The Spring Street Inn B&B

Address: 522 Spring Street, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 71901, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 522 Spring Street, Hot Springs, is near Fordyce Bathhouse Visitors Center, Bathhouse Row, Ouachita National Forest, and Romancing the Stone.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Spring Street Inn B&B Hot Springs

    Great Experience at Spring Street Inn!


    Our stay at Spring Street July 12-14, 2004, was a GREAT experience. From the clean spacious rooms, to the fabulous breakfasts each morning, it was everything we had hoped it to be. Being our first time at a B & B, I was a little concerned when I booked it online.....especially since we were celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary. However, we were very satisfied, and look forward to returning again! We stayed in the Magnolia Room, and would recommend it to anyone desiring a romantic getaway!

    Charming Spring Street Inn


    Spring Street Inn was everything it promised to be. The house and the rooms are charming. I stayed in the Fountain room and plan to book it for my next visit. The owner has a sincere desire to ensure everyone enjoys their stay. On top of all this, it is a 5 minute walk to the baths and shopping area and across the street are hiking trails. A perfect location.

    The Most Romantic/Beautiful Place we have ever stayed!


    My husband and I were amazed at this beautiful Bed and Breakfast. It is surrounded by beauty and very convenient. The Inn itself is breathtaking - a long wrap around porch with swings surrounded by trees and flowers. You can look across the street and the National Park is right there with a hiking trail. To the left of the street and right across is a Health Spa. You can get wonderful massages for a very low price and walk back across the street to your Inn. We stayed in the carriage house, which is a little house on the property. You have a kitchen to yourselves and either the entire upstairs or entire downstairs. The room we had was upstairs and I am still in awe. Gorgeous hardwood floors and beautiful furniture - the room has been totally renovated. The bathroom is breathtaking - with a huge jacuzzi and two way fireplace. This was the most romantic place we have been. The breakfasts were superb. They brought our breakfast over to the carriage house and placed it in our kitchen every morning - we had yummy egg casseroles or blueberry french toast and a mini-dessert with every breakfast! For our Sunday morning dessert, we had banana splits. August, the Inn owner is very helpful and is there whenever you need him. He gave us great suggestions for bathhouses/massages - one being the Alchemy - and great places for dinner - Bella Arti. All within walking distance. If you are interested in a very relaxed mini-vacation. This is the place. This was one of our favorite vacations and places to stay.

    Spring Street Inn is SUPERB!!!


    If you like the "concept" of BED and BREAKFASTS, and if you're planning a trip to HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS...I HIGHLY recommend that you consider a "stay" at SPRING STREET INN!!!

    It's SUPER...

    It's SUPERB...


    * LOCATION - The location is GREAT in terms of proximity to the Hot Springs historic downtown...the baths...and the COOL water park...

    * DECOR - The decor is beautiful, warm and cozy. It made me feel right "at HOME"... I also enjoyed the BIG, old-fashioned front porch!!!

    * COMFORT - The bedrooms, bathrooms, and LIVING spaces are comfortable and delightful...

    (I slept GREAT both nights of my stay!)

    * BREAKFAST - Yum...yum...YUM!!! The breakfast was a WONDERFUL "treat"... It was AWESOME (even) to wake up to the delicious "smells" drifting up the staircase. Today's blueberry stuffed French Toast was AMAZING!!!

    * SERVICE - Friendly...Warm...Courteous...Attentive...


    In a "time" when companies have become so LARGE and IMpersonal - I canNOT begin to adequately express what it means to encounter a "spot" and people who TRULY "care" about providing the BEST "personalized" service possible!!! These guys at SPRING STREET INN pay attention to the SMALLEST details and they add up to making the "stay" the BEST ever!!!

    I was MOST impressed!!!

    If you're in HOT SPRINGS - do NOT miss the opportunity to stay at this MAGNIFICENT "spot"!!!

    I loved...loved...loved...LOVED it!!! I hope to return again!!!

    Thanks, Spring Street Inn!!!

    I give you...


    * 5 Stars


    * 2-Thumbs-Up...WAY UP!!!

    We loved the Spring Street Inn!


