The tasting room and retail wine sales are located in the Spanish-style building that is shared with Keels Creek Art Gallery (at the address listed above). The spacious gallery is open and expansive, ideal for art viewing while enjoying a glass of quality local wine. You can also relax by the two massive stone fireplaces. The tasting room and gallery are open daily during the summer months from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Smokey, the senior member of our Cliff Cottage Inn team, is wearing his best Hawaiian lei, ready to go to the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce Luau. Smokey is our fashion consultant and always looks smashing!
Striped Bass, White Bass, and hybrids are all on the move in our area, decamping the river as water temperatures rise and bass spawning draws to a close. The White River has been in the 70-degree range recently and the Kings River is running at swimming temp – 78 degrees last week. In Beaver Lake, good top water bites are being achieved with big redfins and Sara Spooks. Searching along the flat areas near shore is a good place to cast, and sunrise and sunset are yielding excellent results. Also look for gravelly area, stumps and natural nesting areas where big ones seem to be biting now.
Be sure and book one of our historic cottages or luxury Jacuzzi suites and we can help you arrange a memorable fishing trip with guide services.
One of our favorite groups, Trout Fishing in America, performed this weekend at Eureka Springs’ venerable city auditorium, The Aud. This wonderful facility is just a half a block away from Cliff Cottage Inn, on Main Street, and features comfortable vintage seating and superb acoustics. The duo of Tout Fishing in America gave a very lively performance, featuring not only superb instrumental work on guitar, banjo, electric bass (and something I had not seen before – an electric concert double bass in the shape of a traditional double bass neck with a support stick out the bottom) but also new vocals from their upcoming CD. During intermission, both musicians mixed with the audience and shared performance stories. We were thrilled to have had the opportunity to catch this class act and to be able to share it with some of our guests at Cliff Cottage Inn.
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A few weeks ago, Mike Shubic, videographer and travel writer, visited Cliff Cottage Inn. He proved to be amazingly creative and we had lots of fun with him as he toured Eureka Springs and our inn. Mike produced a fast-paced video narrative of Cliff Cottage Inn as well as illustrating some of the charming aspects of our quaint Victorian village. To see the results of Mike’s efforts, check out the link below:
Come stay with us and enjoy for yourself the sights and sounds of Eureka Springs at Cliff Cottage Inn, just 17 steps down to Main Street and all the neat shops, restaurants, music spots and historic buildings.