Our Cottage Home is part of a historic restored motor court. 3 private bedrooms and a futon area 2 baths. Gas Log FP Just a 12 minute walk to down town Eureka Springs, or the trolley will pick you up in our parking lot. Full kitchen and private deck.
2 Bedroom with an optional 3rd Bedroom. 1 - 2 baths, depending on the optional 3rd Bedroom. Fully equipped kitchen, living/dining room combo with large screen TV, WiFi, gas log fireplace. Large private deck with BBQ grill.
Please note that this home is NOT handicapped accessible. There are stairs entering the home, as well as stairs inside the home.
All of the other grounds/sitting areas/fire pits of Sherwood Court Inn. Swimming at neighbor motel pool.
Общение с гостями
Owners are usually on site during office hours of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 15 minutes away in case of an emergency.
Другие важные подробности
PLEASE NOTE: This home is NOT handicap accessible. There are step to enter both at front and rear door. There are two steps to the two upstairs bedrooms and a flight of stairs to the downstairs bedroom. There is one step to the sunken living room. The tub upstairs is a very deep soaking tub. There is amble lighting in the inside near the stairs to help light the way.
Sorry, we do not allow pets.
We do not allow smoking inside the house, but you may smoke in any of our outdoor areas.
Well behaved children must be watched and supervised at all times.
My name is Lil. I just recently moved to a little patch of woods near Beaver Lake, where I live with my husband Bryan and big lovable dog Tess. We own and operate Sherwood Court, a charming 50's era motor court, and are now renting what used to be our home on the premises. It is located in the historic district, and is just a 10 minute walk to the downtown area, which has many wonderful places to shop and dine. The trolley even has a stop at our parking lot. When the weather is nice, I love to take in the trails and tranquility of Black Bass Lake, which is less than a mile "down the holler" across the road from us, but must confess to escaping to Mexico during some of the coldest days of winter.