot summer days, head to Hyatt Lake, which sits less than 3 miles from the property. You'll be able to swim, boat, fish, camp, and more at this beautiful lake.


31 reviews
  • 3/5

    Let’s start with the good stuff. It’s flat out beautiful. It was clean on arrival and the host left the lights on for us which was nice. You can’t beat the views coming or going. It’s pretty spectacular. There are also lots of coffee to pick from in the cabinets. There are also leftover bathroom needs like tooth brushes in case you forgot. Also host was VERY nice and offered us solar glasses to watch the eclipse!

    Now to the bad stuff. One, it should be very clearly posted that the road going to the cabin is NO JOKE and only very experienced drivers should attempt it. After you leave Ashland it’s a great ten mile ride until you hit the S turns on a mountain side that is straight down, with no guard rail and absolutely no room for error. If you make the slightest mistake you will die. (My boyfriend says I’m exaggerating, but I disagree, as I’m the one who drove it every day for 7 days.) mind you it’s only 7 miles of 66 that is like this, as we drove from the cabin to Crater Lake through Klamath Falls and all was fine.

    Two, when the host tells you they will turn the heat you expect that to be higher than 62°, especially when it’s 49° outside. Seems like common sense, but when you come inside to find notes on the heater that read “if you want warmer burn wood” you immediately get annoyed. Again, something you should know up front. Also if you are requiring wood for warmth, maybe the host should provide more than split logs and ONE Diet Coke box. There is so much more

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Shannon A
    Published October 19, 2023
  • A little treasure in the wilderness !


    Very relaxing stay ! No noise just peace and quiet. Close to Ashland and Jacksonville, both wonderful little towns. Many animals, birds and 2 darling Mules that have been rescued!!! We would stay again !!! ❣️

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Published October 15, 2023
  • Relax, relax!


    Upon arriving, I was surprised at how secluded it was. But after getting settled I was at peace with the trees, animals, and clean air that would become my "home" for 5 days. Rachel and her lovely daughter, Zoey, met me and made me feel welcome and offered help whenever I needed. I was sure I would be up and down the hill going into town but instead, found the nearby restaurant with enough good food and essentials to last my stay - along with what I brought from home. The kitchen well stocked and everything needed was right there. No TV?... no problem. No network news is good news. My son and his wife joined me from Portland after a couple days and our only trip to town was on the final day - where we said goodbye to each other and 'Greensprings Wildlife Sanctuary'. Looking forward to a re-visit.

    Published October 11, 2022
  • Easy to reach, secluded, large cabin, comfortable, forested, rural setting..


    Checkin/out easy. Owner on land, in separate home, responsive to needs, flexible to family needs. Loved its natural solitude, millions of stars and friendly mules.. A bit short on spoons and smaller pans. But totally workable. Great sauna!

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Amy C.
    Published August 16, 2022
  • Quiet setting


    We generally stay in Ashland for the plays, but decided to do a rural stay. This is a nice get away, fun road to drive and the PCT was a bonus. We had no real contact with the owner, so it was impersonal but ok. The price was reasonable until VRBO added excessive administration fees, making it overpriced. Will no longer use VRBO.

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Jim B.
    Published July 20, 2022
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