“The Extraordinary Escape”
An Artist Haven and Unique Victorian Ozark Mountain Village
Eureka Springs, Arkansas lies in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, boasts the largest collection of Victorian architecture in the central United States and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Heartstone Inn guests love to step right out their door and catch a ride on the classic Trolley Service then shop in the Eureka Springs Historic District. With over 100 gift shops, the great finds are the main attraction for many who come back time and time again to The Heartstone Inn and Eureka Springs.
America’s Top 25 Art Destinations by American Style Magazine
The city has renowned art galleries, artists at work, local crafts and an art school. You will discover fine art and crafts of all sizes, shapes and forms: created by painters, sculptors, photographers, muralists; by artists who work with fiber, clay, gemstone, metal, glass and wood; and artists who handcraft drums, flutes, pottery, weavings, and jewelry. Art and history buffs will want to visit the Sacred Arts Center with works by Harry Antis or see a part of the Berlin Wall Section–located near the giant statue known as Christ of the Ozarks on the grounds of the New Great Passion Play. The month-long May Festival of the Arts showcases the eclectic expression of the arts.
Savor World-Class Dining
Named as a “Distinctive Destination”– readers have consistently voted Eureka Springs’ restaurants among the best in Arkansas. Enjoy great Italian, Czech-German, BBQ and fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Our chefs are truly artists in their own right.
Activities and Adventures Abound in the Ozark Mountains
Around every turn you’ll find breathtaking vistas, scenic overlooks, and natural wonders. Near Heartstone Inn you’ll discover two lakes and two rivers, numerous caves, hiking, biking, golf, fishing, canoeing and horseback riding. Explore the amazing Cosmic Cavern; the Belle of the Ozarks 12-mile cruise on Beaver Lake featuring the Ozark Bluff Dweller’s burial ground; the stunning outdoor Thorncrown Chapel or the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.
Call ahead and let Rick & Cheri help you plan your stay!
Rarely a weekend goes by without some kind of celebration or festival including: car shows, antique and craft fairs, parades and world class music festivals featuring classical, blues, bluegrass, jazz and a nationally renowned opera. Visitors will enjoy The New Great Passion Play, music and comedy shows, museums, exotic wildlife refuges, historic tours, winery tours, romantic carriage rides, beautiful church tours, ghost tours, or riding the rails on the beautiful ESNA railway. There’s never a shortage of things to do.
If you choose to stay at the inn and relax, we offer a nice selection of wine, beer and champagne for purchase by the bottle while making your online reservation or during your stay.