Posted by on November 17, 2011 in Upcoming Events

If you have family in Eureka Springs, consider sharing the holiday with them while enjoying your own space. After all, it feels good to have a room of one’s own. Spend quality time with your family, and then retreat to our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast for some alone time. Your Thanksgiving hosts won’t need to think about cleaning the spare room, laundering the towels, or preparing breakfast, because we’ll take care of all that. With fewer worries filling their minds, your family will be more relaxed while you’re in their home. The holiday will be better for everyone.

If you don’t yet have set plans for Thanksgiving, and if you’re ready for a change this year, consider spending Thanksgiving here, in beautiful Eureka Springs. Take a break from hosting or being hosted, and enjoy the long weekend at your leisure. Several Eureka Springs restaurants will serve Thanksgiving meals, some family style, some buffet style.

Eureka Springs restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner, 2011:

  • The Crescent Hotel.┬áRoasted Turkey, rosemary and garlic Leg of Lamb, Steamship of Beef, Honey Glazed Ham, Mesquite Salmon, and a host of salads, sides, and desserts.
  • Garden Bistro. A Thanksgiving feast guaranteed to be as delicious as their other food.

Thanksgiving Weekend is a festive time in Eureka Springs. The spirit of Christmas takes over, and colorful lights and decorations dress streets, homes, and shops. It’s a fantastic weekend to start your holiday shopping. The unique shops and art galleries in historic downtown Eureka Springs will be open all weekend. In addition, the Eureka Springs School of the Arts hosts their Winterfest Fine Art and Craft Show on November 25 and 26, from noon to 6 p.m., at the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center. It should be easy to find unique gifts for your friends and loved ones.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast during this holiday season.