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The Brownstone Inn with it's European flair and ivy covered limestone walls was built in 1895 and served as the original headquarters for the Ozarka Water Company which bottled the healing waters from Eureka Springs. The Inn is a Eureka Springs landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Brownstone Inn has two guest rooms and two suites, all with private baths and entrances; queen size beds, cable TV, antique furnishings, coffee delivered to your door prior to the gourmet breakfast. Complimentary snacks and soft drinks, period parlor, individual heat and air controls; no facilities for children or pets; smoking outdoors only.

Location: 75 Hillside, Eureka Springs Arkansas 72632 Telephone 501-253-7505 Toll Free: 800-973-7505

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
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(Eureka Springs) 5 Ojo Inn Bed and Breakfast
(Branson) Amanda's Fancy B&B
(Eureka Springs) Arbour Glen Bed and Breakfast
(Eureka Springs) Arbour Glen Bed and Breakfast
(Jasper) Arkanas House

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