This was our second stay at this hotel. Overall, the location is excellent (right in the middle of downtown Eureka Springs) which is why we opted to stay here again. The hotel is old and could use some updating, but clean and consistent with the general "Victorian" feel of the town. My biggest complaint ...
The motel was under some renovations but the setting was so nice peaceful,quiet and romantic. They had a fire pit and grills if you wanted to grill and mini fridge and microwave in room. The owner was very nice positive and accommodating. The view out the window was beautiful all wooded close to ...
Very clean, well-kept grounds, great staff. Pool was nice, and breakfast was good. Did not hear any noise on either side of our room, or from the pool after 10:00 pm. Terrible lighting in bathroom and A/C did not stay at a constant temperature, and although we kept it at 60 degrees, it kept getting ...
We were ther during off season so I’m sure things are a little different than prime season... The staff is super friendly and helpful. Tommy was comfortable and clean. I only have 2 complaints. There are multiple buildings and only one had a working ice machine and it wasn’t the building we were ...
Found hotel by pulling into Myrtie Mae's restaurant, which is within the hotel. With -4 degree weather in the a.m., it was great to have good food. Room was more than just a room and was clean with great services.
Had a wonderful experience... Staff was super nice and helpful...like meeting family! Could use another trash can was only one little one in bathroom...was an excellent stay! Already recommended to neighbor's and friends and family!!!
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is an outdoor lover's paradise known for sweeping views, exceptional camping, and natural wonder of nearby Beaver Lake. Located in the Ozarks Mountains, Eureka Springs is a Victorian-styled historic town is also home to several local festivals including the Jazz Eureka event and the Antique Auto Fest. There are several options for Eureka Springs hotels, including historic suites, budget rooms, and many bed and breakfast options like the Inn at Rose Hall.
Most community events and parades are downtown, near many hotels in Eureka Springs. The annual Antique Auto show occurs in the downtown area, as well as the big Bank Robbery event in September. This event features a reenactment of a failed robbery attempt in 1922 that takes place in the downtown streets.
Eureka Springs is full of unique dining options including the historic Crystal Dining Room. This establishment Prospect Avenue offers American classics from around the country.
Eureka Spring's Pivot Rock formation has been featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not records, while the nearby Natural bridge is made of solid stone in an unusual bridge formation.
There are plenty of Great shopping options near many hotels Eureka Springs. Razorback Gift Shop is a local favorite situated on top of a precarious structure and offers both excellent shopping and an incredible view.
The area is fantastic just about any outdoor sport. The area is known for hiking and walking paths but also offers canoeing, kayaking, and boating through the Riverside Canoe Service.
Booked last minute for a Monday & Tuesday night stay. The owner was out, so he left my room keys in an envelope on the door! (Which was great, because otherwise I would have had to wait quite a while!) Room was a little dated, but is as to be expected in an old style town like Eureka Springs. My lack of a perfect rating was attributed to the oldish smell and somewhat hard mattress. Otherwise, if you're in Eureka and aren't looking for anything super fancy, affordable, and close to downtown.. This is your spot! Hotel did offer basic continental breakfast, but we chose a local cafe instead! When I went to check out, the owner shook my hand and thanked me for my business. Despite the minor inconveniences, would definitely recommend.
This was our second stay at this hotel. Overall, the location is excellent (right in the middle of downtown Eureka Springs) which is why we opted to stay here again. The hotel is old and could use some updating, but clean and consistent with the general "Victorian" feel of the town. My biggest complaint from our recent stay was that our rooms were located in the middle of the spa (as in, there were massage rooms on either side of us) making it a bit awkward to come and go, especially with children who we were constantly "hushing" as to not disturb massages. The higher Friday night rate did include breakfast on Saturday morning which was pretty good (included an omelet station which was nice).
This was an beautiful place the owner is an amazing person and takes pride in the Lodge. I enjoyed staying at the hotel it felt like home. VERY CLEAN. I would recommend this lodge ànd go back there again real soon. I was treated like FAMILY. LOVED IT.
This Hotel is right at the entry of "Historic" old town and all the shops / entertainment. On top of that, the breakfast buffet is better than most 5 star hotels ! Great experience !