Welcome to The Brownstone Inn
Located in Historic Eureka Springs
We invite you to take a step back in time, with this gorgeous old limestone building, where you can enjoy the culture of Eureka Springs while remaining off the beaten path. We are nestled in a cool valley, across from the old historic ice house and train station, and on the trolley route. The Brownstone Inn offers peace and tranquility with each of our five luxury suites. The two large suites on the upper floor open onto the new, spacious and elevated, wooden deck with abundant sitting areas. The three ground floor suites have 13' ceilings and many remnants of the original structure, reflecting its rich history. These rooms open onto the floral garden areas which are shaded by 100 year old sycamore trees. Each of these Victorian suites has a private entrance and updated bath. Come savor the experience offered by this marvelous 118 year old building; the deck alone will provide you a memorable experience, unique to The Brownstone Inn, and deserves sharing with someone special.
- Private entrances and private, updated baths
- Queen-size beds with pillow-top mattresses
- Independently-controlled thermostat and ceiling fan in each room
- Complimentary WiFi covers the entire property (including the deck)
- Ample off-street parking
- On the trolley route
- Gift Certificates Available
In 2013, the building underwent extensive renovation, and it's already expansive deck was enlarged. The newest addition to the grounds is the bronze eagle fountain sculpture, bringing American pride to the elegant atmosphere. The Brownstone Inn has a common kitchen area and parlor, available to all guests. The Brownstone Inn was built in 1895 and served as headquarters for the Ozarka Water Bottling Company that drew its water from the nearby Ozarka Spring.