Arkansas Historic Accommodations Guide

Rose of Sharon Cottage
Rose of Sharon Cottage
(Cottage Suites)
Rose of Sharon Cottage
11 Cliff Street
Eureka Springs, AR 72632

Come stay at The Rose of Sharon Cottage! Located in a woodland setting, between Main Street and Spring Street, in the Historic Downtown District of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Only a short two block walk to unique shops, award winning restaurants, local artisan studios, historic landmarks, trolley stops, blooming parks, flowing springs, and walking paths through nature's beauty. The cottage, originally built around 1887 was approximately 1,000 square feet. Additions in the early 1900’s and 1970’s have brought it to just over 3,000 square feet. Rose of Sharon Cottage offers three suites, each with the ability to sleep four, each with a separate entrance, private bath, kitchen amenities and outdoor deck space.
Edwardian Inn
Edwardian Inn
(Bed & Breakfast Inn)
Edwardian Inn
317 Biscoe Street
Helena, AR 72342

Tour the Beautiful State of Arkansas and Stay at the Colonial Revival Mansion of Member Edwardian Inn. This Helena Arkansas Bed and Breakfast was Built in 1904, and is Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Edwardian Inn is an outstanding example of fine homes that were built in Helena around the turn of the century. We are dedicated to providing quality lodging, gracious hospitality, and dining to remember.
Arkansas House
Arkansas House
(Historic Inn)
Arkansas House
215 East Court St. Hwy. 7
Jasper, AR 72641

The historic Arkansas House is the Buffalo National River's finest resort, centrally located on Scenic Highway 7 in downtown Jasper. We are a few miles upstream from the Buffalo National River Park and a few minutes from the Ozark National Forest, an ideal location for visitors to both parks, where opportunities abound for canoeing, kayaking, wild elk viewing, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and cycling, fishing, hunting, bird watching, and horseback riding. Arkansas House Inn has 2 ground floor luxury suites and 3 charming 2nd floor rooms, as well as a two-bedroom, Cabin on the River, a stone's throw from the banks of the Little Buffalo River.

MAKE IT AN HISTORIC STAY is a human-curated, invitation only presentation of select historic lodging accommodations, including bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges in the United States.

Historic lodging facilities (Stays) are demonstrably significant to world history with respect to their architecture, engineering, archeology or culture, as well as their location, design, materials, workmanship, feeling or association.

Historic bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges offer travelers a truly unique and memorable lodging experience.

They provide visitors a genuine opportunity to connect with the past, while enjoying restful lodging, excellent cuisine, gracious hospitality and more.

Sadly, countless historically significant structures have been (and continue to be) lost forever.

Many of those that endure, do so largely because of the vision, passion and dedication of devoted and enterprising proprietors, companies and others, who (usually after great effort and expense) offer them as living, interactive lodging facilities reflecting the rich historical fabric within which they are woven.

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