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Very nice room, clean and well maintained. Jetted tub was great after walking all day. Owners are very nice and accommodating. We stayed in The Georgiana, private entrance and porch. Trolley stop just down the sidewalk. We will return!
I had the opportunity to stay here for a week during the 4th of July holiday. My stay could not have been better. I was warmly welcomed by the owner Mark Hicks, and Michelle Foster,the manager. My rooms were impeccably maintained and clean. The continental breakfast was varied and fresh. I was also wowed by the "Angel Card" reading I got from Michelle, who conveniently does them on the premises for an affordable rate. My whole stay was simply amazing. I highly recommend The Bridgeford to anyone, and will definitely returning!
We stayed in the Stamfordshire Room in the Bridgeford House and can strongly recommend it. It's a beautiful old house, nicely restored, and is on the National Historical Register. Our room was clean, attractive and nicely furnished. Even had some lamps that were adequate to read by, an increasingly rare thing. The location is very good, close to downtown but not at all noisy. The 'breakfast' part of the 'bed and breakfast' could be better. It is 'light Continental' which means various pastries, no real protein such as a cooked egg or cheese.Didn't see any real cream for the coffee. The house has some pretty gardens with seating and tables. We'd be happy to come back.
The Bridgeford B & B was a retirement gift from supervisors. Our first, hopefully many more to come. Room was very clean, off street parking a few steps from our Georgianna suite. Every amenity available In room with extended amenity in dining room. Mark was obliviously experienced in keeping his guest comfortable. Bed was very good , water pressure more than any hotel. Porch & Room serenely quiet! I give them 5/5
We stayed in the Georgianna Suite which was very comfortable, spotlessly clean and well appointed. Awesome jetted tub and pvt. patio area. The private off street parking is basically right at your door with this suite. The Hosts are very accommodating, making sure your stay is flawless. Great location, just a short scenic walk to downtown. You won't go wrong staying here!
If you are looking for that Special place to stay at when you need to get away then this is it. From the Beautiful rooms to the relaxing balcony & personal service. The Bridgeford B&B is the complete package. Wonderful gracious host, historical property that has been well cared for, decorated and restored. Immaculately cared for grounds and garden. Mark and staff took care of all our needs. The room was plenty spacious, with all the amenities. We even enjoyed a soak in the oversized whirlpool tub along with the provided rubber duckies. It felt like we were staying with long time friends at a home away from home. This will definitely be our place to stay when we come to Eureka Springs.
Nice B&B on Upper Spring Street. Well kept and well-appointed, within reasonable walking distance of main business district. Owner/Proprietor (Mark) was very personable and helpful. Stayed in the Georgianna Suite, which had a private entrance and very nice jacuzzi tub. The property is quiet and has a very nice courtyard / garden sitting area as part of the bargain. All in all, a very nice experience for a guy that doesn’t particularly like staying in B&Bs. I’ll definitely consider coming back.
My sister and I stayed in the Nottinghamshire room for two nights. When we first entered there was a little parlor which we assumed was the check in spot because there was a little desk there. So we stood and waited a bit, but no one ever came. While waiting, we were looking out the front window toward the street and suddenly there was a loud noise. We both jumped and turned around, and a little white sign that was sitting on top of the desk was now laying in the floor. I thought it odd and wondered how it fell, but just picked it up and put it back. Finally, we decided to walk down a flight of stairs in the center of the home and at the bottom we entered the dining area and encountered the owner, who had a little room down there where he checked people in. (Didn't see signs anywhere to tell people where to go) As we were checking in the owner said "Don't be alarmed if you hear voices outside your room in the parlor tonight, because they do ghost tours." My sister, who is very spooked by that sort of thing, said "You didn't tell me this was a haunted place!" I said "I didn't know!" and immediately my thoughts went back to that sign that had fallen. I don't mind things like that, though, so the haunted aspect kind of intrigued me. My sister, however, said she was very uncomfortable the whole time because she doesn't like that sort of thing. We did hear ghost tours outside our door in the evenings, but it didn't bother me any. We could see camera flashes through the little window at the top of our door, and we could hear people saying "Oooh" "Aaahhh" "Wow". I was very tempted to open the door and say "Boo!", but I chickened out. Another sort of creepy thing that happened was I was taking pictures with my phone of the inside of our room, and as I came walking out of the bathroom with the phone in my hand, it suddenly took about 7 pictures in rapid succession. I didn't think I had my finger on the button, but it's possible I did. I couldn't help but think maybe it was the ghost of the house doing it. (Creepy!) Besides the haunted part, I really enjoyed my stay. It's a very old home, creeky, some small areas and tight spots to maneuver, but we did have a very nice balcony out back. I loved the little secret garden off to the side. I thought it was a very quaint little place. I enjoyed the tree lined street that it sits on. Did a lot of walking. It was Fall, so there were lots of crunchy leaves to walk through. Once I walked to the right down the street and went down to Grotto Spring. Beautiful walk! Another time I walked to the left and visited more springs and went all the way to the historic downtown shopping district. Another nice walk. The breakfasts at Bridgeford House are nothing special. Just your basic continental breakfast. Cereal, boiled eggs, pre-packaged oatmeal, pastries. But, it was what I expected so wasn't disappointed. I would recommend Bridgeford House to anyone visiting Eureka Springs, especially if you are one who likes the excitement of a possible haunted establishment.
So, Charles and I were looking to spend a night out of town. He chose Bridgeford House, and it was wonderful! Great room...check. Awesome breakfast...check. Owner performs your wedding ceremony...check! Mark and Jeff were kind, attentive, and genuinely nice. This will be our anniversary destination for years to come.
Located in Eureka Springs Historic District within a 5-minute walk of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church, The Bridgeford House Bed & Breakfast is within a 15-minute stroll of Frog Fantasies Museum. This 5-room, 3-star bed & breakfast welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free continental breakfast is served each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM.
A flat-screen TV comes with satellite channels and a DVD player, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a microwave, and a coffee maker. Housekeeping is available on request.
At The Bridgeford House Bed & Breakfast, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and express check-in. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Additional amenities include express check-out, a terrace, and a garden.