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I went in June of 2013 and had a blast and I believe stayed two nights. I tripped and fell outside of an art gallery just two blocks away and skinned my knee and twisted both ankles pretty bad. The owner of the restaurant took...More
Response from Elise D, Owner at 1881 Crescent Cottage InnResponded 23 May 2018
Thank you so much for the kind words! It's always a pleasure to do all we can to help our guests enjoy their stay.
Please bear with us. We're making our way back from last September's fire and will be reopening later this year, all...More
This was our first stay at a bed and breakfast. Ray and Elise made it memorable. They were amazing hosts. The room was beautiful and just what my wife and I were needing. The breakfast was delicious and filling. Thank you to Ray and Elise...More
We stayed in Charlottes room to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We loved it, the room was spacious, big whirl pool tub, and a beautiful private porch just off the room that was so peaceful. Ray and Elise (owners) were so kind, friendly and helpful. Breakfast...More
Elise & Ray have owned this since 2001; they have preserved it well and the historical significance of the 1881 Crescent Cottage Inn. The First Governor of Arkansas had lived here in the 1880's! It was the First BnB in Eureka Springs! You have creaky...More
This charming home (now a B & B) was built in 1881 by a General after the Civil War that became one of the State's Governors. The couple owners will make you feel welcomed and at home. You'll never forget tasteful decor, the atmosphere, the...More
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.