All around the country, folks are gearing up for spring break. Teachers, students, and parents are spending every spare moment deciding where to go. Even people without children find spring an irresistible time to travel – perhaps thanks to years of spring break conditioning.
Our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast is a fantastic destination for spring break. We’re located a couple of blocks from the heart of the historic district, a short walk to all sorts of shops and eateries. On top of that, there are many fun events lined up for March and April in Eureka Springs.
The Ozark Mountain Hoe-down opens for the season on Friday, March 11. This is entertainment at its finest – good music and lots of laughs – every night of the week except Tuesdays. More great music is to be found during Eureka Music Festivals at THE Auditorium, March 26 and April 2 and 30. In addition, the Pine Mountain Jamboree opens this weekend, March 4; the Jamboree features music from gospel to rock n’ roll, along with comedy to keep everyone in good spirits. It’s a Eureka Springs favorite.
The 29th Annual Victorian Classic takes place on Saturday, March 12, 2011. This 10k run and 2 mile run/walk benefit local charities. If you would never dream of leaving for vacation without your running shoes, this event may be for you.
The weekend of March 19 and 20th is the 15th Annual Spring Antique Show and Sale at the Convention Center. We know antiques here in Eureka Springs – after all, our whole downtown is on the National Record of Historic Places. Antique aficionados travel from all over the country to rummage through the Eureka Springs Antique Show.
April is filled with a UFO Conference (April 8 – 10), and a chainsaw carving festival (April 15 – 16). Really.
There is another good reason to stay at our Bed and Breakfast Eureka Springs, AR. Relaxation. We know of no better place to sit with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine than our wrap-around deck. We spend hours there, counting the birds as they come to feed; hundreds of different bird species pass through Eureka Springs in the spring and fall, and a surprising number of them end up in our backyard. Read, chat, or simply sit and enjoy the peaceful surroundings during your spring break vacation in Eureka Springs.