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The award-winning Angel at Rose Hall in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is a 4-Diamond AAA rated bed and breakfast located in the Historic District. A Christian B&B, the Angel at Rose Hall Wedding Chapel and Bed and Breakfast is a magnificent recreation of an 1880's historic Victorian mansion. Built in 1999, the Angel at Rose Hall and staff strive to unite modern comforts with the gracious elegance of a bygone era while offering a devotion to Victorian refinements.
Specializing in weddings and wedding packages, receptions, honeymoons, romantic getaways, and anniversary packages, The Angel is the only Eureka Springs bed and breakfast to be awarded the coveted and prestigious 4-Diamond AAA rating and is considered to be "in a class of its own."
Enjoy exceptional luxurious comforts in truly unique surroundings. Inside the main entry parlor elegant Victorian antiques and century-old stained glass windows await you. The Angel at Rose Hall is like no other bed and breakfast you have ever stayed. The mansion is brand new, specifically built as a bed and breakfast, a careful blend of modern day amenities with the ambiance of a grand Victorian manor house. Our 5 elegant suites are enormous, ranging from 650 square feet to over 750 square feet. Our luxury accommodations feature king-size beds, large 2-person Jacuzzi soaking tubs, fireplaces, balconies, and a host of amenities that rival the grandest of luxury hotels.
Each suite is tucked high above the treetops, a private oasis from the noise of passing automobiles and tourists. Unlike most of the bed and breakfast in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, we have a convenient rear entrance with just a few steps. No need to lug your suitcase up a narrow stairway. In addition, we are situated on about 1 acre of land with plenty of off-street parking.
Nearby area attractions are: The Great Passion Play, horseback riding, museums, art galleries, fabulous shopping, walking trails, golf courses, two large lakes, white water sports, canoeing, biking, and great dining. We are only one hour south of Branson, Mo. We are happy to serve you while you enjoy our lodging accommodations. To help make your trip to Eureka Springs an enjoyable one, the staff at the award-winning Angel at Rose Hall, want to make sure your visit is memorable. We like to think of our vacationing guests as extended family.
If you need local maps, brochures, information on dining, shopping, area attractions or suggestions on how to best enjoy your Eureka Springs "Extraordinary Escape", we are here for you. In addition we offer a variety of romantic lodging and getaway packages. We would be more than happy to create and personalize a romantic vacation package for you and your sweetie. Don't feel left out, girlfriends, we can help to ensure your special getaway from the kids is special as well.
As our special guests, please take advantage of the many lodging amenities that are included in your stay. Soak in our 2-person Jacuzzi tubs, add complimentary bath salts and enjoy your own private spa. Maybe spend the afternoon sitting out on your private balcony reading while munching on our famous baked goodies. Or take a walk down to our gazebo and sit by our fishpond. But whatever you do, don't miss our grand gourmet breakfast every morning. This is a do not miss! Our friendly innkeepers are available and eager to help you plan your Eureka Springs vacation.
Individual Climate Control
Private Bath with large showers
2 person Jacuzzi Tub & Bath Salts
Designer Robes and Towels
Designer Linens, All Beds are Triple Sheeted
Full gourmet breakfast
Free snacks, cookies, brownies, and fresh fruit
Close to downtown restaurants
Business amenities & services
Ice machines available
Fax machine available
Refrigerator, Iron and Board
Telephone, Alarm Clock, Cable TV/VCR, DVD/CD Player
Reading & DVD Library available
Wireless Internet access available
Breakfast at the award-winning Angel at Rose Hall is indeed a sumptuous affair. Wake up to the aroma of our own gourmet blend of coffee brewing or to the smell of one of our baked specialties. Breakfast is served daily in our spacious breakfast room, tastefully served to you at your own individual table. Our bed and breakfast recipes have been carefully created and prepared by the resident innkeepers. Please feel free to copy and share our recipes with your friends and family as a memory of your trip to the Angel at Rose Hall, in Historic Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Our Full Gourmet Breakfast (Changes daily)
Fresh Seasonal Fruit Compote
Main Entrée: Egg and cheese Soufflés, vegetable quiche, French toast,
blueberry pancakes, ham and cheese omelets, Brie, apple, onion and sausage puff,
breakfast frittata, pecan-encrusted Belgium waffles.
