Only B&B located downtown,17 steps up from Main St.shops, restaurants, galleries,clubs.Six Jacuzzi suites,2 hottub cottages.Only B&B delivering breakfast to your suite.Champagne or white wine chilled in your fridge.
Offstreet parking.Free WIFI
Great Rates & Specials!US $149 / Night
Eureka Springs is nestled in the Ozark Mountains and surrounded by beautiful forests of hardwoods and evergreens. Just 20 minutes' drive from Cliff Cottage inn
is the beautiful Beaver Lake, famous for stripers and wide-mouthed bass. You can rent a boat at Starkey Marina and fish to your heart's delight. We also have the White River 20 minutes away which offers the fisherman fabulous brown trout and you'll always catch your limit at the innkeeper's favorite secret fishing hole she'll share with you. Or she can help set you up with a guide and boat. We also have a new zipline in Eureka Springs and the Great Passion Play is just a six-minute drive from Cliff Cottage Inn. Lake Leatherwood Park, 15 minutes outside of town, is the second largest in-city municipal park in the US and there are plenty of catfish lurking near the surface just waiting to be caught! The park also has some great hiking trails and you can even walk across the second largest hand-cut stone dam in America! We also have two music shows and plenty of festivals going on year-round.
Cliff Cottage Inn comprises four buildings side-by-side and three offer two spacious suites per cottage so you have plenty of privacy and room to spread out and enjoy your stay. The 4th is an artist's studio with fully-equipped kitchen and deck in the woods with your own hot tub. There is also a stand-alone 1920s cottage perched on a hillside (you're king and queen of the mountain!) and it has its own hot tub. Suites have either queen beds or kings and all suites have Jacuzzi whirlpool tubs for two. Tennyson Suite also has a two-person outdoor shower tucked into the rock bluff, available from April to October.
Breakfast is delivered to the suites; breakfast is not available to the cottage and studio with kitchens. All suites and the cottage and studio include a complimentary bottle of Champagne or white wine, some sodas, and coffee/teas/hot chocolate and chai.
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When guests book a stay at Cliff Cottage Inn, the innkeeper sends a comprehensive list of all her favorite restaurants, and info as to where the best massages can be scheduled, all the music shows and performance theaters, horsebackriding, canoe trips, fishing guides, carriage rides and info on any special events or festivals going on during the guests' stay.
Policies & Restrictions
Cliff Cottage Inn is not suitable for young children or pets.
To book a suite or cottage, a one-night deposit is always required at time of booking. If you prepay your full reservation when you book, we waive the $5 handling fee added each time a card is run.If you opt to pay only the first-night required deposit and you are staying multiple nights, the balance due is automatically run five days ahead of arrival on the same card you provided unless you call us at least five days ahead of arrival with a different card to run. We can no longer take checks or cash.
Cancellation Policy: There is always a $25 cancellation or date-change fee charged for any changes in a reservation. As long as you cancel by phone at least 10 days ahead of arrival, you will get all back save the $25 cancel fee.
If you cancel less than 10 days ahead of arrival date, you lose one night's deposit and any balance is credited towards a future stay.
Rates & Availability
Call the inn for rates and any unadvertised specials.
The innkeeper always sends play-by-play directions to every guest so that they don't get lost trying to find the inn.
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S. C. Smith (View My Profile)
Now in her third decade of pampering guests, the innkeeper, a retired journalist whose career included editor of a major newspaper in Philadelphia, PA where she also covered one of the city's toughest "police beats", came to Eureka Springs in 1992 after she had spent 7 years sailing alone in the Pacific. (She bought a 35-foot sloop, taught herself how to sail and sailed mostly singlehanded from San Francisco to near Easter Island!) Previously,she had opened the first B&B in downtown Philadelphia in 1978. Her 277-page cookbook-memoir is filled with stories of her adventurous life plus a lot of her original recipes which she serves at the inn. She has just completed two books about all her sailing adventures, soon to be published.
"I love innkeeping....I get to meet so many wonderful and interesting people and creating the inn has given me a chance to do what I love best....restoring historic houses and creating fabulous dishes to serve guests!" says Sandra.