The Natural State is a wonderful place to stay during the Christmas season. Check out these Arkansas destinations if you are wanting to take a trip this Christmas .
Eureka Springs
The city of Eureka Springs has plenty to see and do this Christmas. Downtown Eureka Springs has great restaurants and bars including The Stone House, Rowdy Beaver Restaurant & Tavern, the Mud Street Cafe, and many other dining options.
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1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa
This resort offers fantastic activity programs including spa fitness, outdoor hikes, wine and craft beer tastings, video games inside, and lawn games outside. The hotel even offers nightly ghost tours that tell paranormal stories of the Ozark Mountain Highlands. Visit book a room.
Northwest Arkansas is beautiful this time of year, and the city has plenty of activities for visitors during the holidays. With so many towns in close proximity to Fayetteville, there’s never a shortage of something to do or something to eat.
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Dickson Street Inn
This Victorian inn was built in 1894 with eight rooms and two large carriage house suites added later the original build. The inn offers historic charm while also providing modern comfort with its original Heartwood pine floors, crown molding, sumptuous drapes, antique furniture pieces and chandeliers all coming together to create an inviting setting for you next getaway. Visit book your stay.
Inn at Carnall Hall
Opened as a women’s dorm in 1905 and residing on the campus of the University of Arkansas, Inn at Carnall Hall opened in 2003 and became a member of the Historic Hotels of America in 2004. Visitors can enjoy sipping their complimentary cocktail at the Lambeth Lounge and have a taste of Southern fine dining at Ella’s Table. Visit book your stay.
Hot Springs
Hot Springs has an abundance of activities to take part in this winter. This beautiful old town is filled with great local restaurants, businesses, and museums to check out!
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1884 Wildwood Bed and Breakfast Inn– Open Christmas Day
Designed in the late 1800s, the main floor level has 2300 square feet for common area, a gentleman’s and ladies’ parlor, a formal dining room and a snack room called the Butler’s Pantry. For those interested in the mansion’s history, they offer a tour of the home offered most days after breakfast. To make reservations, visit
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