You get what you pay for....cliche.....yes......true......yes, and Rogue's Manor is a good example of that. Great atmosphere, very laid back, attentive service. I had a porterhouse about the size of Kentucky, cooked to a medium rare perfection, the horseradish mashed potatoes ar…
Very good food but prices are a little steep. Good for a celebration or splurge. Cocktails and beer are very pricey. The bar area is very dark and reminiscent of a pub. We ate in the atrium which was a awesome experience.
On an open air, horse drawn carriage ride, down a quiet, winding street, many years ago, I first discovered Rouge’s Manor.
We had visited Eureka Springs about 50 times before, but, the slow, clip-clop pace the horse moved, allowed a good view of the character and charm of the pr…
This is a fine dining restaurant. So expect a slower than average service. Eating here takes time. A great place to slow down, relax, and spend time with friends and loved ones. Not a quick dining place. The food itself was great. The steak and lobster my husband had was fabulous…
Every visit we make to Eureka Springs, our first stop is Rogue's Manor to eat our first meal. We like to visit with the owner, Smith, and enjoy Debbie's cioppino. A must stop. Great atmosphere and beautiful setting.
"The Rogue's Manor web site gives a very good visual of what the rooms look like... The in room spas are delightful... The Penthouse Down Under is above the rear exit of the restaurant kitchen. It was not an issue for noise. If you do have questions, call the Rogue's Manor for Smity's (one of the owners) recommendations... Smity is the designer of their very own, hand built 15 Suite, Castle Rogue's Manor a few miles from Eureka Springs that overlooks the beautiful Table Rock Lake! Ask for a privately guided tour if you have time! It is well worth your time...."
"Stay somewhere else."
"I like the Mediteranian room the best and my wife likes the Maxfieled Parrish room the best."
"Ask for the Jacuzzi in the bedroom"