With the entire town of Eureka Springs on the National Register of
Historic Places, it's no wonder that Eureka Springs is one of the most popular tourist
destinations in Arkansas.
Well before the first pioneers reached Arkansas, the Eureka Springs area was considered
sacred ground by Native American tribes; who believed it to be a Great Healing Spring.
5 Ojo: 5 Ojo Street.
Includes two Victorian homes and two cozy cottages with each antique-filled room at the
inn having its own distinctive decor. Guests even explore the unoccupied rooms to see
where they would like to stay next time. A three-course breakfast is served in the Sweet
House dining room.
Arsenic and Old Lace
Inn: 60 Hillside Avenue.
Escape to this Queen Anne Victorian style Bed and Breakfast mansion in the beautiful
Ozarks of Eureka Springs. Nestled on a wooded hillside in the Eureka Springs Historic
District, the Bed and Breakfast Inn offers luxurious rooms and suites, peaceful views of
the hills and beautiful gardens from its large, wrap-around veranda.
Bridgeford House: 263
Built by Captain John Bridgeford and his wife Mary after the Civil War, southern
hospitality combined with Victorian charm await you at this beautiful Queen Anne/Eastlake
home. All the rooms have queen size or king size beds and private baths.
Eureka Springs Hideaway:
Nestled in a serene wooded area in the historic district of Eureka Springs, The Hideaway
offers three suites with private entrances. While enjoying breakfast on the deck you will
be able to watch the abundant wildlife such as deer, albino squirrels and humming birds.
During winter months enjoy breakfast at your own private table, close to the fireplace, in
the breakfast room.
Evening Shade Inn: Hwy. 62
East, 3079 East Van Buren.
Combining luxury, privacy, seclusion and convenience the Evening Shade Inn offers luxury
suites and private honeymoon cottages nestled among 10 acres of majestic trees. A full
breakfast is delivered to your room, when you choose, so you can have breakfast at your
Mount Victoria Bed &
Breakfast: Relive the nostalgic sense of days-gone-by in an elegant Colonial Revival
structure built in 1903 as the Sacred Heart Rectory for the Catholic Church.
Rock Cottage Gardens:
10 Eugenia Street.
Extensive renovations were made in 1992, transforming the cottages into the elegant and
inviting spaces which they are today. The rough-hewn rock exteriors are still here;
quaint, unique and unlike anything else in Eureka Springs. A gourmet breakfast is served
each morning in the dining room.
The Angel at Rose Hall: 46
Hillside Avenue, Eureka Springs.
A blend of Victorian elegance and warm hospitality makes The Angel a wonderful place for
your Eureka Springs getaway. Specialises in weddings, honeymoons, anniversaries, vow
renewals, romantic getaways and special birthdays.
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