Relax in a well-appointed room overlooking the town or greet the crisp morning by enjoying a cup of coffee on your private balcony. The most popular rooms like Crescent Hotel’s Penthouse Suites are often available in the winter at unbeatable prices. Rejuvenate with a spa day. Winterize skin with botanically derived, exclusive Aveda products in New Moon Spa. Talk with a spa professional to see what treatments are available.
Look for room and spa packages to get the most value for your money.
Enjoy seasonally inspired dishes created with locally grown foods at many of Eureka Springs’ restaurants. Visit Keels Creek Winery for local spirits, winery tours and tastings.
Speaking of spirits…take a guided tour of one of Eureka Springs’ most famous sites, the Crescent Hotel. Known as America’s Most Haunted Hotel, curious minded people visit the Crescent every year in January to explore the paranormal with ESP Weekend.
Located deep in the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs is surrounded by lakes, natural springs, pristine woodlands and hundreds of miles of trails. Explore short scenic trails at Black Bass Lake or Lake Leatherwood on foot or drive along the Arkansas Art Trail for scenic vistas and inspirational natural spaces. Winter is one of the best times to view local wildlife. Take a cruise on Beaver Lake to see eagle soar or hear wild elk bugle in Boxley Valley located in the Buffalo National River.
Culture abounds in and around Eureka Springs. In fact, the town is home to more than 200 working artists. Explore dozens of art galleries or take a day trip to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Discover unique gifts and vacation mementos in Eureka Springs’ shops.
Luxurious surroundings, warm spa treatments and abundant natural beauty make Eureka Springs a hot destination for a winter getaway.