Singleton House is an old-fashioned place with a touch of whimsy, now
celebrating 30+ seasons. Sheltering a multi award winning
American in Bloom garden on a hillside in the heart
of Eureka's Historic District.
The inn is
only one block to Ermilio's
Eureka's downtown shops, spas, galleries and cafes are just
one block scenic stroll away.
Eureka's old tme trolley stops at Singleton St.
This inn is thoughtfully decorated with
an selective collection of antiques, folk art, and unexpected treasures.
from a variety of light, airy, & uniquely
furnished affordable guest rooms, including two-room suites, some with
and outside entrances for the inn's
"Girl's Day Out"
Help yourself to iced or hot teas, pink
lemonade, cocoa, apple ciders and coffee bar available 24/7. A refrigerator
microwave are available for guest use.
Porches with rockers and
swing allow you to "relax to the max."
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.
be happy to make your reservations for the Dinner Train, Passion
Play, Bath House, and other local events.
Barb and her staff invite you to
celebrate their 30th season with them. If you think you want to be an innkeeper one
day, Barb offers
those wanting more privacy try the a romantic
Cottage with an "Adventure Tub" for two
plus separate shower, fireplace, large treetop porch with hammock and swing. The
hideaway cottage is perfect for honeymooners and those celebrating special occasions. It's located at a separate wooded Historic District location with lots of deer and only three blocks from the
downtown happenings. The
trolley stops at the corner by the Art Colony and one of Eureka's
newest cafe, "Fresh".
|If you think
you want to be an innkeeper one day, Barb offers an
inn-keeping apprenticeship 1-2 week training to experience
hands on all aspects of being an innkeeper.
"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.
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin
One Day in Eureka Springs
Girl's Day Out Eureka
America in Bloom
award winning tree