Tiffany's Bed & Breakfast

1632 Hwy 347, Bismarck, Arkansas 71929
Innkeeper(s): Robert & Tiffany Bertram
  • Introduction

    Welcome to Tiffany’s, an all non-smoking Hot Springs, Arkansas area bed and breakfast! Your Arkansas getaway begins as you pull off the highway into our drive, and immediately feel yourself relaxing. Take a moment to let your senses take in the surroundings: 60 acres of hills and trees, the chirping of birds, the sweet scent of roses, the feel of the sun warming your skin, and you can practically taste the herbs in the garden.

    You’ve come here to get away from it all - no cell phones, no TVs, just peaceful and quiet lodging. Yet, you are only 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Hot Springs and just 10 minutes from boating and fishing activities at DeGray Lake.

    Enjoy your morning coffee on the full-length porch while doing some bird watching. Then join us in the dining room for breakfast at Tiffany’s. After breakfast, take a hike in the woods, learn some of the history of Point Cedar Mine - the remnants of which are located on our property - or head into Hot Springs and enjoy America’s first National Park. Shopping, entertainment, and dining options await you in the "Spa City."

    With a degree in Hotel Management from UNLV, and nearly 20 years experience with some of the top hotel brands in the country, Tiffany Bertram has always had a passion for hospitality. She and her husband, Robert, have combined their love of travel with an eagerness to welcome guests into their own home by opening Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast. This Hot Springs area bed and breakfast is a log cabin home located on 60 acres of natural Arkansas beauty. Robert and Tiffany are also wildlife enthusiasts who have been recognized by the National Wildlife Federation for creating a Certified Wildlife Habitat on their grounds. Robert is also a horticulturist who enjoys growing orchids and sharing them in the guest rooms when they are in bloom.

    Guests will usually be greeted by our outdoor dog, Mac.  He is always happy to act as a guide as you explore the two walking trails on our grounds.  While Robert and Tiffany are very pet friendly, Mac insists that he gets all the attention, and ask that you not bring your own pets for fear that you might not provide him with enough affection during your stay.

    All of the rooms in our Arkansas bed and breakfast are equipped with hair dryer, extra blankets & pillows, iron & ironing board, bathrobes, slippers, cork screw & bottle opener, shampoo, shower gel, bar soap, lotion, and bubble bath. A small refrigerator for guest use is located in the upstairs hallway. A microwave is available in the kitchen for late-night snack attacks.

    During your stay at our Hot Springs area lodging accommodations, feel free to make yourself at home. The living room on the main level is available for your comfort and relaxation. Satellite TV, DVD with movies, stereo, piano, books, magazines, games, and game table are all provided. Be sure to take advantage of our full-length front porch, complete with porch swing and bird feeders, or our back porch with a hammock to lounge in while listening to the sounds of nature. Both porches are also wonderful places to spend a rainy afternoon!

    Guest rooms are limited to a maximum of two adults per room. Children are welcome with well-behaving parents (rollaways or cribs are not available). Smoking is NOT allowed anywhere on the property.

    After a refreshing night’s sleep in your room, come to the dining room to enjoy a hearty family-style breakfast prepared by Chef Bob.

    Savor a delicious entree featuring a variety of eggs, potatoes, and meats accompanied by an assortment of breads, muffins, or pastries. Add a finishing touch of fresh fruits, juice, and freshly brewed coffee or tea and you have just enjoyed breakfast at Tiffany’s!

    Our large dining room table seats 6 people comfortably. Each time a guest visits Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast, they will be served something different, adding another dimension to your Tiffany’s breakfast experience. We try to accommodate those guests with dietary concerns, so please mention them to us when booking your reservation.

    We also have fresh-baked brownies waiting for you when you check in. There is a refrigerator available for all our guests to use, and water, hot drinks, and snacks are always within reach.

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Robert & Tiffany Bertram for sharing their own secrets with!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    For a Getaway.

    What are you best known for? 

    Our location.

    What makes your inn unique? 

    We have 60 acres of woods and we are just 14 miles from Hot Springs, AR .

    What do you love most about your inn?

    Guests can come here to relax and unwind – no cell phones; no TVs in rooms.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    Historic Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    "The room was immaculate, every little detail of the room was carefully thought through to welcome and relax."

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Garvan Woodland Gardens.

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    Hike in Hot Springs National Park, visit Historic Bathhouse Row, enjoy downtown art galleries; Garvan Woodland Gardens; DeGray Lake sunset or moonlight cruise; Lake Catherine State Park Fall Creek Falls; Hickory Nut Overlook at Lake Ouachita.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    There are 2 walking trails on property: wildlife & bird watching.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Via Roma Italian Restaurant

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have a 3 rooms.

    Do you accept pets?

    We do not accept pets.


  • The Area

    During your stay at Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast, you’ll have an opportunity to experience many of the wonderful things to do in the scenic beauty of the Ouachita Mountains region of Arkansas. Hot Springs has a wealth of Arkansas attractions, fun activities, and year-round outdoor adventures for all ages and interests.

    DeGray Lake is just minutes from Tiffany’s and offers boating, fishing, hiking, beaches, golf, and horseback riding. Guided boat tours include summer sunset tours, moonlight cruises on full moon evenings, and eagle watching tours in the winter.

    Hot Springs National Park is America’s first National Park. Here visitors can enjoy Historic Bathhouse Row, Hot Springs Fine Arts District, 26 miles of hiking trails, 3 scenic drives, and a look out over the entire area at the Hot Springs Mountain Tower.

