The Peabody House Historic Inn and Cottage
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Peabody House Historic Inn & Cottage is located in in historic Eureka Springs.
All the amenities of a four-star hotel, cleverly couched in classic antique style.
In all of its historical grandeur, the three-story Peabody House proudly rises one block above the heart of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. The Peabody House features all the amenities of a four-star hotel, cleverly couched in classic antique style. Our 1883 Eureka Springs lodging is steps away from restaurants, shopping, antiquing, and wandering the scenic streets of our beautiful historic town.
Our King Bedchambers include these comforts:
- Fine linens and spare comfy pillows
- Large, private baths with whirlpool spa for two
- Sitting area
- Wet bar with mini-icebox, microwave, coffee maker
- Gourmet coffee, assortment of complimentary soda, juice, bottled water
- CD/Stereo, Cable TV/VCR and large movie library
- Personal climate control – heat and air conditioning, ceiling fans
- Antiques with tales to tell
- Private entrance, veranda with Kennedy rocking chairs
- Continental breakfast with bread or pastry, juice, coffee, fresh fruit
Activities in Historic Eureka Springs
For veteran traveler or newcomer, there is always something interesting and new to experience in Eureka Springs. Hike the hills around town or out by Lake Leatherwood. Spend a day trying to visit every antique shop listed in the Eureka Springs antique shopping guide. You will be shocked at the treasures you will find!
Take a float trip by canoe, or kayak down one the three gorgeous spring fed rivers, the White River, the Kings River and the Buffalo River, christened a National Scenic Riverway. Recuperate before dinner in you large guest chambers, and lounge in your private double spa with our complimentary Peabody House bath salts while you plan your evening out on the town. You may prefer to stay in and enjoy a video from our house library in the snugness of your chambers while sipping hot cocoa.
Walking is everything in Eureka Springs. Capturing the flavor of stair-stepped Victorian town should be done on foot for the full effect. Spend a day visiting the natural springs tucked into grottos all over town while enjoying local gardens and flowering terraces. October is our busiest month, so book early for your up-close view of the autumn leaves. The trees spend all year getting ready for the colorful show. Take a rejuvenating stroll in the cool autumn air. Mid-November’s crisp air and smoking chimneys welcome the holiday season. Dazzling Christmas lights and the Tour of Homes are just two of the many reasons to visit The Peabody House Historic Inn and Cottage!