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We stayed at cliff cottage inn for a wedding in eureka springs. They were amazing and gracious hosts during our stay. We wish we could have stayed longer! The room was beautiful with the comfiest bed and bedding I’ve ever slept on, the breakfast was delicious and their hospitality was outstanding. This will definitely be where we stay every time we visit eureka springs!
My husband and I stayed here over Labor Day weekend and loved it. We weren't sure what to expect as we're used to hotels but everything was great. We did arrive later in the evening so we had to ring the bell and wait a few moments for assistance but we were quickly taken to our room. The street the Inn is on was very easy to find based on the emailed directions and we never had an issue getting in or out. The Jacuzzi tub was wonderful after a long day walking the hilly roads as well. Breakfast was delicious. We never knew what we would get, but we loved it every morning. The bed was very comfortable. Going back home was a shame! The only negative was that there was a stained glass window near the floor of the Thoreau suite that when people downstairs turned on a light, would illuminate our room. We stacked our throw pillows up against the wall to semi help with this. It was only a problem once and it wasn't terrible in the slightest. The location is perfect. The stairs to main street are right at the start near the History Museum and nothing is too far away. We only used the car when we were going off of the street.
Very comfortable room with a sitting room, great bedroom, jacuzzi, and wonderful snacks left for us. It is an amazing spot to relax. We were greeted by a very sweet young lady who gave us a quick tour and helped us get situated. Beautiful setting. Very secluded yet close to downtown. Highly recommend it.
We stayed in the Tennyson Suite. It was spacious, clean and had everything we needed to enjoy our stay there. This suite is decorated in victorian decor. It is located above main street. We only got our car out one time when we wanted to travel on the outskirts of Eureka Springs. Otherwise, we were able to stay parked and walk to main street. Our hosts were very kind, attentive and knowledgable about the history of the Inn and Eureka Springs. We enjoyed the breakfast delivered to our suite each morning. We would highly recomment The Cliff Cottage Inn.
The room was nice, the tub was good. The breakfast was amazing. What I didn't like was that our TV wouldn't connect to the WiFi. They didn't have cable so we didn't have TV. Luckily we was able to use the WiFi hotspot on our personal phone. When I called the after hours number all we got back was a text message asking if it was an emergency. After trying to call again I was sent to voicemail with a returning text saying "can't talk right now." Well after paying 200 a night I thought we should have gotten better customer service. I wanted to stay another night but then thought better of it and stayed somewhere else. All in all the experience was just ok. Not worth 200 a night. There are better places to stay in Eureka for the money.
It just wasn't our favorite stay in Eureka Springs. We stayed in the Sarah Bernhardt Suite. The historical cottage was neat to experience. The close proximity to Main Street was an advantage. But it just wasn't our cup of tea.
We recently stayed in the Zelda’s Studio and just loved it. Nice and isolated plus it was very clean. Lot’s of little extras you don’t get in other similar places around Eureka. We enjoyed the hot tub on the back deck as well as early morning coffee there while watching the deer and squirrels. The breakfast was phenomenal and our hosts were very personable and informative. Walking to downtown without having to find a parking space was a big plus!
Awful 70-80’s decor, nasty hot tub out back was not clean and very dusty, with door open to outdoor facility with a light on, we peeked in not sure if someone was in there or not, and it was so nasty and ratty inside which was attached to our room. Recommend they keep that door locked and bolted, not open with a light on. Scary inside there!! Thought we saw a dead snake, but it was actually black tape. We did let the owners know we weren’t happy with the “Zelda” room and it’s accommodations were definitely not Luxury, as well as dirty hot tub, but we forgot to mention the open door in the back where the hot tub was with the nasty room attached. We came here about 24 years ago when Sandra had it, and this property wasn’t part of Cliff Cottage, when we were here before it was super cute with fresh flowers, not fake ones, and all Victorian decor. Really a bummer, and we would recommend they update that area, especially if you’re going to list as Luxury on Trip Advisor!! We chose to leave and not stay here, and actually stayed at the Basin Park Hotel which luckily had one room left!!
Nice room facing the downtown with a great patio. Wine, chocolates and cookies were a big plus Breakfast was awesome and staff are super friendly. The room was clean and comfortable. The decor is very Victorian. We would prefer a more modern feel but totally loved everything
As a recently retired former award winning innkeeper from Woodstock VT I have high standards, and I was impressed with Justin and Asheli. They have a wealth of hospitality and business experience from large businesses, and thus they believe they can achieve what few overstaffed corporate lodging businesses ever get close to...a personal and welcoming stay. They succeed. After just one year of ownership they are stamping their mark on the place and my bed and pillows were great, I slept well in the QUIET Zelda's suite. That basically is it isn't it...you want to feel safe, in a clean comfy bed and not to hear your neighbours. I had complimentary Amazon Prime on the TV, I had a kettle and being British I delight in making a good cuppa tea. There was a complimentary decent bottle of Ozzie white vino in the fridge, fresh things to nibble on and good wi-fi. The delivered to your door breakfast tray with a fresh flower means you can feel comfortable munching your egg dish starkers if you desire....mind you it may put your dining companion off their food! However they also provide a dressing gown to cover up that aged flesh. The central location is perfect, parking is not that difficult and the owners have a sunny and charming disposition. Their doggies are also wonderful so do ask to be introduced. So go and stay in a real bit of the US.....the small town has a fascinating history.
Located in Eureka Springs Historic District, Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites and Cottages is next to Eureka Springs Historical Museum and Eureka Springs District Court. This 7-room, 3.5-star bed & breakfast welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Start your day off right with a free local cuisine breakfast.
Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites and Cottages's 7 rooms are air-conditioned and provide fireplaces, refrigerators, and minibars. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Coffee makers, free bottled water, and free toiletries are also standard.
Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites and Cottages features free WiFi in public areas, a library, and a terrace. A stay here includes free parking. Staff members can help with accommodation requests, and provide concierge services. This smoke-free bed & breakfast also has a garden.