    Rock hounds can mine for diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park, the only diamond mine in North America, and numerous crystal mines in the vicinity.

    Nature lovers will marvel at the beauty of Garvan Woodland Gardens, a year-round botanical masterpiece on the shores of Lake Hamilton. Seasonally, the Gardens feature more than 1.7 million lights in a winter wonderland from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve.

    Live thoroughbred horse racing is held at Oaklawn Jockey Club every January through April, and simulcast racing and gaming can be enjoyed year round.

    For kids, or adults who want to act like kids, Magic Springs & Crystal Falls is an amusement and water park that combines great fun during the summer with free live concerts every Saturday night. Mid America Science Museum is a hands-on science center that lets you learn while having fun. There are several miniature golf courses in Hot Springs, as well as an aquarium, alligator farm, gangster museum - and a chance to “ride the ducks!"

    Shopaholics can shop till they drop at Hot Springs Mall, Arkansas antique shops, souvenir gift shops, and Hot Springs art galleries that feature the work of many local artists.

    Hot Springs nightlife includes night clubs, live music, family entertainment, magic shows, international cuisine, river boat dining, and romantic walks along the Promenade.

    First Friday of Every Month: Gallery Walk, downtown Hot Springs
    >> January 10-April 12: Live thoroughbred horse racing, Oaklawn Park
    >> January 24-26: Eagles Et Cetera, DeGray Lake State Park
    >> February 7-16:  "Steel Magnolias", Pocket Theatre
    >> February 15-March 15:  Daffodil Days, Garvan Woodland Gardens
    >> February 28-March 2:  Hot Springs Boat, Tackle & RV Show, Hot Springs Convention Center
    >> March 15-April 19:  Tulip Extravaganza, Garvan Woodland Gardens
    >> March 17:  First Ever 11th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, Bridge Street
    >> April 14-15:  Moonlight Cruises, DeGray Lake State Park
    >> May 1-3:  Hot Springs Corvette Weekend, Hot Springs
    >> May 17:  Running of the Tubs, downtown Hot Springs
    >> June 1-14: Hot Springs Music Festival, downtown Hot Springs
    >> June 13-14: Moonlight Cruises, DeGray Lake
    >> July 4: Fireworks Display, DeGray Lake State Park
    >> August 1-10: "4 Weddings & an Elvis", Pocket Theatre
    >> August 9-11: Moonlight Cruises, DeGray Lake
    >> August 30-31: Hot Springs Blues Festival, Hot Springs
    >> September 4-6: Hot Springs Motorcycle Rally, Hot Springs
    >> September 16-21: 23rd Annual Jazz Fest, Hot Springs
    >> October 10-19: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Arlington Hotel
    >> November 21-December 31: Holiday Lights, Garvan Woodland Gardens

  • Directions

    Located amidst 60 acres of hills and trees in the scenic Ouachita Mountains region, our bed and breakfast in Arkansas is a peaceful country retreat.

    Not only are our accommodations convenient to fishing and boating on Lake Hamilton and DeGray Lake, but the B&B is also the perfect lodging destination for your Hot Springs, Arkansas travel. Spend your day exploring the activities and attractions in Hot Springs, just 20 minutes away, then return to relax in the quiet comfort of Tiffany's.

    Some online mapping services as well as GPS systems have difficulty locating us. Please use the directions provided here to ensure the most direct route to Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast.

    From Little Rock: 

    • Take I-30 west to Exit 91 (AR-84 toward Social Hill)
    • Turn left onto AR-84 W for approximately 24 miles
    • Turn right onto AR-347 (Point Cedar Grocery is located at this intersection)
    • Drive 1.5 miles and Tiffany’s will be on the right, in the middle of a set of “S” curves
    • You will see our “log cabin” mailbox at the side of the road with our house number on it as well as our sign

    From Dallas:

    • Take I-30 east to Exit 78 (AR-7 N/Caddo Valley/Hot Springs)
    • Turn left onto AR-7 N for 12 miles to the stoplight in Bismarck
    • Turn left onto AR-84 W and drive 9 miles
    • Turn right onto AR-347 (Point Cedar Grocery is located at this intersection)
    • Drive 1.5 miles and Tiffany’s will be on the right, in the middle of a set of “S” curves
    • You will see our “log cabin” mailbox at the side of the road with our house number on it as well as our sign

    From Oklahoma (via Mena, AR): 

    • Take AR-8 through Glenwood to Amity. At Amity, follow the round-about to AR-84 E approximately 12.5 miles to AR-347
    • Turn left onto AR-347 (Point Cedar Grocery is located at this intersection)
    • Drive 1.5 miles and Tiffany’s will be on the right, in the middle of a set of “S” curves
    • You will see our “log cabin” mailbox at the side of the road with our house number on it as well as our sign

    From Hot Springs:

    • Follow Central Ave. /AR-7 S. across the Lake Hamilton bridges to Amity Road (the first stoplight after you cross the lake)
    • Turn right onto Amity Rd. and travel 8 miles until you see the blue & white sign that reads “Lone Cedar Cabins & Tiffany’s B&B” on your right
    • Turn left onto AR-347 (street sign reads Point Cedar Rd.)
    •  Travel 6 miles and Tiffany’s will be on the left in the middle of a set of “S” curves, just after Lone Cedar Cabins on the right
    • You will see our “log cabin” mailbox at the side of the road with our house number on it, as well as our sign