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5 Guest Rooms / 5 Baths Purpose built as an Inn in 1992
Queen Anne style mansion National Historic District location
On-site guest parking Central HVAC with individual controls
Owner or manager suite Vacant lot for possible expansion
Assets Tucked into a wooded hillside amid a row of historic mansions, the Inn’s exterior exudes Victorian charm. Inside, crystal chandeliers, tin ceilings and fireplaces echo an era reminiscent of Eureka Springs at the turn of the 20th century. It has 21st century conveniences and luxuries including king size beds, whirlpool tubs, wireless Internet access, cable TV, gas fireplaces and energy efficient construction that set this purpose-built Inn apart and make it desirable. Member of prestigious Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America.
  Location Narrow, winding streets, limestone sidewalks, historic mansions and mercantiles lend a European flavor to this robust Ozark Mountain resort destination. For hundreds of years, travelers have frequented Hot Springs drawn by its temperate climate and healing waters of the springs. Today’s visitor is likely to stroll among the many shops, relax at a spa, attend a wedding, celebrate an anniversary or birthday, enjoy a honeymoon or participate in an executive retreat.
Annual Results 2007 2008 2009 2010
      Ave. Daily Rate $163 $171 $195 $178
      Occupancy Rate 48% 56% 54% 52%
      Room Revenue $142,965 $174,560 $163,508 $164,297
      Gross Revenue $159,669 $190,234 $183,652 $202,389


$996,000 Cash or new loan

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  Data prepared using information supplied by owner.
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Arsenic &
Old Lace

Eureka Springs



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