Bed & Breakfast Association of Arkansas

17221 Hwy 9, Mountain View, Arkansas 72560
  • Introduction

    Our Historic inns, cottages, ranches and cabins are the most gracious accommodations in a state known for its hospitality, we welcome you to Arkansas, the natural state.

    From Little Rock, the capital city with its vast historic district, to the spectacular Ozark Mountains, the revitalizng waters of Hot Springs' spas and lakes, to the charm of countless small, picturesque towns across the state. Arkansas opens its arms to you.

    The diversity of our bed & breakfast lodgings are as vast and lavish as the terrain and seasons of our beautiful state. Business travelers, vacationers, honeymooners, romantics, first and long time bed and breakfast visitors and folks passing through will all find their perfect getaway among these fine accommodations of Arkansas.

    We are where you need us, with properties in 37 cities and towns across Arkansas. Arkansas offers everything from beautiful town squares, lakes and rivers, forest and plains to main streets and mountains. We look forward to sharing it with you, and welcoming you into your home away from home in Arkansas.


    Membership in the BBAA is contingent on mandatory inspection by an independent group of professionals. Biennual follow-up inspections are a condition of continued membership.

    Inspection standards cover safety, food preparation, cleanliness, comfort and standard required amenities. When you choose a BBAA Registered & Inspected property, you are assured the highest standards in the lodging industry.

    Enjoy Your Bed & Breakfast Lodging Experience!

    For more Arkansas travel information please
    see the Arkansas State Parks and Tourism Home Page



  • Central Arkansas

    The Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park provides testimony to this region's appeal since prehistoric times. Where the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains step down to meet the flat farmlands of the Delta, central Arkansas is now home to over a half a million residents. Centered around the capital city of Little Rock, the area is bustling with nightlife, museums, art galleries, festivals, fine lodging and plenty of shopping connected by the River Rail Electric Streetcar system.

    When you're ready for some fresh air, Little Rock's Riverfront Park, situated along the Arkansas River, is over 17 acres of recreational space including a 1,200-seat amphitheater and historical pavilion. The Clinton Presidential Library is situated nearby in a 30-acre city park. Just a short drive northwest, the Pinnacle Mountain State Park offers a panoramic view of the regional peaks and river bottomlands. Bring your gear and enjoy biking, hiking, golf, tennis, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and more in the vital Arkansas heartland.

    Check out the Central BBAA members listed below for a
    description and contact information (many also have color pictures)



    Miss Martha's Pine Hill Bed & Breakfast
    Cabot, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-843-7646

    "You get the whole house!" The new cottage is 1,000 feet surrounded by 100 A. of singing pines. You'll be safe and secure! You'll enjoy wonderful homemade food, relaxing walking trails, an outside deck where you can enjoy your morning coffee in the warm sunshine! You'll love the whipporwills!


    Ward Mansion B&B
    Conway, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-499-1400 or 501-764-0900

    Charming, Completely Restored, 3 Bedroom Suites, King/Queen Beds, Cable TV, WIFI, Full Breakfast. Located in Historic District Close to University, Colleges and Vibrant Downtown Conway

    Little Rock


    An Enchanting Evening
    Little Rock, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-330-2182

    Located only 20 minutes from West Little Rock, An Enchanting Evening is a luxury log cabin retreat where you can escape everyday life. Treat yourself to a relaxing evening in a private mountain top cabin featuring: scenic views, private hot tub under stars, and stacked rock fireplace. Call us today!

    Baker House Bed & Breakfast
    Little Rock (N. Little Rock), Arkansas
    Phone: 501-372-9930

    Stay Downtown For Only $89 On The Trolley Line. Walk to restaurants, galleries, Verizon Arena and the Ballpark all within three blocks or ride the trolley to all the Little Rock downtown attractions including the Clinton Library, Convention Center, downtown museums and the Rivermarket

    Robinwood B&B
    Little Rock, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-372-0999

    Robinwood Bed & Breakfast takes you back to another era one of elegance, style and grace. The circa 1913 Prairie-style structure maintains all of its charm and beauty while offering guests all the modern amenities. You might say Robinwood is where Frank Lloyd Wright meets High Def TV and wireless Internet!

