Looking for a place to stay on your summer adventures? You’ll find places to stay and the adventures near them on this list. Every one of these charming inns is located near some kind of epic adventure, and every one of them allows you to rest up in a homelike room after a long day of fun has come to an end.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
1. Heartstone Inn B&B (Eureka Springs)
Heartstone Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places, but that’s only part of its appeal. The B & B and cottages there will make you feel like royalty. With an experience that begins in a luxurious room or cottage and continues on with the best breakfast you could dream up. With proximity to all the cool things to do in Eureka Springs, you’ll absolutely love this little inn.
Heartstone Inn B & B is located at 35 Kingshighway in Eureka Springs.
2. Wildflower B&B (Mountain View)
The Wildflower B & B is located on the square in the Folk Music Capital of the World, Mountain View. Close to gorgeous natural attractions like Blanchard Spring and Blanchard Springs Caverns, Wildflower B & B offers the opportunity to stay in style, in one of Arkansas’s most charming small towns.
Wildflower B & B is located at 100 Washington in Mountain View.
3. The Inn at Bella Vista
Tanyard Creek and the Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel make Bella Vista one of the most scenic places in the Natural State, and there’s no better place to tuck in for the night after your day of adventure than in one of the gorgeously decorated, comfy rooms of the Inn at Bella Vista.
The Inn at Bella Vista is located at 101 Chelsea Road in Bella Vista.
4. The White River Inn (Cotter)
Located in Cotter, the White River Inn offers whole lodge rentals, B&B accommodations, and five luxury suites where you can find comfort after your adventures on the White River in the small town of Cotter. This inn is perfect for those who want to fish all day and spend their evening time in comfort.
You can find the White River Inn at 924 County Road 174 in Cotter.
5. Mount Victoria Inn (Eureka Springs)
Located on Eureka Springs’s historic loop, Mount Victoria Inn has won multiple awards for hospitality from everyone from the Eureka Springs publications to big Arkansas papers, and you’re going to love the historic beauty of this inn, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Mount Victoria Inn is located at 28 Fairmont in Eureka Springs.
6. 1890 Williams House Inn (Hot Springs)
Located only five blocks from Hot Springs’ historic downtown area, the 1890 Williams House Inn was the first bed and breakfast in the Natural State, and it’s still one of Arkansas’s coziest places to spend the night. With its charm and convenient location, you can’t beat the 1890 Williams House Inn when it comes to sleeping over in the spa city.
The Williams House Inn is located at 420 Quapaw Avenue in Hot Springs.
7. River Ridge Inn (Norfork)
With proximity to both the White River and Lake Norfork, the River Ridge Inn is a dream destination for lovers of waterways and especially trout fisherman. The inn is a lovely place to stay after a day on the water, and if you’re interested in learning about fly fishing, you’ll find the inn has a special kind of charm in the way of outfitting your adventure.
The River Ridge Inn is located at 57 River Ridge Road in Norfork.
8. Captain Henderson House
Located on the grounds of Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Captain Henderson House is a Victorian-era wonder that comes with all the comfort you could want and is listed on the National Historic Register. There are eight impeccably decorated guest rooms and lounge areas that will take you back in time.
Captain Henderson House is located at 349 North 10th Street in Arkadelphia.
9. The Inn at Mountain View
Mountain View is the Folk Music Capital of the World, and there’s no better place to spend your time than in the small town that contains so much music and is totally surrounded by natural beauty. After you visit Ozark Folk Center State Park and maybe spend your time up in the trees at Loco Ropes or exploring Blanchard Spring, you can rest up in an old school inn on the Mountain View Square.
The Inn at Mountain View is located at 307 W Washington Street.
10. Edwardian Inn
Located in Helena, the Edwardian Inn is a jewel of the Delta. Helena is near the state line, and that means you’ll be close to things to do in more than one state. This inn is gorgeously furnished and just as cute as it can be. You’ll love staying in this picturesque inn after you retire for the night. The breakfasts and dinners they serve are pure southern delight.
The Edwardian Inn is located at 317 Biscoe Street in Helena.
11. Tiffany’s Bed & Breakfast
Located near Hot Springs National Park, Tiffany’s Bed & Breakfast allows you to feel like you’re out in the woods while being close to the action. If you want a retreat to the Ouachita Mountains, you can’t do better than this little inn. I say this inn is little because there are only three guest rooms. Those guest rooms are incredibly spacious and comfy, however, so nothing is very little about it.
Tiffany’s Bed & Breakfast is located at 1632 Highway 347 in Bismarck.