1884 Tinkerbelle's Wildwood Bed and Breakfast

Address: 808 Park Ave., Hot Springs, Arkansas, 71901, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 808 Park Ave., Hot Springs, is near Magic Springs & Crystal Falls, Gangster Museum of America, Ouachita National Forest, and Romancing the Stone.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews 1884 Tinkerbelle's Wildwood Bed and Breakfast Hot Springs

    Great place to stay

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    We could only stay one night and had to leave because they were booked. That one night was great. David and Rebecca are great hosts. The room was clean, the rose and chocoate were refreshing and the breakfast was wonderful. They make you feel like part of their family. We will definitely go back to Hot Springs just to stay there, we feel as if we would going to visit relatives. Thanks for such a great night!

    Elegant and Comfortable B&B

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    The beautiful architectural details of the home itself, the lovely decorated, but very comfortable rooms, to the scrumptious breakfast, make this a wonderful place to stay.

    The innkeepers are warm and welcoming, making you feel right at home. Be sure to take their tour and learn the history of the home.

    Definitively a must stay and visit Bed & Breakfast.

    Romantic Place to Stay.

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    My husband took me there for my birthday and we both enjoyed our stay. The breakfast was so good and the people we so nice to us. Everyone should choose this place when they want the best.

    L'Amour...Amor...Amore......

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    Whatever the language, all we can say is that this was the perfect nido d'amore (love nest). Such gracious hosts, such a spectacular home, and such wonderful memories....(Can you tell that we spent our honeymoon there?) We began planning our return visit before we ever left the city limits to return home.

    I have never felt so welcome in someone's home as I felt there. You could tell that they truly love what they do.....And it showed in every aspect of our experience.

    Let them guide you through the city and be open to their recommendations. They are "locals", after all.

    Study the home and all of it's nooks and crannies......You'll be amazed and impressed by the craftsmanship and attention to detail.

    And don't, under ANY circumstance......miss breakfast!!!!

    Wildwood 1884 - The Place To Go In Hot Springs!

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    THIS WAS A COMPLETELY AMAZING EXPERIENCE. My wife and I celebrated our 25th anniversary there and we could not have found a more romantic setting to do so. We stayed in the Blue Parlor Room that has it's own private, second floor porch...complete with porch swing.

    If you are going somewhere to relax, this is your place. If you are going somewhere romantic, this is your place. If you are interested in history, this is your place. If you are wanting to go somewhere where the owners and staff will bend over backward to make sure your stay is the best, this is your place.

    From the rose on the bed to the four course breakfast to the post-breakfast tour of the house to the relaxing evenings on the porch, no detail is left undone and if it is...David and Rebecca will see to it immediately. Homemade goodies in the pantry, gormet coffee 24 hours a day...I could go on and on, but you just have to experience it for yourself. Wildwood 1884 has my highest recommendation.

    The Absolute Best!

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    My wife and I spent the entire weekend at Wildwood for our 10th anniversary. It was the most relaxing and wonderful place we've ever spent time. David and Rebecca are wonderful hosts and go out of their way to ensure your comfort. David also re-married my wife and I. The Rudyard Kipling room is truly the one to stay in if you're there for a romantic interlude, for the jacuzzi tub for two can't be beat! We loved it so much, we're already planning our next vacation!

    Magnificent retreat!

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    Had a fabulous weekend at Wildwood 1884!

    Surroundings are preserved well--steeped in interesting historical and architectural detail. Not only does one rest peacefully: a chef's delight follows. All concerned provide a congenial, pleasant atmosphere. I'll see it again to keep abreast of expansion, additional features, and revelations regarding the Ellsworth family.

    Keep up this wonderful restoration, David, Rebecca, and team!

    Wildwood is Pure Heaven!

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    You will be delighted with Wildwood! This B&B is the crown jewel of Hot Springs. The home is beyond words - it is absolutely gorgeous! You will be truly pampered sleeping on the feather beds. Breakfast is a 3-4 course 4-star meal. You'll even get the grand tour of four of the 5 levels of the house. The tour alone is worth trip. The hosts are the nicest people you'll ever meet. They make you feel like a family friend. Every detail is handled, from fresh goodies in the mini-kitchen, candles and bubble bath in your room, a rose and mints on your pillow, to spa and dinner reservations. We stayed in the Barrett-Browning Room on February 13 & 14, 2004. If you're not sure about staying at a B&B, give this one a try - you will be pleasantly surprised at how wonderful it can be. And, you can tell your friends you've stayed at the best place in Hot Springs!

    Wildwood is Wonderful

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    My parents stayed at Wildwood for their 50th Wedding Anniversary. They absolutely loved everything about it. The home is beautiful and beautifully decorated. The food was wonderful and wonderfully presented. The proprietors were extremely friendly and helpful. They gave a tour of the entire home complete with explanations about items of interest. It was surprisingly reasonably priced also. They will definitely visit Wildwood again, and I would like to visit there also.

    Wonderful Stay at Wildwood!

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    We stayed at the Wildwood for our 5th anniversary and were pleasantly surprised. The rooms were beautiful, the innkeepers were thoughtful, and we had a delicious, filling breakfast! The innkeepers take you on a tour and give you the facinating history of the home and it's former residents, which was a definate bonus. We will be coming back - no question! The innkeepers live on the bottom floor, so you are given plenty of privacy, and you don't feel like you are invading someone's home.

    TripAdvisor Reviews 1884 Tinkerbelle's Wildwood Bed and Breakfast Hot Springs

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