    Little Rock, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-374-7456

    Built in 1880 as a gentleman farmer's intown estate, Rosemont is the only authentic Victorian era farmhouse remaining in Little Rock's vast Quapaw Quarter Historic District. Combined with distinctive Italianate exterior features, the inn's intact interior transports guests to the 19th century.

    The Empress of Little Rock
    Little Rock, Arkansas
    Phone: 501- 374-7966
    Toll Free: 877-374-7966

    Imagine an evening in the family parlor at the Biltmore, surrounded by luxurious antiques, the warmth of the fire draining away the tension of a busy corporate day, stretched out in your smoking jacket or Victorian dressing gown. That is The Empress of Little Rock, "the forgotten experience".

  • Central Ozarks

    This region is a fisherman's paradise with tantalizing trout fishing along the White River and bass biting in Bull Shoals Lake. But don't miss the hiking, camping, canoeing and championship golf at Greers Ferry Lake, many fine restaurants or the natural wonders of Mammoth Spring and Blanchard Springs Cavern.

    Located in Mountain View, the Ozark Folk Center State Park uniquely preserves the Southern mountain culture and music. A "living museum" with quilting, furniture making and 18 other craft demonstrations and the annual Arkansas Folk Festival will get your toes tapping!

    While ambling along the many scenic roadways, keep an eye out for the many antique, arts and crafts shops for a lasting souvenir of your visit. Come for the experience, stay for the fall foliage!

    Check out the Central Ozark BBAA members listed below for a
    description and contact information (many also have color pictures)


    The White River Inn
    Cotter, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-430-2233

    The White River Inn is a 7000 sq ft luxury log lodge on the White River.It was designed and constructed by the owners to provide the most upscale and luxurious accomodations on the White River .Privacy and magnificent views are guaranteed .Come experience southern hospitality at its very best.


    Old Ferry Road B&B
    Lakeview (Mountain Home), Arkansas
    Phone: 870-431-4446

    Old Ferry Road Bed and Breakfast is a luxury lodging option in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. It is a secluded retreat where guests enjoy relaxation, romance, and recreation. A private cottage on the White River, River Creel Cottage, is the perfect place for anglers and family and friend getaways.


    Killebrew House B & B
    Leslie, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-504-0238

    Spend a quiet evening with us at this beautiful colonial-style home in the heart of the Ozarks. Filled with antiques and located in the small Ozarks town of Leslie, Arkansas, Killebrew house offers a relaxing getaway with amenities like high-speed wireless internet!

    Mountain Home

    Mountain Memories B&B
    Mountain Home, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-492-2222

    Mountain Memories Bed and Breakfast is a luxury Inn located deep in the Arkansas Ozarks Twin Lakes Country. The mountains surround this spacious home that sits on three acres. Relax on your private balcony overlooking Lake Norfork, or drive just four miles to Mountain Home's largest shopping area.

    Norfork Lake Bed and Breakfast
    Mountain Home, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-467-5451

    "Discover the secret of the Norfork Lake area after rejuvenating yourself in our cottage." We have two cottages available and we are working on adding more.


    Mountain View

    Country Oaks B&B
    Mountain View, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-269-2704
    Toll Free: 800-455-2704

    Located one mile from the town square, where musicians gather to play in the summer. Eight luxurious guest rooms, with large private bathrooms. Walking trails on 68 acres , with a six acre lake stocked with fish waiting for the catch-and-release fishermen (and women).

    Wildflower B&B - On the Square
    Mountain View, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-269-4383
    Toll Free: 800-591-4879

    On Courtsquare, walk to shops, restaurants & music. Circa 1918 Craftsman Inn on Historic Register. Private in-room baths, Luxury Amenities, fine linens & spa robes. Cable TV, WiFi, & CD players. Hearty Buffet Breakfast & p.m. snacks. Relax in rocker on wrap around porch. Packages available.



    Buffalo River Lodge
    Yellville, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-439-2373
    Toll Free: 800-733-2311

    The Buffalo River Lodge offers rustic elegance with a romantic atmosphere, on 62 acres near the Buffalo River in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. The lodge is 3 level, log lodge containing 5 guest rooms, great room, fireplace, dining room, 6 person hot tub, waterfall, koi pond and flagstone patio. All suites are spacious and themed decorated. Each suite has a king or queen bed, two rooms have twin beds and can sleep up to four guests. Some suites have hot tubs. Rates range from $79 to $124 for two guests and includes full breakfast. Dinners are available with advanced notice. Special packages for canoeing, trail rides, massage therapy are available.