Breakfast sides: Breakfast corn scones, breakfast potatoes, biscuits
Meats: Sausage links or patties or thick-cut smoked bacon
Dessert: Lemon poppy seed cake, carrot cake, strawberry shortcakes,
a variety of cheesecakes, pumpkin bread, banana nut bread, apple pie
Juice, coffee and assortment of teas
With perfect grace, the Angel at Rose Hall offers a place for that special time of your life. It is our sincere wish that your stay at our inn is special and memorable. Our B&B staff will make every effort to ensure that you and your special someone experience the ultimate in romance and service. We love to do small weddings at the Angel at Rose Hall. The gazebo is a perfect spot for an intimate ceremony with a heavenly view. Generations have enjoyed our delightful parlor where weddings are made special by soothing candlelight, the warm glow of the fireplace, and a staircase perfect for that grand entrance. Let us help you plan your romantic Victorian wedding with prices starting at $155. We will be here to help you with planning, music, flowers, chauffeured limousines, photography, rentals, Eureka Springs honeymoon packages, and more!
The Angel at Rose Hall is the only Bed and Breakfast in the state of Arkansas
to receive the coveted AAA 4 Diamond Award. Less than 3% of the lodging in the US bears this distinction. The Angel at Rose Hall is in a class of its own. In addition to this honor the Angel is the only Bed and Breakfast in Eureka Springs that is subject to unannounced property inspections, which include an overnight stay. According to Mike Right, AAA Vice President, "AAA Four Diamond winners like the Angel at Rose Hall rank among the nation's finest for providing consistent, truly memorable experiences, complete with superior personal service, and quality amenities and ambiance."
The Angel at Rose Hall was featured in
the Kansas City Star as one of five Romantic Getaways.
The Angel at Rose Hall was featured in the Sun Sentinel newspaper
in the article "Eureka! Honeymooners have found their way."
The article includes colorful comments by famed travel writer Tom Swick.
The Angel at Rose Hall was recently featured in the wedding magazine "The Knot" (Photograph by Dennis L. Collins).
The Angel at Rose Hall was recently featured in the wedding magazine
"Weddings with Style" (Photograph by Dennis L. Collins).
The Angel at Rose Hall was featured in the Arkansas magazine "CitiScapes" as one of several
romantic Bed and Breakfasts to visit in Northwest Arkansas. (Photograph by Dennis L. Collins)
The Angel at Rose Hall was featured in the magazine "Ozarks" In the article: Reverse Renovation in the Victorian Village.
How To Find Us
The Angel at Rose Hall, our Eureka Springs, Arkansas bed and breakfast located in the historic district of town, is a wonderful alternative to hotel lodging during your vacation or weekend getaway.
Eureka Springs is made up of two areas. "Up on the Highway" is where the motels, Pizza Hut, McDonalds, grocery stores, etc. are located. The historic district, which lies in a valley, is the location of the century-old Court House, hundreds of Victorian shops, grand houses, fine restaurants, museums, and many walking trails. We are located close to the downtown shops just a short three-block stroll from our inn. Highway 23 North (Main Street) is the street running north and south through the Victorian downtown.
When you enter Eureka Springs on Hwy 62, you will need to exit onto Hwy 23 North and come down the hill into the valley. Turn into the downtown in front of the Community First Bank. After turning down the hill, travel 1.5 miles on Hwy N23 until you arrive at the Steam Train Station. At the station, turn left and that will be Hillside Avenue, and we are approximately 1 1/2 block up Hillside Avenue on the right a large red brick at 46 Hillside Avenue.
