in a picturesque town like Eureka Springs,
Arkansas, the Angel at Rose Hall Bed & Breakfast
is an impressive sight. Rising on the top of a
dramatic hill at the edge of town, the grand
Victorian home surrounded by a beautifully landscaped garden
with a gazebo and fountain. Although the home
built within the last decade, the homes are
crafted with meticulous Victorian detail, down
to their covered balconies, welcoming porches and turrets.
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The innkeepers welcomed us inside, the
attention to detail and fine workmanship was
apparent. More than twenty stained glass windows
adorn the Angel at Rose Hall, several of them
antiques recycled from older buildings from
construction materials, like the carved
mantelpieces and beveled glass doors, provide a
romantic vintage charm to
The first floor
includes a Victorian parlor and dining room,
furnished with an exquisite 1886 dining room
set, complete with table, chairs and sideboard.
We got to see a wedding concluding in the parlor
as we checked in. The dining room was set with
silver cake stand, a gleaming set of silver service
and cut glass ice bucket. It
was very impressive.
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The kitchen and
breakfast room also offer guests cookies, hot
teas, hot chocolate, coffee and
sodas at all hours of the day. Upstairs, an
ironing board and refrigerator are available for
guests?use during their stay. A library of
current videos is also conveniently placed in
the upstairs common rooms for guests to browse
through and view in their rooms.
Itís easy to see
why the Angel at Rose Hall has earned
distinctive four-diamond approval rating
the last ten years for
exceptional service and accommodations.
The Angel is the only bed and breakfast in the
State of Arkansas that has earned this
prestigious award for 2006 and 2007.
The guest suites
are large and spacious, with fine antiques and
furnishings complementing the modern amenities,
such as gas fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs. In our
suite, the Jacuzzi sat beneath a stained glass
window in a dramatic tower. The soft bed is
covered with designer linens, which Sandy
carefully turns back for you as you check in.
As if the charm
and luxury of our room wasnít welcome enough,
gourmet chocolates and fresh flowers awaited us.
The stereo in the room offers a CD player in
addition to the radio. In the bathroom, an
antique dressing table had been carefully
converted to serve as our sink and vanity area.
A large two-person shower makes the extravagant
accommodations complete. Our suite also
offered a second-story balcony from which we could
look out over the trees and admire the Arkansas
wildlife, including some rare white squirrels
that played among the trees near the inn.
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It takes a
certain knack to build something new and
incorporate old-world charm. Itís obvious that
previous owner Sandy Latimer had that knack. She says that she sort of
ďfell into?the art of Inn keeping several years
ago when people would stop and ask to stay in
her Eureka Springs home. They bought the first
house at Rose Hall, and when its five rooms were
constantly full for seven or eight years, they
decided to expand and build the second home, the
Angel at Rose Hall.
Sandy, too, had
found a natural link between B&Bs, weddings and
honeymoons. The Inn, with its gorgeous interior
and picturesque outdoor garden and fountain,
hosts hundreds of small intimate weddings each
year. To make the occasion even more special,
The new Innkeeper, Susan will prepare special rates for wedding
packages. Typically, a package includes a
minister, wedding cake, flowers, music and
candlelight, the coupleís stay at the inn, and
other special options, such as horse-drawn
carriage rides, dinner reservations and Eureka
Springs AR trolley passes.
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Susan, her goal is to put all the pieces
together so that the bride and groom can simply
show up and enjoy their time together. Couples
usually have such a wonderful time, they make
the Angel at Rose Hall an annual tradition,
visiting on anniversaries, birthdays and special
In the morning,
we headed down to the breakfast room for our
candlelit breakfast. We were greeted cheerfully
and seated us at one of the small tables. With
beautiful windows of stained glass and an
eclectic collection of teapots, the breakfast
room was a great place to sit and enjoy our
meal. The atmosphere was elegant and very
comfortable. We were offered
chocolate muffins with cran-raisins, fresh
fruit, a delicious breakfast quiche and
wonderful coffee. Ron joked with the guests and
made sure that there was never an empty glass of
their special fruit juice blend.
privacy. Ron and Sandy Latimer at the Angel at
Rose Hall built this Inn to offer the guests the finest quality
in everything they provide, from the decor to
the food and the chocolates next to the pillows.
The new Innkeeper, Susan Misavage is continuing
these traditions. See the
amenities that The Angel provides for the
The convenient location just at the edge of
Eureka Springs Arkansas enables guests to experience the
area without forfeiting the extravagance of a
luxury getaway. If you visit the inn, this
should serve as fair warning: the experience is