    The Red Raven Inn
    Yellville, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-449-2500

    Step back in time and enjoy this restored turn-of-the-century home which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Spacious porches, full breakfast served in the dining room. Centrally located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.

  • Bordering the Mississippi River, the area is dominated by rich, alluvial farmland. Take a leisurely drive along Crowley's Ridge Parkway, a National Scenic Byway, through upland hardwood forests, orchards, farms, four state parks and a wealth of recreational and historical resources. Along the way, visit Parkin Archeological State Park where you can explore Arkansas's Native American legacy and then visit the Delta Cultural Center, home to interactive and audio exhibits of Delta blues music.

    Blues music is a large part of the region's heritage with the famous Arkansas Blues and Heritage Festival held each October in Helena -- West Helena. Meanwhile, duck hunters migrate to the annual the World Championship Duck Calling Contest and Wings Over the Prairie Festival held over Thanksgiving.

    And you will be thankful for the numerous chances to sample regional cuisine and local produce, shop in family-owned stores and galleries in the friendly, charming communities as you enjoy the easy flow of the Delta.

    Check out the Mississippi Delta BBAA members listed below for a
    description and contact information (many also have color pictures)



    West Washington Guest House B&B
    Jonesboro, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-935-9300

    West Washington Guest House is located at the notheast corner of Washington and Flint in historic downtown Jonesboro.We are 3 blocks from revitalized Main Street, close to Court Houses and 10 Minutes from ASU.An Hour from Memphis and 2 hours from Little Rock.

    White House Inn B&B
    Jonesboro (Paragould), Arkansas
    Phone: 870-236-4087 / 870-215-8779

    "AN OASIS OF COMFORT..." Marilyn and Bob White open their beautifully restored and furnished 1892 home to guests with a personal touch of Southern hospitality and grace. Expect all the details...prices are quite reasonable. Marilyn is a caring and attentive hostess. Review


    The Cedars of Marion
    Marion, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-739-4088

    Minutes from downtown Memphis in the historic Marion, Arkansas Courthouse Square area. Peaceful setting beside a lake in a small town but with immediate access to all of the world class attractions of a major metropolitan city.


    Downtown Inn
    Piggott, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-598-8888

    The Downtown Inn welcomes you as our guest, whether it be on the web or in our comfortable suites! Our building is the former Piggott State Bank building, renovated into beautiful, comfortable rooms and suites. Each room has a private bath, TVs with expanded cable, high speed internet connectivity, telephones and hairdryers. The mattresses are Serta Perfect and provide a great night's rest.

  • Northwest Ozarks

    Nestled deep in the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs Historic District combines the preservation of turn-of-the-19th-century architecture with excellent dining, shopping, antiquing, spas and museums. It possesses a nationally acclaimed art community and entertainments ranging from magic shows and live music to the Great Passion Play.

    Springs, caves, waterfalls, natural bridges, hiking trails are available in the 95,000 acres of public land surrounding Buffalo National River, a popular canoeing destination near Harrison. The sheer sandstone faces of the Boston Mountains offer challenges to beginning and expert rock climbers year round.

    Be sure to fly into the Arkansas Air Museum in Fayetteville to see vintage aircraft -- many still in flying condition! And come back in the fall for some fabulous fall foliage and fantastic Razorback football.

    Check out the Ouachita Mountains BBAA members listed below for a
    description and contact information (many also have color pictures)



    Laughlin House Bed and Breakfast
    Bentonville, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-268-6085

    This Eastlake Victorian cottage, built c1895 is located in the heart of downtown Bentonville and features richly appointed rooms with a mixture of Victorian charm, stately elegance and contemporary comfort with modern amenities. Laughlin House is walking distance from Crystal Bridges Art Museum

    Eureka Springs


    5 Ojo Inn Bed and Breakfast
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-6734
    Toll Free: 800-656-6734

    5 Ojo Inn Bed and Breakfast in Eureka Springs, a historic property on the historic loop where you experience exemplary Ozark hospitality and fabulous gourmet breakfasts. Two person Jacuzzi's, fireplaces, cable, in-room refrigerators, coffee makers and complimentary drinks and snacks.


