Singleton House is an old-fashioned place with a touch
of whimsy, now
celebrating its 29th+ season. Sheltering a multi award winning American in Bloom garden on a hillside in the heart of Eureka's Historic District, 11 Singleton House is just a
scenic walk to shops
and cafes. This restored inn is thoughtfully
decorated with an eclectic collection of antiques, folk art,
and unexpected treasures.
Choose from a variety of
light, airy, and
guest rooms, including two-room suites, some with two beds and outside
entrances for the
escapes. The spacious airy
Starlight Jacuzzi suite features stained glass windows and a private tree-top balcony which overlooks the garden and woods.
include air conditioning, cable TV, and private baths. Help yourself to iced or hot teas,
pink lemonade, cocoa or apple ciders. A refrigerator and microwave are
available for guest use. Porches with rockers and swing allow you to
"relax to the max."
Enjoy Eureka Springs' charm ...A
one block walk down a scenic wooded
footpath will lead you to Eureka's fabulous shops, cafes, spas and galleries. If you
prefer, the old-time
stops at Singleton Street for a pleasant
ride around town. Relive the Victorian Era with a horse and
carriage ride after a
memorable dinner at Ermilio's (a block away from the inn). We will be
happy to make your reservations for the Dinner Train, Passion Play,
Bath House, and other local events. Fishing,
water sports and golf are
within ten miles of the inn.
11 Singleton House takes pride in a
warm, friendly, and casual atmosphere. Your hostess, Barb, Eureka's oldest operating innkeeper,
delights in pampering guests with Ozark hospitality and local historical information. Travis Walls, Eureka's excursion train
conductor, often stops by with colorful stories that will keep you
spellbound. Barb and her staff invite you to celebrate their 25th season with them.
For those wanting more privacy the
inn offers a romantic
Gardener's Cottage with a full
kitchen, fireplace, large
treetop porch with hammock and swing, and a whirlpool tub for two. The cottage
is perfect for
honeymooners and those celebrating special occasions. It's
at a separate wooded Historic District
location with lots of
deer and only three blocks from the center of downtown.
"IF Wall Could Talk"
episode 1508 for Barb
discovery of the glass cane.
Begin your day with a
Gourmet full breakfast served on the balcony overlooking the tranquil
Victorian wildflower garden and serene wooded views.
Stepped stony paths wind
throughout the garden, with birdhouses and surprises at
every turn: vibrant wildflowers, a lily-filled goldfish
pond, and plants growing in wagons or old shoes.
In the afternoon,
the balcony is for bird and deer watching and a quiet place for reading or blowing iridescent
bubbles which drift with the breeze. The inn
is often visited by a local family of deer, so expect a
visit. At night, the fireflies work their magic in the
garden below to a muted medley of night sounds.