The Great Outdoors
- Eureka Springs boasts four seasons. Each distinctive, yet mild. Because of this, couples are able to enjoy outdoor activities year round. Eureka Springs Weather
- Belle of the Ozark Tour Boat. Tour pristine Beaver Lake. Enjoy a narrative tour given by the Captain and his first mate wife. If you prefer a bit more rugged adventure, consider a canoe trip down the Kings or White River.
- Rural Eureka is the perfect setting for horseback riding. Tucked outside the city limits are many ranches where you and your sweetie can spend the afternoon trail riding, including Hidden Valley Guest Ranch, and Dinner Bell Ranch.
- Maybe pack a picnic lunch and drive out to Lake Leatherwood. It is considered the largest city park in the US. It has over 15 miles of mountain bike/hiking trails, plus boat rentals, fishing, swimming, and a gorgeous view off the dam. Lake Leatherwood is a great place to hike the forested trails at dusk. Holding hands at the dam at sunset, revealing the beautiful reflections of the hills and clouds in the water.
- Eureka boasts over 100 natural springs. Pay a visit to Crescent, Grotto, or Harding Springs. Each of the Springs is nestled below huge stone cliffs. These smooth rock formations provide the perfect canvas for flowering plants. The resident arborist has carefully placed beautiful flowering plants in the natural nooks and crannies of these mammoth walls of stone. Each Spring is surrounded in a park-like setting and equipped with benches for contemplation and reflection.
- Tour downtown Eureka Springs by foot, bike, or trolley. Our trolley system, Eureka Springs Transit, recreates the principle mode of transportation in early Eureka Springs. There are more than 100 stops on the route.
- The Great Passion Play, performed in an outdoor amphitheater. This epic drama is of The Greatest Story Ever Told. Performed nightly during the months of April through October.
- If time permits, visit St. Elizabeth Catholic Church through the belfry (the only way) just outside the church, and visit the "energy vortex" in the gardens.
- No trip is complete without a horse-drawn carriage ride through historic Eureka. Not only is this a visual feast but an entertaining one. Narrated by your host and driver with tales of the past and present. Tours provided by Olden Days Carriage and Southern Pride Carriage Tour.
- The perfect ending to a day of romance, evening strolls in the dusky light. The amber glow of downtown lights up Spring Street through the winding avenues lined with stately and glorious Victorians.
Unique Shops, Gallery Walking, Restaurants, Bars and Pubs
If you can't find it in the shop you entered, the shopkeepers will do their best to call their neighbors and find it for you. Shops host one-of-a-kind appeal and unique gifts for all. Not only are the shops quaint and romantic, but the galleries are as well. The readers of American Style magazine have selected Eureka Springs repeatedly as one of the "Top 25 Art Destination". Eureka galleries host many world-renowned artists.
- Something Simple
- Eclectic Edge
- Wilson and Wilson Folk Art
- Sow's Ear Antiques and Books
- Eureka Springs Artists
- Eureka Thyme
- 83 Spring Street Gallery
- Studio 62 Art Gallery
- Feather Your Nest
- Susan Morrison Signature Gallery
- Eureka Fine Art Company
- Belle Patine
Our restaurant fare is as diverse as the residents who live here. You can find Indian to Italian. Big steaks to seafood, and, of course, there is no shortage of watering holes.
Gaskins Cabin Steakhouse and the Grand Tavern are favorite haunts for dinner. You will find an old-fashioned romantic atmosphere where you will spy guests holding hands across the candlelit tables. Magical views from the Crescent's rooftop bar: Sipping a glass of wine or martini. Bars, bistros, pubs celebrate a cross section of unique brews to the eclectic array of the music from Bluegrass, Jazz, Reggae, and Rock. Dancing under the stars or sitting outside tucked in between towering rock walls and listening to great music at New Delhi. Or maybe a warm welcome, cozy "let's play footsie" table seating and hearty "ArkMex" morning fare at Oasis. You can find it all here in Eureka.
