Livingston Junction Cabooses is such a cool and unique place, we were thrilled we got to experience it! We were only in town for one night (wish we had time for more) and chose 103. It was in great condition, and suited our needs perfectly. It is situated on a hill above the other cabooses, the surrounding woods provided all the privacy we needed. We found the inside tidy and clean, and it was lovely to have our own private deck with hammock, table/chairs, and hot tub. (A charcoal grill and burn pit are also provided, but due to the recent drought/burn ban, we did not use either of those.) The kitchenette had all we needed for our stay--large sink and countertop, coffeepot and coffee, dishes and utensils, microwave and mini-fridge. The bathroom was not cramped, and I spent a little extra time in there, just reading all the posters on the wall. The shower stall is located in the corner of the main living area, and with just the two of us, that worked out perfectly. Towels are provided, but you should pack your own shampoo/bodywash. The bed was not too small for us (I am just over 5ft, he is 6ft+), we slept quite comfortably. The tv/dvd player and stereo were available in the corner cabinet, but we spent most of our time relaxing in the hot tub--we were blessed with a nearly full moon and great weather during our stay. If you appreciate trains or cabooses (or the men who spent many of their days in them, who always waved when they saw you), this is a must-stay! This was an awesome place, and we are planning to return many more times!
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- Livingston Junction Cabooses Hotel Eureka Springs