The Albion Inn is located in the Siskiyou-
    Hargadine Preservation District of Ashland,
    and is included in the National Register of
    Historic Places.

Photo credit Helen Westfall Hallner and Jim Harrington.

The home's architectural evolution from 1875 to the present is
depicted just inside our front entry in a series of elevation drawings.  
Be sure to look for it when you're here.

Albion was the name given to England by Julius Caesar in 6 BCE.  
The name appears on old Roman maps and was chosen by the
Schrocks because the home has always been white.
Convenient downtown location, meditation garden, peaceful, quiet rose garden
Albion Inn
Cyd and Gary Ropp, Innkeepers
e-mail: info@albion-inn.com
phone: (541) 488.3905
34 Union Street, Ashland, Oregon 97520
©2014 Albion Inn all rights reserved
website design by Cyd Gary Ropp; copy by Suzanne Badoux
private rose gardens and meditation garden for relaxation and dining

The home began as a miner's shack in
1875, undergoing several reconstructions,
expansions and additions over the years,  
and culminating in the comprehensive
renovation that former Innkeepers G.K. and
Doris Schrock undertook in 1990. It was at
that time that the house was transformed
from a home into a Bed and Breakfast Inn.
Our old cherry tree, above, can be seen in
this black and white photo, circa 1940.
The Albion Inn is no
longer in business.
The Albion closed its
doors in 2014. Sorry
to have missed you.