We also recommend the following for Fine Dining:
Devito's Italian Restaurant
Take one of the two romantic walking tours of our "Victorian Village". Historic Eureka Springs is on the National Register of Historic Places. It includes more than 100 restored Victorian buildings. The village of Eureka has the largest collection of Victorian architecture in the Central U.S.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has selected Eureka Springs as one of 12 communities in the U.S. as a Cultural Destination. The criteria: well-managed growth, a dynamic downtown, a commitment to preservation, interesting architecture, cultural diversity, and "walkability" for residents and visitors.
Spas and Bath Houses
Lavender and eucalyptus oil is always in the air. Wash away the stress of life in one of the many spas here in town. Some facilities host couples' rooms where couples can have spa services done at the same time. Baths, massage, full-body scrubs, and facials, just take your pick. We would be more than happy to make your reservations.
Endless Array of Activities
- Eureka Springs offers an endless array of activities for all visitors. Plan to visit the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge wild big cat preserve and sanctuary. That's right - lions, tigers and even a bear! The sanctuary is an adoption center for large cats that have been abandon by their owners. It is through the generous donations of visitors that the refuge stays open. Don't miss this one.
- Abundant Memories Heritage Village - Come take a walk back through time as you explore 25 picturesque shops and homes that make up this 10-acre, 1700-1800's historical village. Every building is full, displaying an enormous collection of thousands of authentic antique artifacts.
- Eureka Van Tours - A two hour narrative tour of Historic Eureka Springs. Visit the Thorncrown Chapel, Christ of the Ozark Statue, Historic Loop and it's Painted Ladies, East Mountain Overlook, Home of Carry Nation, Rosalie Tour Home, and Historic Springs and Gardens. 479-981-1559
- Blue Springs Heritage - The largest spring in Northwest Arkansas, recently named to the National Register of Historic Places, has an output of 38 million gallons per day at its peak. There are 33 acres of beautiful gardens, plants, and blooms.
- Eureka Springs and North Arkansas Railway - Step back in time to an earlier age of locomotive transportation and enjoy the Excursion Train or the Dining Car. Enjoy the elegant flavor of the 1920s aboard the Eurekan Dining Car. You dine on perfectly prepared cuisine as the clickety-clack takes you back.
- Quigley's Castle is the dream home of Elise Quigley (1910-1984). Her grandchildren invite visitors to wander through her perennial garden of over 400 varieties of flowers. The garden paths wind around secluded benches, a lily pond, and birdbaths up to her home, which she beautifully covered with stones that she'd collected since childhood. See how she found a way to sleep in treetops full of bloom. Tropical plants grow in the natural soil of the first floor and brush the ceiling of the second floor. She has a butterfly, fossil, crystal, arrowhead, and glassware collection beyond imagination.
- If the weather is too warm and sunny and you need a break from the world above pay a visit to Onyx Cave and Cosmic Cavern.
- Ozark Mountain Hoe-Down Music Theatre and Pine Mountain Jamboree - If you love top-tapping music, then you don't want to miss the Hoe-Down or the Jamboree. Both venues are favorites by the locals. It's down home family fun, featuring: Bluegrass, Pop, classic Country, and a little bit Rock and Roll. Both shows offer good old American family entertainment. Highly recommended.
- Opera in the Ozarks at Inspiration Point is a unique festival. Opera in the Ozarks has earned the reputation of being a prominent training program for singers. One of the most picturesque spots in the south central U.S., Opera in the Ozarks is located seven miles west of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, on scenic Route 62. Inspiration Point is a look-out site situated atop Candy Rock Mountain between the beautiful White River Valley and Beaver Lake.
