We had our wedding here this past weekend. It isn't somewhere I would personally recommend. There were quite a few things that were promised with our package that were never given. We were given a gift certificate for $40 to any of the resturaunts in the town of Eureka Springs except 3. We tried 2 different resturaunts one night and were denied the use of our gift certificate because they have trouble getting their money from the Inn. We tried for breakfast the next day and once again were denied. We told the lady who watched over the Inn about what happened and she seemed completely surprised about the situation. Also if your having your wedding here i advise you to not bring your children. We had 3 children the age of 6 and you wouldv'e thought they were climbing furniture, throwing stuff down, running around, and being nutty. NOT AT ALL!!!!!!!! These women treated our children like they were lunatics. We were over charged $75 that no one seems to know about. We were told we would get our vows to be able to frame, still haven't recieved them. We were told there would be chocolate truffels in our room as we arrived, never saw them.
If your a couple of girlfriends just wanting to get away this is the place to be but for anything else i would pick somewhere else.
I will say they have VERY comfortable beds... they just aren't good at keeping their word on the stuff you pay for... truth!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Elegant Mansion in the Historic District of Eureka Springs. Luxurious bed and breakfast with charming extras - offering five exquisite suites, private bath/whirlpool spa for two, romantic fireplaces, fresh flowers, plush robes and fine linens. Enjoy quiet nature watching in our stone-walled garden or views of the woods. Gourmet breakfast is served each morning by the most charming of innkeepers, Zoie. The Inn at Rose Hall is unsurpassed for its Wedding and Honeymoon accommodations and packages. ... more less