Posts Tagged ‘winter’

Eureka Springs Winter

January 6th, 2014 by Sam Feldman

Not a lot of folks come here to enjoy a Eureka Springs winter (especially January), but there is a certain beauty to it! Of course, not all winters are like this one (today’s temp when we got up was -1, wind chill was -19, all of which is rather unusual). We did have about 4″ of snow yesterday (after our 8″ we had the first weekend in December, which is the earliest we’ve ever seen snow since we moved here in 2002). What else can you do but snuggle down and watch Netflix? But we thought we’d just share how beautiful our little mountain town is at this time of year.

Remember, you can come visit us anytime – we do have fireplaces and jetted tubs, books, games, puzzles and magazines. Enjoy our big breakfast and just “chill”.

Eureka Springs Winter:

Eureka Springs Winter

Spring & Center, the Flatiron Flats building

Eureka Springs Winter

Bridgeford House sign, up towards street level from the sunken garden

 

 

Eureka Springs Winter

Bridgeford House B&B, deep in snow

 

Eureka Springs Winter

Thorncrown Chapel, deep in winter, still spiritual

Eureka Springs Winter

Grotto Spring in winter

Eureka Springs Winter

Spring St., right by post office

Eureka Springs Winter

Eureka’s Carnegie Library

Only one of a few gorgeous icicle formations that we get in winter

Eureka Springs Winter

The Crescent Hotel, from afar

Basin Spring Park

 

 

 

 

Mountain St. in winter, near Chelsea’s

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Secret Season

December 12th, 2010 by Sam Feldman

The Christmas parade is done, the Historic Home tour was fabulous (but wrapped up until next year), the Sweet Treats Tour was a great success yesterday but there is nothing left but crumbs…and the Christmas shopping is starting to wind down. So what’s next? How about just some good old-fashioned hanging out and resting?

Curl up before the fire with a good book

Winter is the Secret Season in Eureka Springs. No crowds, no traffic (no motorcycles!), no noise, nothing but the beautiful mountains and some time alone to relax and refresh. We have lots of books, games, puzzles, magazines and movies. We have fireplaces and whirlpool baths to keep you warm. We have coffee and cocoa in the rooms, popcorn and sweet treats to snack on, and a fresh hot breakfast every morning. Come on, you know you want to do it.

The parlor is full of places to cozy up and books, magazines, puzzles, movies...

This season is a lot of our guests’ favorite. So come find us here and settle in for a rest…Sophie will be glad to cuddle up with you.

Cold and frosty outside, warm and cozy inside!

Merry Christmas!

Jeff and Nadara (Sam) Feldman – and Sophie, too!
P.S. Winter rates are starting now – $20 – $30 off per night!

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