    11 Singleton House B&B & The Gardener's Cottage
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 1-800-833-3394
    Toll Free: 1-800-833-3394 - 24/7 hours

    Relax at this quaint B & B on a quiet tree-lined street located within walking distance to shops. Enjoy full gourmet breakfast on the balcony overlooking the award winning garden. Lighten your life with our whimsical antique d�©cor. Sip your complimentary beverage on one of our porches.

    Angel at Rose Hall
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-5405
    Toll Free: 800-828-4255

    A Christian B&B, the Angel at Rose Hall Wedding Chapel and Bed and Breakfast in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 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.

    Arsenic & Old Lace B&B Inn
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-5454
    Toll Free: 800-243-5223

    Repair your senses; escape a world away to our Queen Anne-style Victorian mansion in Eureka Springs. Nestled on a wooded hillside in the Historic District, our luxury Inn offers peaceful views of the hills and beautiful gardens from its large, wrap-around veranda.

    Bridgeford House
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-7853
    Toll Free: 888-567-2422

    Lovely 5 room historic Victorian bed and breakfast, all with private baths and most with private entrances. Beautiful outdoor garden is great for weddings or relaxing with a glass of wine. Right on the trolley route and an easy walk to the center of the historic downtown.

    Evening Shade Inn
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-6264
    Toll Free: 888-992-1224

    Relax and Romance at our secluded luxury bed and breakfast located on 10 wooded acres. Enjoy private cottages and king jacuzzi suites with a full breakfast and evening desserts in your room. All accommodations include a long list of preferred amenities. Weddings Performed and Packages Available.

    Inn at Rose Hall
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-8035
    Toll Free: 800-544-7734

    Luxurious inn offering five exquisite suites, each with private bath/Jacuzzi for two, romantic fireplaces, plush robes and designer linens. Gourmet breakfast is served each morning by the morning by the most charming of innkeepers, Zoie. We are unsurpassed for our special occasion packages.

    Rock Cottage Gardens
    Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-253-8659

    Rock Cottage Gardens, Bed and Breakfast Inn located on the historic loop of Eureka Springs, AR. 5 individual private romantic cottages with two person jacuzzis, feather beds, TV/Cable, full gourmet breakfast daily. Wedding chapel and services available with full catered wedding receptions


    Fools Cove Ranch
    Kingston, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-665-2986
    Toll Free: 866-665-2986

    Fools Cove Ranch is a 130 acre family farm in the Boston Mt. Range of the Ozarks. Fishing is available in our private pond. We make accommodations for children with prior approval. Full country breakfast served at guests convenience. Large comfortable parlor with large screen TV on satellite service



    Magnolia Gardens Inn
    Springdale, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-756-5744
    Toll Free: 800-756-5744

    Magnolia Gardens Inn carries on tradition with historical charm and southern hospitality. The house was built in 1883 and renovated to provide ten guest rooms with private baths. Ten acres surrounding the inn provides areas for weddings, reunions, company picnics, and other events.

  • Ouachitas - West-Central Arkansas

    The Ouachitas region shines with the natural beauty of its pristine lakes gleaming amidst dark pine forests to the unique abundance of diamonds, quartz crystals and other gemstones. It's "finder's keepers" when you hunt for diamonds at the Crater of Diamonds State Park.  Those seeking outdorrs adventures will also enjoy camping, boating, fishing, horseback riding and golf around the area's Diamond Lakes.

    The Scenic 7 Byway takes you into historic Hot Springs, the only city in the U.S. with its own national park, where you can refresh at the picturesque, late-Victorian spas along its famed Bathhouse Row. Or catch thoroughbred racing at Oaklawn Park and then stroll through the 210-acre Garvan Woodland Gardens. The city also offers ample opportunities for fine dining and shopping as well as nearby family-oriented attractions and theme parks.

    To finish your visit, let the Talimena National Scenic Byway transport you along miles of rugged beauty as you weave your way through Ouachita Mountains to the Queen Wilhelmina State Park where you can stretch your legs on a portion of the 223 mile  Ouachita National Recreation Trail which passes through this beautifully diverse park.

