Snuggle up at The Inn at Rose Hall Bed and Breakfast (56 Hillside Ave., Eureka Springs, 479-253-8035). The cozy rooms give you the elegance of a getaway with the comfort of home. Plus, who doesn’t love waking up to the smell of freshly baked muffins and cheesy eggs?
Settle into your B&B, then head over to Aquarius Taqueria (91 S. Main St., Eureka Springs, 479-253-6888) to start your trip with a taste of Mexico. Inspired by Mexican street food, this vibrant little find features daily specials and homemade margaritas. Because when you’re on vacation, a one o’clock marg is totally acceptable.
After you’ve burned off your lunch of tacos and tequila and spent some time around town, spruce up and head to Le Stick Nouveau (63 A Spring St., Eureka Springs, 479-981-3123) for dinner. The owners of Branson’s former Candlestick Inn opened this upscale dinnertime option. Featuring seasonal menus, Candlestick Inn menu favorites and new dishes sure to make your palate smile, you’re going to wish you had a standing reservation.
A weekend getaway is all about unwinding and coming home refreshed. Check into the Solei Spa at the Grand Central (37 N. Main St., Eureka Springs, 479-253-6756) for a little pampering. Wrap up in detoxifying herbs, or opt for a simple massage—either way, you can’t go wrong with a spa day.
Continue the relaxing atmosphere and enjoy a glass (or three) of wine at Stone House (89 S. Main St., Eureka Springs, 479-363-6411). Considering Eureka Springs is a quiet town, most places close early. However, this spot is open until 10 p.m. serving up salty antipasto platters to pair perfectly with their wine selections.