    We just returned from a weekend at the Spring Street Inn and I can't say enough good things about the Inn or the owner. We were running several hours later than our scheduled arrival time but with a single call everything was taken care and the only thing we had to do when we got there was find our room. The house is absolutely beautiful and August has done a wonderful job with the restoration. Breakfast was fabulous and the only thing missing from our midnight snack was milk to go with the cookies :) Of all the B&B's in Hot Springs this is the one to stay at if you're looking for a little relaxation and a friendly Innkeeper. As a side note, on a recommendation from August we had dinner at Belle Arti and both agreed it was the best Ravioli we'd ever had! I can't wait to go back.

    Comfortable accommodation in traditional house.


    We received a genuinely warm welcome on our arrival from the owner August Ericson and because the house was not full were upgraded to a more spacious room than we had originally booked.The house has been lovingly restored , has good modern facilities in a genuine period property and is furnished with antique and period furniture.Our room was very comfortable as were the public areas.There was only one other couple in the property during our visit (May 22 and 23,2004)who were on their honeymoon -we did not see them at all.The owner stays on site but not in the main building so it was almost like staying in our own home.The only visitors we saw were ants that managed to enter our room.I believe this may be a recurrent problem.Breakfasts were substantial comprising of fruit juice and large quiche type platters.Disappointing features that detracted from an overall excellent rating were a failure to service the room on the second day of our stay (a Sunday) ,the fact that the house will ultimately be part of a much larger hospitality facility which means that building work which the owner is undertaking himself will go on for some time on the site,no mention of evening deserts or cookies promised at time of booking and a recommendation to use a local German restaurant that did not live up to expectations.Overall we did enjoy our stay here and if we pass this way again we would not hesitate to stay at Spring Street Inn.It is almost excellent but not quite yet.

    Loved Staying there


    My wife and I stayed there the first week they were open. Loved the fresh cookies when I was hungry at 3 AM. Got the stuffing scared out of me when I ran into Augest in the dark when he came out to investigate the noise in the parlor.

    Glad to see they are still doing well, enjoyed the stay. Take the time to look at the reconstruction scrapbook, it is amazing what they did to restore this home. Definatly want to go back someday.

    Best Bed & Breakfast We've Ever Stayed In!!!


    We recently celebrated our ten-year anniversary here. The inn is beautiful and so many thoughtful touches! Candies in every room, snacks and drinks in the solarium, evening dessert trays in the dining room featuring freshly baked treats, flesh flowers on our bedside table, bathsalts next to the clawfoot tub. Delicious breakfast served every morning downstairs. I could go on and on. The innkeeper, August, was awesome! He recommended several restaurants and we loved every one of them (that is really saying something because I'm a picky eater!) He also recommended a hiking trail for us which we thoroughly enjoyed. We had a wonderful time and will definitely go back! We've stayed in several bed & breakfasts in Natchez, Vicksburg, Natchitoches and St. Francisville and this one hands down was our favorite. It is conveniently located, we walked everywhere and never moved the vehicle but a quiet location. Thanks, August, we had a great time and can't wait to return!

    Perfect Hot Springs Honeymoon!


    We were VERY comfortable and well fed during our honeymoon stay March 21-25, 2004. The Inn is within walking distance of Bathhouse Row, major attractions and wonderful restaurants. The owner provided us with maps and everything else a first time visitor would need, as well as excellent restaurant recommendations. We stayed in the Magnolia Suite. It was a large room, with a bathroom almost as big. The comfortable bed and jacuzzi tub were just what we needed. The linens, towels, and white terry robes were soft and sweet smelling. We had every comfort imaginable. Next visit, we think we'll stay in the Carriage House. The rooms were unoccupied during our stay, so we got to take a peak, and they are outstanding! Even more luxurious than the Magnolia. All rooms have ceiling fans and your own climate controls. Words cannot express how much we loved this place! Book your room through ---------------------

    Perfect accomodations


    Our stay at the Spring Street Inn was a wonderful experience. The owner is very friendly and knowledgeable about Hot Springs. The house has been lovingly restored and is immaculate and furnished with beautiful antiques. Breakfast in the mornings is both delicious and filling. The inn is very well located, we walked almost everywhere we went. By far the best vacation we've had and we plan to return.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Spring Street Inn B&B Hot Springs

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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