Ashland Area Inn Celebrates Anniversary with Elegant Dinner

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Ashland Area Inn Celebrates Anniversary with Elegant Dinner

Published 01/31/2011

(Ashland, Oregon) – Thirty years ago in January, a couple opened up the Green Springs Inn on a scenic byway in the Southern Cascades, a half hour’s drive east of Ashland. This Saturday, the inn’s latest owners celebrate the 30-year anniversary with a special dinner that features locals Valley View Winery.

About a half hour drive east of Ashland, the inn is part of a small community that specializes in culinary feats and getaways. February 5, Chef Jesse Sword will present an elegant five-course dinner along with the wines to celebrate this.

The inn was opened on January 15, 1981, by Barbara and Ron McHugh. Barbara still works there – known as the “kitchen goddess.”

The Valley View wines featured will be their Anna Maria lines.

For the appetizer, there will be a wild mushroom brushetta. Duck breast salad follows. Main entrée includes a stuffed saddle of lamb, filled with peaches, spinach, ricotta and slow cooked.

Even better yet, purchase a “Stay Over Package” and relax for a night to two in a deluxe cabin or Jacuzzi room.  Dinner and accommodations discounts are available for one or two people.

One seating:  6:30 p,.m., Prix fixe:  $49.95. For dinner reservations, call 541-482-0614 or email  Please provide a MasterCard or VISA number to hold your places; no advance charge will be made to your account.  Cancellations will be accepted up to Monday, January 31.  A 50 percent fee will be charged for cancellations received after that date.

11470 Highway 66, Ashland, Oregon.



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