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Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages

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40-42 Armstrong St 17 steps down to Main Street shops and restaurants, Eureka Springs, AR 72632-3608
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#9 of 70 B&Bs / Inns in Eureka Springs
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CLIFF COTTAGE INN is the only B&B Inn in the very heart of Eureka Springs' Historic Downtown/Restaurant District with 3 adjacent beautifully restored historic cottages. Each cottage has 2 large private-entrance suites, all with Jacuzzis, king beds, private decks or balconies, and some with fireplaces. The inn also has one individual stand-alone historic cottage and one studio, both with private outdoor hot tubs, fully-equipped kitchens, decks, off-street reserved parking, and just a few steps to all the neat shops/restaurants. Cliff Cottage Inn is the only B&B with an elf who delivers a full-gourmet award-winning breakfast to all suites (not provided to the stand-alone cottage but is available as an optional extra to the studio). Friday and Saturday nights Include a bottle of Champagne or white wine chilled and waiting, every night includes a fridge and a complimentary in-room Beverage Bar with coffee, exotic teas, hot chocolate and chai. Rates from $189-279 depending on size and season.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
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Adults only
Non-smoking hotel
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Paid public parking nearby
Secured parking
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Breakfast available
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Complimentary welcome drink
Outdoor dining area
Wine / champagne
Outdoor furniture
First aid kit
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Sofa bed
Whirlpool bathtub
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
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Separate living room
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Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
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Ross C wrote a review May 2021
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma37 contributions21 helpful votes
I am going to try to give a nuanced view of this property, as I do think it is the ideal Eureka location for certain travelers. It was not for us. The cottages are well-maintained and charming - we stayed in the Tennyson suite, which was advertised as having an outdoor shower. We decided to use it after a long hike to try and get the mud off of us, and it didn't work. The location is wonderful, if loud - remember, this is Eureka Springs, and being near the main strip is wonderfully convenient, and a bit loud, with the motorcycles. We also found that it was impossible to limit light in the bedroom, which made the 9:15 delivery time for breakfast feel very late, as sleeping in was almost impossible. Finally, while the breakfast was very tasty and delivered with a smile, some of the edges of the experience seemed off - the beverage with the breakfast was not real juice, but something like Sunny D which tasted like it was made from a powder. The hand soap in the room seemed like watered-down dish soap, etc. These touches would not have been noticeable at certain price points, for $300/nt it was disappointing. So, to sum up: the location is great and walkable for all of Eureka's shops and restaurants. The property itself is charming and cute - being old is not a problem. We had a few minor issues which added up to feel less minor. Some of the amenities felt a bit cheap for the price point - would have felt perfectly normal for $150/nt but not really for twice that. And the noise/light situation essentially guarantees a pre-8:00 wake-up call. If you're wanting to sleep in, other properties might work better. All in all - the typical 3-star review - could be perfect for some travelers, but enough issues exist to make sure other travelers weigh the pros and cons.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Roger W wrote a review Aug. 2020
Midland, Texas5 contributions6 helpful votes
Our stay was in The Emily Dickenson Suite. And how sweet is the suite! Tasteful and functional touches throughout the spacious three rooms. From the small porch with table and two chairs, partially sequestered by bamboo growth, we entered the high ceilinged front room. Warm colors, lots of Windows, soft music from the Alexa-commanded Echo, a better than average faux fireplace (heat optional) and some stained glass interior windows all catch the eye immediately. The Chaise couch is a nice touch, too. My favorite touch was the plate with 5 assorted homemade cookies, wrapped and ready to enjoy. All were delicious, and none made it past the first night. The King bedroom is very roomy. We have stayed in a number of B&Bs smaller than this room alone. 4 poster bed, chairs, storage furniture, and immediately my wife judged this suite as her favorite of all lodging we have enjoyed to date in our 44 years of marriage. Then we see the positively gigantic bathroom, with huge jetted tub/shower, luxurious towels and bathrobes, and that same decorator's touch that really makes the place. Everything is clean, clean, clean. Not even a spider web on the porch area. A couple of minor things to consider: Parking is assigned - some units may be a bit tight, but our 7 passenger vehicle had no trouble. The tub has a firm wall mount handle, but is quite a step up. Some might find it challenging. Other than that, a 5 star rating throughout. I say come and stay here! Just not any time we plan to be in the area! Oh yeah, a few paces from our parking area, there is a stairway down which immediately has you at the courthouse, where just the other side of that none too large building you are at the beginning of the downtown area stores, coffee shops, and eateries. Location is prime, yet still has a separate-from-the-crowds feeling, since it is so far above the level below. Breakfast day one, as communicated in reservation, was delivered to the front porch table, and a knock announced the arrival of a quite hot and tasty quiche with peach juice, English muffin, and a sort of Caprese salad variation with picante. Earlier delivery times may be possible with advance request, but extra early May imvolve menu change, understandably. Whew! A lot to say, I suppose, but wrll-deserved. Wonderful stay.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Leslie K wrote a review Aug. 2020
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We absolutely enjoyed our stay. We stayed in the Henry David Thoreau suite. It was beautiful. We especially loved drinking our coffee on the balcony and the breakfast. The breakfast was absolutely delicious. The balcony was very small, but it was beautiful and next to the beautiful rocks. The bathroom was outdated, and while clean seemed dirty due to the age. The jacuzzi tub is very large and very comfy. The bed and linens in the room are fantastically comfortable. The cottage is within walking distance from downtown (about 10 minutes to the farthest part of downtown) which made it very fun! Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lance B wrote a review Aug. 2020
Houston, Texas367 contributions44 helpful votes
We loved staying in the lovely Emily Dickinson suite. The bedroom is large and the bed is very comfortable. The sitting area/living room in the front was perfect to sit and have breakfast or a glass of wine in the evening. The bathroom was immense. I think they took one bedroom and turned it into a bathroom with very large garden tub/shower. Because of the pandemic, breakfast was left on a little table outside the door. Fresh towels were placed in bags and left there, too. No one entered the room until we left. Walking through the little neighborhood in the evening was nice. Beautiful homes, lightening bugs everywhere. Even saw a deer. Right outside the door are the steps down to the street. Everything within walking distance. Many places were closed, but we found restaurants and even little bars with music. Had a lovely meal at Grand Central Hotel restaurant, while listening to great live music. Reservations a must. Wonderful meal at Grotto Wood-Fired Grill and Wine Cave. Huge delicious pizza at Chelsea's Corner Bar. Cathouse Lounge for drinks and bar food. Missy's White Rabbit Lounge. New Delhi Cafe. No need to stay anywhere else but at Cliff Cottage Inn!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Kendrakadams wrote a review Jul. 2020
Kansas City, Missouri12 contributions
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My daughter and I stayed her on a whim and absolutely loved this place. The atmosphere was very true to the Eureka Springs town. The home is unique being that it juts right up to the cliff and if you take the tram tour you will find out this home was ordered straight out of the catalogue from either sears or J.C. Penney’s... can’t remember. The host was very kind. We will be back :)
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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US$113 - US$274 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesArkansasEureka Springs
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages
Which popular attractions are close to Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages?
Nearby attractions include Escape Room 13 (0.3 km), Eureka Springs Historical Downtown (0.3 km), and Basin Spring Park (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, a free welcome drink, and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages?
Yes, free parking, paid public parking nearby, and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Stick Nouveau, Nibbles Eatery, and The Stone House.
Is Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 km away from the centre of Eureka Springs.
Does Cliff Cottage Inn - Luxury B&B Suites & Historic Cottages have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.