When you're planning a wedding, honeymoon, anniversary celebration, or a relaxing getaway in Eureka Springs, think of Victorian elegance and charm, relaxed and gracious hospitality, history, and -- most of all -- romance. Imagine all of these in the heart of Eureka Springs' famed Historic District only a few minutes' stroll from downtown shops, restaurants, galleries, and nightlife.
The 1881 Crescent Cottage Inn is the oldest, most historic, and most photographed Bed and Breakfast in Eureka Springs. It was built in 1881 for the first Governor of Arkansas after the Civil War, General Powell Clayton. The house is a landmark Victorian Painted Lady featuring exterior towers, sunbursts and spindles, and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
All rooms have queen-size beds, private bath with Jacuzzi, cable TV and VCR, and antique furnishings. Charlotte's and Miss Adeline's rooms also feature double Jacuzzis, fireplaces, private entrances, and open onto the lower, private veranda with a sweeping view across the valley and garden. All room prices include full breakfast, complimentary soft drinks, use of our library of movies, and fresh cookies in the parlor most afternoons.