    Check out the Ouachita Mountains BBAA members listed below
    for a description and contact information (many also have color pictures)


    Capt. Henderson House B&B  
    Arkadelphia, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-230-5544
    Toll Free: 866-478-4661

    9,000 S/ft Victorian Mansion National Register of Historic Places Elegantly Decorated w/ Period Pieces Seven Spacious Rooms With King or Queen Beds Private Baths/3 with Jacuzzi Luxury Robes Two Room Suite Individual H/A Control--TV/VCR Wireless Internet Meeting Facilities Telephone/Fax


    Remember When
    Bismarck, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-620-9978

    Three beautiful new log style one bedroom cabins on located on 14 wooded acres in Bismark, Arkansas.  All cabins have full kitchens, king beds, screened in porch, hot tub, two person shower, gas fireplace, special queen comfort sofa bed.  Cabins can accommodate 4.  Each cabin is surrounded by 3 acres for privacy.
    Tiffany's Bed & Breakfast  
    Bismarck, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-865-6060

    Welcome to Tiffany's - an all nonsmoking bed and breakfast just 14 miles from Hot Springs, AR! Tiffany's is a log home located on 60 acres in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains. You've come here to get away from it all - no cell phones, no TVs, just peace and quiet and beautiful country.

    Hot Springs


    1889 Spring Street Inn
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-318-1958

    Discover Hot Springs In a Luxurious Historic Bed and Breakfast. Walk to all Hot Springs offers,including; Historic Downtown & Bath House Row for Dinning, Shopping, Spas,Museum & Art Galleries,Summit Arena & Convention Center. Hiking Trails through the National Park begin from our front gate. The Inn specializes in a relaxing environment with beautiful antique furnishings, fascinating history and a wonderful view of Hot Springs Mountain. We offer 1st class amenities and service with a Gourmet breakfast served each morning.

    1890 Williams House Inn
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-624-4275

    Come relax in comfortable elegance at 1890 Williams House Inn. The house is masterfully constructed and this historic-district jewel showcases beautiful woodwork and architectural detail. The Inn is an exceptional choice for intimate weddings, gatherings for two to twenty-five guests. Come enjoy!

    Five Points Lake Hamilton
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-525-1622

    Located a mile from Hot Springs, but 50 years back in the past! · Rustic Lake Cabins · Nestled in the Woods · Wonderful Lake Views · Modern Amenities · Complete Kitchens · Boat Ramp & Dock · Fishing & Swimming · Peaceful & Relaxing · Close to Town, Yet Very Secluded

    Hamilton House Estate
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-520-4040

    A 1931 Villa retreat located on a 3 acre peninsula surrounded by beautiful Lake Hamilton. Our luxurious estate offers the utmost in privacy and seclusion. Packages are avalible please call for more details.

    Hilltop Manor Bed & Breakfast
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-625-7829

    1890 Craftsman Manor restored to classic elegance in 2005. Take refuge from life's stressors in this beautiful setting on over five acres. Enjoy the serenity of the formal parlor with fireplace cove and bay window or the sweeping views from the upstairs sun room. Perfect for Weddings or getaway!


    Lookout Point Lakeside Inn
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 866-525-6155
    Toll Free: 501-525-6155

    An exceptional experience of peace and tranquility, pampering, and luxury--you will be renewed at the award-winning Lookout Point Lakeside Inn. Twelve guest rooms plus one condominium, each an exquisite visual delight, feature orignial art, private baths, and breathtaking views of Lake Hamilton.

    The Gables Inn B&B
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-623-7576
    Toll Free: 800-625-7576

    The Gables Inn Bed and Breakfast, "Where Memories Are Made" ... Voted Most Romantic Inn and Best Breakfast Overall out of 8,500 inns around the world. Located just a few blocks from the National Park Visitor Center and an easy walk from everything in the downtown Hot Springs Historic District.



    Mountain Thyme B&B Inn
    Jessieville, Arkansas
    Phone: 501-984-5428
    Toll Free: 888-820-5424

    8-room bed & breakfast inn 18 miles north of Hot Springs in the Ouachita Mountains was designed and built to be a romantic getaway and a place for true relaxation. See photos and learn more at


    Raspberry Manor
    Mena, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-394-7555
    Toll Free: 800-391-7555

    The mile long wooded driveway leads to a romantic retreat for your senses. Raspberry Manor Bed and Breakfast is located on 78 acres in the Ouachita Mountains of Western Arkansas. The house is located in the northeast corner of the property and has 8000 square feet more or less of living space.


