Eureka Springs Lodging
There is no better way to rest, relax and renew than in your own private Eureka Springs Cottages, motels, hotels, and Cabins. Eureka Springs and the surrounding area is chock full of a variety of log cabins, cottages in the trees, cedar homes, and everything in between. This time, find your perfect oasis in a cabin or cottage in Eureka Springs. Many of them are right on town and others are within minutes of downtown. Some mountainside, some lakeside, but all are just the ticket to a wonderful time.
On February 14, 1880, Eureka Springs was incorporated as a city. Thousands of visitors came to the springs based on Saunders’ promotion and covered the area with tents and shanties. In 1881, Eureka Springs enjoyed the status of Arkansas’s fourth largest city, and in 1889 it was the second largest city, behind Little Rock.
Eureka Springs lodging choices dot our landscape throughout the area. You will find the perfect place within minutes of downtown Eureka Springs or just minutes outside the city limits. Some are on mountain tops, others by Beaver Lake or the White River and some hidden completely by lush valleys that make up the Eureka Springs area.
* Livingston Junction Cabooses & Depot* Livingston Junction Cabooses & Depot
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Livingston Junction Cabooses & Depot ~ Sleep tonight in luxury in a historic Caboose fashioned from actual rolling stock and furnished in quaint elegance for your comfort. Enjoy our secluded area. Your stay with us will be a memorable one! Our cabooses are romantically nestled on the mountainside with a marvelous view of the historic site of railroading as it was in days gone by.
The name, Livingston Junction, combines the name of the “hollow” viewed down below the cabooses and the intersection where the original railroad from Seligman, Missouri headed south to Harrison, Arkansas and beyond. It spurs off to Historic Eureka Springs.
That same spur is used by the Eureka Springs & Northwest Arkansas Railway excursion train, so you can hear the steam engine chug. In the fall and winter, get a birds eye view of the railroad bridges and railroad “Junction.”
Livingston Junction Cabooses are recently restored, renovated and decorated to create a unique, cozy, comfortable and nostalgic lodging.
Each caboose has its own private driveway – fashioned to look like a railroad bed, an outdoor hot tub on a large deck with outdoor furniture, a grill and hammock.
The only thing to make your journey into the past complete is the swaying of the train on the tracks as you settle in to a comfortable berth for the night.
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The Junction Depot was built to replicate a railroad depot. The “Depot” offers a full kitchen, dining area, and living room with a pull out couch and a cozy fireplace. The bedroom has a queen size bed and the bathroom has both jacuzzi and shower. The large deck overlooks the switch back for the ESNA Railroad. A super place for couples and small families.
Stay off the beaten track. Stay with us. . .
Romance on the Rails at Livingston Junction Cabooses.
Live the nostalgia. Experience what life was like then. And imagine more . . .
Livingston Junction Cabooses is a tranquil retreat. We offer no Cable TV or Internet access. Televisions are for movie-watching only!
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This property is for sale ~ Contact Ken Riley Century 21