My wife and I stayed at the Inn at Bella Vista during a recent househunting trip. The staff and accommodations were outstanding. The venue is both peaceful and casually elegant, sited in an historical Fay Jones property and surrounded by acres of natural grounds. We plan to visit again in the future, just to enjoy the wonderful ambiance of the site.
My wife and I came up for a weekend visit to the nearby Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The Inn is a Faye Jones designed house. What a lovely experience. Perfect hosts and a great breakfast. The Inn is set in the woods on a hilltop and sitting on the porch was a pleasure.
It was a very nice and quiet area. Secluded. They were very kind, hospitable and very friendly. They catered to your unique breakfast needs and time. Gave you plenty of privacy. Much nicer then a hotel. Highly recommend if you are looking for a nice, relaxing stay.
The Inn was great!!! The owners are friendly, humorous, and it's obvious the customer comes first. The only problem I had was I was awakened at 3am by a cricket crawling in my bed. Not how I wanted to wake up.
Gorgeous location, wonderful hosts. Rooms on 2nd floor have deck with a great view of a beautiful valley. Sunrises are fabulous. Lots of bird feeders right on the patio. If you like birds, this is a great place. In warm weather, breakfast is available on the patio by the pool.
Loved my time at the inn. Just needed a place to escape and recharge, but also found such blessing in getting to know the innkeepers. They are such kind people, with a true heart for service!
We visited Crystal Bridges in Bentonville. A friend mentioned the Inn at Bella Vista as an alternative to a hotel. A great suggestion! The rose room was lovely and large with great views. Beverly and Bill Williams are delightful hosts...eager to help in any way. Breakfasts were delicious. We are already telling friends about Crystal Bridges and The Inn at Bella Vista. A great combination!
We had just visited Crystal Bridges where they moved a Frank Lloyd Wright house from New Jersey. Then we checked into the Inn at Bella Vista. The house had the same feel - lots of wood and stone. Not surprising since the house was designed by a student of FLW's. There are 5 guest rooms; the three on the second floor have a deck that runs across the back of the house to provide the bella vista of the surrounding hills and valley. We stayed in the Sequoah Room, which was large; but I think all the rooms are spacious. The innkeepers have kept the house in it's original form, down to the custom loomed carpeting in the former living room (now dining room). The grounds are beautiful, and include a lovely swimming pool open in the summer months. Good morning coffee; breakfast was a bit sweet. We will definitely stay here again when we come back to see the fall splendor in a better year.
My husband and I enjoyed everything about the inn. The surroundings are beautiful, the owners/staff are incredibly welcoming, and breakfast was amazing! We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area.
At first sight, seemed remote, but it's within a leisure drive to malls, Crystal Bridges, Wal-Mart origins and much more. So relaxing, calming and host's were phenomenal. Truly enjoyed the quaint conversations and hospitality. Thank both of you for slowing me down and relaxing my mind.
Beautiful architecture and graciously hospitable host and hostess make this bread and breakfast outstanding! The kind thoughtfulness and warm open-heartedness of the owners made my visit to Bella Vista even more enjoyable than just lovely scenery and classic art. The Inn at Bella Vista is the BEST!
My wife and I spent two nights and would stay there again if visiting the area. Beautiful setting, lots of personal attention and great breakfasts. Bentonville and the Crystal Bridges Museum were also great.
We stayed here for a long weekend associated with a family event in Bella Vista. The grounds were fabulous and the hosts were absolutely delightful. My family would stay here again in a heartbeat...better than any hotel offering in the entire region. Thanks for sharing your wonderful Inn.
Beverly and Bill are amazing B&B owners. They make you feel very welcome, almost like you're family. They are very knowledgeable about local areas to check out and good eateries! They are funny and great cooks. Stay over on a weekend to enjoy the B&B's special Peach French Toast every Sunday. It is amazing!! Rooms are so big and comfortable. Recommend if you stay anywhere near the Bella Vista, AR area to stay here!!!
I truly felt like I'd come home when I stayed with Beverly at the Bella Vista Inn. My room (Sequoyah) was clean, quiet, spacious yet cozy. The back deck was great to have and the grounds are immaculate and so beautiful. Chipmunks and birds seemed to be just as happy visiting as I was. Beverly went out of her way to make my stay comfortable, from adjusting my amazing breakfast each day to my liking, to welcoming me personally as I returned at the end of each day. She has a heart of gold and her Inn was a home away from home. Her assistants were also just as warm, friendly and went out of their way to make me feel welcome. This is the only place I'll stay in Bella Vista and I recommend it highly.
We had the pleasure of staying at the Inn at Bella Vista for two nights. The location is quite convenient to Bentonville, Rogers and surrounding attractions. It's an oasis just minutes off the highway. Rooms are pristine, breakfasts are delicious and the views are breath taking. Inn keeper Bev and hubby Bill are so pleasant and friendly. We plan to return.
We stayed at the Inn for two nights while in town for a wedding at the Cooper chapel. We stayed in the Ivy room which was on the first floor. It was a lovely appointed room with a large walk in closet and private bathroom with a tub/shower combination. Breakfast was delicious - stay over for a Sunday - peach french toast! We had privacy when we wanted it, and found ourselves visiting at the coffee table with Beverly when in the mornings. I'd recommend the Inn at Bella Vista. It's easy to get to, but once you're there, it's quiet and in the woods.