  • River Valley - West-Central Arkansas

    Exciting adventures such as hang gliding, rappelling, and rock climbing, along with camping, hiking, cycling and spectacular views from its eight scenic lookouts await at Mount Magazine, Arkansas's highest peak. Nearby Lake Dardanelle State Park features four aquariums and over 50 fishing tournaments annually.

    Or experience history at Fort Smith, offering museums, galleries and exhibitions about the taming of the Wild West.  It also provides a convenient starting point for two of the state's scenic highways, US 71 and I-40.

    And no trip would be complete without a tour of Arkansas' Wine Country where you can enjoy tours, wine tastings and special events.

    Check out the River Valley BBAA members listed below for a
    description and contact information (many also have color pictures)


    Fort Smith


    Beland Manor Inn
    Fort Smith, Arkansas
    Phone: 479-782-3300

    When your travel plans bring you to Western Arkansas or Eastern Oklahoma, why not skip the budget motels and the over priced hotels, and enjoy the privacy and luxury of your own suite. Escape to your own private Jacuzzi, or enjoy your own fireplace, or our relaxing patio and gardens. You'll be comfortable resting among our antiques that make our Inn a welcome destination at the end of the day.


  • Timberlands - Southern Arkansas

    Now best known as the home of former President Bill Clinton, the numerous rivers of this region were once lined by dense pine and cypress forests giving the Timberlands their name. With three national wildlife refuges -- Overflow, Felsenthal and Pond Creek -- and three state parks the region offers nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts a bounty of activities. But the Timberlands have more attractions than wildlife!

    The historic oil boom area around El Dorado offers a wealth of shopping and dining prospects, while a profusion of museums and festivals provide entertainment for the whole family year-round. Ranging from the Railroad Museum to the Band Museum, from Pine Bluff's Smoke on the Water Barbecue and Music Festival to the Hope Watermelon Festival, there's always something going on in the Timberlands and you'll always welcome.

    And while you're in Hope for the watermelon, take a tour of the Clinton's first home.

    Check out the Timberlands BBAA members listed below for a
    description and contact information (many also have color pictures)



    The Elms Plantation
    Altheimer, Arkansas
    Phone: 870 -766 -8337

    The Elms is Listed In The National Register of Historic Places. Conveniently located just 60 miles from Little Rock, The Elms Bed & Breakfast is the perfect Old-World getaway. Relax in the luxurious 20-room mansion.You will find more than 140 years of Southern tradition, history and luxury waiting for you at the Elms.


    UAM Trotter House B&B
    Monticello, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-367-0200
    Toll Free: 800-220-4894

    A True Southern Experience. The UAM Trotter House Bed & Breakfast is a beautiful restored historic Inn located in the Heart of the North Main Historic District In Monticello, Arkansas. Five beautiful guest rooms are available, each with private bath, telephone, voice mail, cable television, individual climate control and a beautiful view.


    Diamond Oaks Inn B&B
    Murfreesboro, Arkansas
    Phone: 870-285-1535

    The best lodging in Murfreesboro, Diamond Oaks Inn Bed and Breakfast is a quiet get away less than a mile from the Crater of Diamonds State Park. A full complimentary breakfast is served at Buddy's Ranch House Cafe' located 1 mile from Diamond Oaks.


  • BBAA Member Info

    The Bed and Breakfast Association of Arkansas (BBAA) was created by Innkeepers dedicated to maintaining high standards of hospitality.  Arkansas's finest Bed & Breakfasts and Inns choose to join the BBAA.  Our present membership represents all areas of the state and all types and sizes of Bed & Breakfasts, Cottages and Cabins.

    Why should you join the BBAA?  Our purpose is: To enhance the success of all members by promoting the Bed & Breakfast experience, promoting quality standards, encouraging networking and educational opportunities, and by providing a voice for innkeepers and the industry.

    So, we're here to enhance the success of your business...and together we'll accomplish that through the services and programs available from the BBAA for each member.

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