- Shakespeare in the Park is a fitting end to summer festivities. Held at the Basin Park, generally to standing-room-only crowds. Last summer visitors enjoyed productions created by John Merritt and his talented professional players, "Theatre Squared", they are based in Fayetteville.
- War Eagle Mill Visit an authentic working working water-powered gristmill. The mill is a historical reproduction. Created to provide a taste of nostalgic reminiscence of the pioneering spirit. During the spring and autumn, the War Eagle fairgrounds are the site of the War Eagle Arts and Crafts Festival. This is not to be missed. For you crafters and antiques collectors you will find a plentiful selection of collectables and treasures to take home with you.
- Tall Tales Fishing Guide Service
- Eureka Springs City Auditorium-for information and tickets sales on upcoming concerts Blues Festival
Native American Festival & Pow Wow
Fat Tire -Mountain Bike Festival
Eureka Springs Bluegrass Festival
35th Annual Eureka Springs Antique Automobile Festival
15th Annual Eureka Springs Corvette Weekend
58th Ozark Folk Festival
May Festival of the Arts
Carroll County Cruisers All Mustang and Open Car Show
Spring War Eagle Mill Crafts Fair
Fall War Eagle Arts and Crafts Fair
11th Annual Street Rod & Custom Car Show
Annual VW Weekend
Chainsaw Carving Festival
- Candlelight Tour of Homes in December
- Beyond Dickens-Visit Bethlehem and celebrate the first Christmas
Angel at Rose Hall specializes in weddings and special events.
Whether you are planning an intimate romantic elopement for just the two of you or a large family gathering, the award-winning Angel at Rose Hall is the perfect location to host your wedding or special event. In addition to wedding ceremonies, the Angel is a perfect setting for other gatherings, such as holiday parties, wedding receptions, vow renewals, anniversaries, meetings, and retreats.
Built in 1999, the Angel has been the site for well over 2,000 wedding ceremonies. The Angel provides picturesque vistas, elegant furnishings, and unparalleled service, the perfect upscale backdrop for your intimate event. With our team of experts, let us help you plan your special day. Wedding packages start at $150. We are here to assist you with the planning, music, flowers, catering, and more.
You may choose to host your wedding or special event in our stately parlor or charming gazebo.
Generations for years have enjoyed our delightful parlor, where weddings are made special by soothing candlelight, antique furnishings, and a staircase perfect for that grand entrance. The parlor and entry parlor is a lovely space, with elegant proportions, tall ceilings crowned with rich layers of carved oak molding. Walls faux finished in a warm hue that flatter soft flesh tones. Even the fairest of brides appear to blush. These lovely walls are further punctuated by large planes of beveled and centuries-old stain glass that softly illuminates this grand space. Our hard wood and well-honed slate flooring are tastefully covered with hand-woven antique carpets. Make your entrance down the grand staircase. Choose to hold your ceremony in front of our stately Victorian fireplace with hand-carved mantle or our oversized grand picture window, where there is plenty of room even for the largest of wedding parties.
Weather permitting, we would be happy to host your special day in our charming outdoor gazebo. Hold your ceremony in our lush garden under a canopy of aged hardwoods, step back into the scents and sights of yesteryear. With garden views, sights of butterflies, sounds of birdsong, and fresh spring water trickling into our pond and waterfall, our charming gazebo is a popular location choice made by many brides.
All ceremonies can be individualized to meet your special needs.
Arkansas Marriage License Requirements
- You can get your license at any County Clerk's office in Arkansas.
- Marriage license only can be used in Arkansas, but it can be used in any Arkansas county, regardless of which county you get it in.
- Bride & groom must both be present to get license.
- There is no blood test or waiting period required in Arkansas.
- Only cash is accepted. (No refunds)
- Bride and groom must be 18 years of age. If under 18, consent from both sets of parents is required.
- If over 18 years of age, bride and groom only need to present a valid driver's license or state ID or birth certificate.
- Marriage license must be returned to the County Clerk's office within 60 days - used or unused.