Crescent Cottage Inn is a landmark historic Victorian with towers, gables and sunbursts. It was built in 1881 for the first governor of Arkansas after the Civil War and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located on the most famous street in Eureka, the Historic Loop, at the beginning of the quiet residential district only a few minutes walk to town or catch a trolley as it passes. We have the best view of the mountain range that runs through Eureka Springs from our two large verandas and all rooms. English gardens with a waterfall almost touch your feet. The interior has the only remaining great arch, crystal chandeliers, special ceilings and beautiful unique antiques everywhere.
There are four guest areas, all having:A sumptuous full breakfast is served either on a veranda or in the dining room.
Private baths Jacuzzi CATV and VCR's with videos to loan Telephones and AM/FM clock radios Two rooms have beautiful fireplaces and refrigerators for convenience and softdrinks are free to all guests.
We are recommended by AAA (3-stars), Mobile Guide, Arkansas B & B Association, Fodor's "America's Best Bed and Breakfasts", 1997, among others. Featured in "America's Painted Ladies", Southern Living, Country Inns, and in other major magazines and newspapers.
Owners/host: Ralph and Phyllis Becker
This and other Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast Inns can be found here in The Register.
Romantic Country Inns, Getaways and B&Bs offer a great Ozark lodging alternative to big hotels.
A warm comfortable bed and a tasty breakfast can make for a great vacation or business travel day!