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I booked the Hobbit Cave for mine and my husband's first wedding anniversary! I kept it a secret until he opened the door and he loved it! The Hobbit Caves are dark and cozy, all underground, except for balcony.....we watched deer feed.....three days and nights...More
My husband and I where pleasantly surprised with the sweet memories cottage. It was an adorable vintage room with a lot of neat decorations and a very comfortable bed. When we checked in we where greeted by the office staff and given a map of...More
We stayed for 6 nights at Eureka Springs Treehouses. There are many different treehouses but we stayed at the Venice Treehouse.
The King sized bed is very comfortable, there is plenty of storage room, a cute bathroom that is stocked with towels, an a kitchenette....More
The cave: as soon as we walked in, music started playing, making it feel magical as you first explore the space. Around the first corner, there was the big tub with its own TV, then there's the bathroom with the large shower, then the kitchenette...More
This is the perfect place for an anniversary getaway! The castle was even better than we expected! We will definitely be back! We loved it so much that we brought all of our meals back to eat in the castle because we didn't want to...More
Their are a lot of stairs leading down to the treehouses at Oak Crest, so I wouldn't stay in those treehouses. I would recommend our other location Eureka Springs Treehouses . Over at that location Central Park & Paris... More
Their are a lot of stairs leading down to the treehouses at Oak Crest, so I wouldn't stay in those treehouses. I would recommend our other location Eureka Springs Treehouses . Over at that location Central Park & Paris treehouses would be the best. Then Venice and Santa Fe just have a few. Ultimate Venice and Ultimate Santa Fe have a ton of steps so I would avoid those.