Great quality-price ($65/night a double room). The room was decorated with antique pieces of furniture that made it really charming. The owners used to have an antique business in New Orleans. They were really warm and gave us advice about hiking trips around the area and recommended where to see elk (and we did!). The food at the restaurant was great: healthy and organic. The only con in my opinion was that the room looked to the highway and, eventhough there wasn't much traffic, it was a little noisy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Arkansas House Inn, Cabin and organic and wild food cafe' is the landmark resort in the upper Buffalo River national park. For those interested in lodging in classic Ozark architecture along with local, wild and organic food, this is a must stay property. Located on the banks of the Little Buffalo river, this 82-year old masterpiece of masonry is the place for climbers, hikers, floaters and other outdoorsmen and women, and people who want to just drive around to see the beauty of the mountains, enjoy watching our wild elk herd, and enjoy a great meal at our nationally-famous cafe'. Our cabin rents for 125-150 per nite, our suites are 85-99, our rooms 70-100. We even have a salon on site to pamper you after your outdoor adventure in the highest mountains between the Rockies and Smokies, the Artic & Arkansas River. ... more less