Historic Arkansas Bed and Breakfast Inns

1835

1 The Inn at The Mill
— Johnson, AR 1835

1880

2 All Seasons Inns
— Eureka Springs, AR 1880
Glass case holds the original guest register with Jesse James. Read More
3 Anderson House Inn
— Heber Springs, AR 1880
4 Rosemont Luxury Bed & Breakfast
— Little Rock, AR 1880
Rosemont was the site of President-Elect Bill Clinton's first "morning after" celebration. Read More

1881

5 1881 Crescent Cottage Inn
— Eureka Springs, AR 1881
The Crescent Cottage is listed in the National Register and designated as a state and city landmark. Read More

1883

6 Sunnyside Inn
— Eureka Springs, AR 1883
7 Heart of The Hills Inn
— Eureka Springs, AR 1883
8 Magnolia Gardens Inn
— Springdale, AR 1883

1884

9 1884 Bridgeford House B&B
— Eureka Springs, AR 1884
Pea Ridge National Park (30 min. ), War Eagle Mill & Cavern (30 min. Read More

1886

10 Crescent Hotel
— Eureka Springs, AR 1886
11 Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages
— Eureka Springs, AR 1886
1880s Eastlake Queen Anne Victorian (Cliff Cottage), 1910s Arts & Craftsman Cottage (Artist's Cottage), 1920 Art-deco Cottage (Oscar Wilde's Cottage). Cliff Cottage design by Eastlake was used by... Read More

1887

12 Rose Of Sharon Cottage

— Eureka Springs, AR 1887

1890

13 1890 Williams House Inn
— Hot Springs, AR 1890
The inn is located in the Quapaw-Prospect Historic District, the carriage house, hitching posts and mounting blocks are still on the property. Read More
14 Hilltop Manor Bed & Breakfast
— Hot Springs, AR 1890
Buildings dot the estate which date back to the middle 1800s - a retail shop, dairy cooler, horse trough, and walls. The house was built in 1890. Read More

1891

15 Red Bud Manor Inn
— Eureka Springs, AR 1891
Beautifully restored Colonial Revival Home built in 1891, features a pyramidal roof. Read More

1892

16 White House Inn Bed and Breakfast
— Paragould, AR 1892

1893

17 Queen Anne House B&B
— Harrison, AR 1893

1894

18 5 Ojo Inn Bed and Breakfast
— Eureka Springs, AR 1894
The Ojo house was built in 1902 by Kate Gleny as a boarding house. The Sweet house next door was built in 1894. Read More

1895

19 The Belladonna Cottage
— Eureka Springs, AR 1895

1900

20 The Pearl Tatman House
— Eureka Springs, AR 1900
Built at the turn of the century, was the home of Pearl Tatman, the first female doctor in the state of Arkansas. Read More

1901

21 Palace Hotel & Bath House
— Eureka Springs, AR 1901
Built in 1901, we are the only operating historic bath house in Eureka Springs, a town founded because of its healing waters Read More

1903

22 The Heartstone Inn & Cottages
— Eureka Springs, AR 1903
Built in 1903 as a private home, the exterior is preserved as built. Read More

1905

23 Basin Park Hotel
— Eureka Springs, AR 1905

1906

24 Ozark Country Inn
— Mountain View, AR 1906

1908

25 1908 Ridgeway House B&B
— Eureka Springs, AR 1908
House built in 1908 by W. O. Read More

1918

26 Wildflower B&B
— Mountain View, AR 1918
For years it was the only painted structure in town. Read More

1923

27 River View Hotel B&B
— Calico Rock, AR 1923
Mountain View, the "folk capitol of the United States," and the Ozark Folk Center are some of the area's historic offerings. Read More

1931

28 Sky-Vue Lodge B&B
— Winslow, AR 1931
All the amenities are updated but has a 40s feel. Read More

1935

29 Rock Cottage Gardens
— Eureka Springs, AR 1935
Built in the 1935 as one of the first Motor Courts. The innkeepers' home, office and guest dining room were built out of local ozark rock. These are a one of a kind individual rock cottages with... Read More