Circa 1908. Gracious southern atmosphere and hospitality makes this lovely immaculately restored B&B the perfect place to have that much needed "get-away", to celebrate your special occasions, or even have small wedding. Whatever the reason for your visit, we will help make it an event to be remembered always. Keith's large gourmet breakfasts will fill you up and start your day off right. Keith is also our baker, his wonderful deserts are becoming famous in our area. Large porches and decks with furniture for your enjoyment, robes and candies in each room, central heat and a/c, high ceilings with fans, lots of light, rich color schemes, tastefully furnished. We are in an excellent location, on a quiet street within easy walking distance to historic downtown where you can board the trolley and ride back to the end of the street. We offer personal service that can't be beaten! Jacuzzi suites, one with a gas log fireplace, beautiful rooms with king or queen beds, even a room with antique cherry king bed. Free Level parking- off street parking.
Hideaway Suites is a large 3 room suite, with kitchen, deck, fireplace, whirlpool tub for two, queen-sized bed, TV, VCR, Stereo Internet access. Breakfast for two served in your room
Garden of Eden Suite is ver private. Has internet access, whirlpool tub for two, TV, kitchenett, deck and breakfast served in room
Largest tradtional B&B Room with king-sized bed. Internet access, balcony, antiques and private bathroom with the original claw & ball foot tub. Breakfast in the dining room
Pretty traditional B&B room with private bathroom and single whirlpool tub. Queen sized bed. Internet access, access to balcony and sunroom. Antiques and designer decor. Breakfast served in dining room
Pretty pale yellow room with queen-sized bed. Access to sunroom and balcony. Internet access, antiques, turndown service. Full breakfast served in the dining room. All rooms come with homemade evening desserts
4.0 on July 17, 2011
This was also my first time to Eureka Springs and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This B&B is off the beaten path but still close enough to get to everything. During our weekend there, the Blues Fest was in town, along with numerous bikers. But we were just far enough away that we weren't overwhelmed by noise or motorcycles. I agree that Keith is a magnificent cook and we really enjoyed the meals and stories we received. He is a wealth of information about what to do, see, eat and avoid while in town. To the reviewers who complained about the cleanliness, I say you're not staying at the Ritz Carlton. Dust? Come on... The house is 100+ years old, you are there for the atmosphere. You are there for the privacy. I would definitely stay there again (I would have moved in if my wife would have let me) and I would also definitely recommend it to my friends. Thank you, Mr. Hubbard for welcoming me into your home and making our stay there memorable...
4.4 on June 15, 2010
What a fun way to spend a weekend get-away. Just a quiet retreat or a fun filled entertaining Eureka! Blues Fest party, Ridgeway is it. So close to everything and since Gayla and Keith are "in the Eureka" know they can direct you to the type of experience you want. They are so intuitive too. They know that if you are looking for some local fun the recommendations provided immediately. And Keith's cooking is delish. I even like the ghost stories and historical insight Gayla shared with me. It was just fun for this girl from the Texsas burbs!
3.2 on March 16, 2010
I booked this B&B partly because of the reviews I read here and although the part about breakfast and Keith & Gayla being wonderful are true, I tend to stop agreeing there. I booked a package with a massage and that was all arranged for me before I got there so I didn't have to worry about anything. Keith is a wonderful cook and this comes from the mouth of a very picky eater. If you can, request the french toast, you won't be sorry. If you need suggestions on where to eat, what to do, and where to shop, Keith and Gayla are right there with suggestions. My problem with my stay was with cleanliness. There was food on the obviously unvacuumed carpet in my room, dust on the lamps and lampshades, dust on the shower curtain, and mold on the interior shower liner. My housemates for the weekend decided to leave early after discovering the water reservoir of the coffee maker in the sunroom was covered in black mold. They list that there are no pets in the home, however, there is a very large English Sheepdog named Grace (who is very sweet) that lives there. She was only allowed to come into the main house once while we were there, but the dog hair on the stained, spotted dining room rug implys that she gets full reign when there are not guests. She is also allowed to do her business on the front walk where it was left for me to have to step over on my way into the house. There are no TV's in the rooms in the main house, only in the suites. The weekend we were there, Keith and Gayla's family was also staying. They decided to watch a movie in the parlor together which prevented those of us paying for rooms to use the parlor and were thus relegated to the sunroom, which was okay because I truly enjoyed the company of my housemates. If you are looking for a place to stay that will provide fresh towels and make your bed daily, this is not the place for you. Also, if you are allergic to dogs, dust, and mold, look elsewhere.
Thank you for your comments about Keith's breakfasts. He loves to cook and make sure people are full and happy. We are also glad to hear you enjoyed the massage package and our suggestions for where to eat, what to do, and where to shop. We understand that some people might not be comfortable coming into a room that is already occupied by others. Keith's family was here because of a death in the family and we are very sorry you felt like you were not able to use the parlor. Shortly after you returned from dinner, our family moved to our living quarters, but we apologize that it was not available immediately. In the future to ensure our guests feel welcome in all parts of our inn, we plan on meeting our family elsewhere. We are concerned about our guests’ comfort and spend a lot of our time making sure our inn is clean. We have gone back through the house inspecting every nook and cranny to make sure it meets our high standards. If you found something you felt wasn't right, we are truly sorry because had we been guests, it would have also upset us. The rug in the dining room is antique, and it frazzles up when vacuumed or when chairs are pushed along the surface. We understand this gives the appearance of dog hair being present, and we are looking to replace the rug in the near future. Gracie, our dog, is never allowed to visit the main house unsupervised, as we understand this could bother our guests. She visits our guests upon request, but periodically comes through the front or back door to go to the bathroom. We have recently surveyed our guests about our cleanliness and have received positive feedback. We truly want our guests happy and satisfied. As you can see from our previous reviews, I feel we usually accomplish that goal. If someone is not happy, we always appreciate being informed about the issue, and always try to correct any problem immediately. If this isn’t possible, we love to offer gifts such as gift certificates and dinner vouchers.
4.0 on November 08, 2008
I stayed there this summer for some alone time. It was so peaceful, quiet and comfortable! Kieth is a marvelous cook and host! I would recommend this place to anyone who just wants to be in a serene setting.
5 on August 12, 2008
My husband and I went here for our honeymoon and the service and atmosphere is everything and much more that has been desribed on the website. This was our first stay at a B&B and it was magical!! We loved everything about it, including the privacy!! We stayed in the little bungalow located at the side of the main house. Romantic, relaxing, refreshing, peaceful and rejuvenating are only a few words that describe our stay there!! Our plan was to go back every year on our anniversary and stay in that same room, but of course they are fully booked on the weekend we were going to be coming this year. So, to whomever is staying in this quaint, little B&B enjoy yourselves...you won't want to leave, I can promise you that!! Thank you so much to Keith and his lovely wife for all their help and hospitality!! Oh and it's all true about Keith's breakfast...it's to die for!!!
Airport, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Small town, Village
Fayetteville, AR (XNA - Northwest Arkansas Regional) 45 miles
540 HWY to Hwy 62 East, right into Eureka Springs.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Conference Rooms, Library, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Packages, Weddings, TV cable, Complimentary beverages
Keith and Gayla Hubbard
Before getting into the Bed and Breakfast business, Gayla was an registered nurse for 25 years. Keith was a Purchasing agent for a Professional Audio distributor, and a professional musician for 20 years.
Stuffed French Toast