Seeking out a romantic destination can sometimes be a tricky game. You want more than a perfect destination — you want a romantic place to stay, perhaps trying to avoid hotels. You want great spots to dine, be entertained, and shop. You’d love to fly to Switzerland, but it’s not in the budget. Allow us to introduce you to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, also known as Little Switzerland of the Ozarks, in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.
We’ve selected a dozen cabin options — all of which are wonderful in their own right. You’ll find that many of these are specifically set up for couples, offering a one-bedroom, one-bathroom cozy setup for the ultimate private getaway for couples seeking exactly that. There are some larger options, too, but if your focus is on privacy and peace, we’ve got you covered.
If you’re not sure what Eureka Springs is all about, fear not, you will find plenty of things to do in this little mountain town, including a good number of places to eat, and lots of reasons to give it a try. Having personally experienced this beautiful destination, I think you’re going to be glad you made the trip.
Hilltop Hideaway$198/nightly avg
Appropriately named, the Hilltop Hideaway is in the Enchanted Forest Resort and offers total privacy yet is just minutes from downtown Eureka Springs and Table Rock Lake. With a wrap-around deck and lounge furniture, you will enjoy beautiful mountain views, an exclusive hiking trail, and historic Blue Moon Cave. Inside, you will find a gas fireplace and satellite television with a king-sized bed in the upstairs master bedroom. Whether you’re soaking in the indoor Jacuzzi or taking in nature’s views on the deck, this beauty is sure to please.
PJ’s Perch$165/nightly avg
Things can be a little bit tricky when seeking a little larger spot to stay in a town otherwise known for smaller, cozy spots, but PJ’s Perch offers just that — three bedrooms and three bathrooms just minutes from the heart of Eureka Springs. Situated on a dead-end street, you’ll find plenty of privacy but enough room for a boat trailer or jet skis if that’s your thing. Inside, there’s space for up to eight people to sleep and a well-equipped kitchen. Then, step out back to the deck where you’ll find a six-person table and hot tub overlooking over a half-acre lot for your pets to enjoy.
Aspen At The Woods$217/nightly avg
Located in the Woods Cabins, the Aspen at the Woods cabin is just a 5-minute walk from the heart of Eureka Springs. Located on a mountain top with cobblestone walkways, Aspen at the Woods is surrounded by nature and offers access to the “Hot Tub in the Ozarks,” located within the Woods complex with all sides of the fully-screened cabin facing trees. Inside the Aspen, you’ll find a comfortable living room, full kitchen, and gorgeous bedroom while also enjoying a private deck just outside. If privacy and coziness are what you and yours are seeking, Aspen at the Woods offers you just that.
The Chateau Treehouse$156/nightly avg
Does a romantic getaway with space for just you and one guest in a treehouse sound cool to you? Me too! The Chateau Treehouse has everything you could possibly want in a treehouse — or any romantic getaway spot, for that matter. With a two-person jetted tub, private deck, fireplace, 40-inch flat panel television, kitchenette, refrigerator, and more, you’re going to love the king bed and private deck that features a glider and bistro table and chairs. You will need to go down — then back up — a small flight of stairs to gain entry. If that’s a concern, take a look at the photos provided to make sure this is a spot that will work for you.
The Hideaway In Cinnamon Valley$291/nightly avg
For those looking for a private and romantic getaway for a party of two, this gem at the end of a private road in the woods offers an open floor plan, loft bedroom, and plenty of opportunity for rest and relaxation. The Hideaway at Cinnamon Valley, one of a series of cabins in this resort, features a private deck, charcoal grill, fully-equipped kitchen, vaulted ceilings, a wood-burning stone fireplace, Jacuzzi, and more. It’s close enough to the Eureka Springs shopping district to be convenient but secluded enough to offer amazing views and privacy. Gorgeous location!
Whispering Pines$188/nightly avg
Perfectly situated just outside of town but close enough to be near the fun, Whispering Pines is a luxury cabin on a wooded mountain at the Enchanted Forest Resort. You’re going to enjoy the seclusion this beauty offers, along with a king-sized bed in the master that comes with a Jacuzzi tub for two. Be sure to check out the private hiking trail and historic cave on the property, and enjoy your quiet nights on the deck, which comes with furniture and a grill. There’s space for four in this gem. Make sure your vehicle can handle a small climb!
Mountain Top Cabin$173/nightly avg
Ideal for a couple that’s looking for a secluded destination, this Mountain Top Cabin offers a large deck that includes a grill and furniture in a wooded setting. The bedroom features a king bed, flat screen television, and Jacuzzi for two. Take a hike and check out the private cave on the property!
Loblolly Pines Cabin$125/nightly avg
Part of a community of cabins, the Loblolly Pines Cabin was renovated in 2019 and sits just steps from a private trail. Your bedroom features a king-sized bed and Jacuzzi, while the cabin offers cable television, a refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and more. Step outside onto a covered porch that includes rocking chairs and a great view of the sunset. Interested in taking a hike? Hiking poles are provided! When you’re ready to head into town, you can hitch a ride on the Eureka Springs Purple Trolly Route. Bring your pets — they’re welcome at Loblolly Pines!
Out On Main Guest Cottage$135/nightly avg
When seeking out a cozy cabin that’s right in the heart of Eureka Springs, a look at the Out on Main Guest Cottage is an absolute must! Situated on Main Street in the Eureka Springs Historic District, the Out on Main Guest Cottage is an easy walk to all of what Eureka Springs is best known for — shopping, fine dining, and quaint buildings. While relaxing back at the cabin, enjoy your large private deck and fully-equipped kitchen. Please note that there are 13 steps to get up to the cottage from the street.
The Bodie House$265/nightly avg
Situated right in the middle of the Eureka Springs Historic District, The Bodie House was built in 1885 and is on the National Register of Historic Homes. A beautiful restored Victorian Home, the Bodie House features period antiques with all the gingerbread trim you’d expect to see. The beautiful views from your deck are sure to be a highlight, including views of Eureka Springs Valley and the Christ of the Ozarks. This cute cottage is sure to please! It’s important to note that some of the reviewers indicated a narrow staircase in the house, and the maximum number of allowed guests is four, with children under 12 not permitted.
Rose Cottage$310/nightly avg
Touted as the most stunning Gothic Victorian cottage in Eureka Springs, Rose Cottage is located in the woods next to Harding Springs Park. Just a short walk to downtown dining and shopping, this newly renovated romantic gem has two private bedrooms and baths, a common living area, dining area, and kitchen. With amazing views from the Gothic Victorian windows, be sure to step outside and enjoy the wrap-around porch. This one is a must see!
Blue Crystal Hideaway$159/nightly avg
This adorable little house sits just a block and a half from the historic downtown district and has multiple trolley stops nearby — if a walk into town isn’t for you. Ideal for couples (one bed sleeps two), Blue Crystal Hideaway feels like a romantic dollhouse! This secluded location features cathedral ceilings, a fireplace, a Jacuzzi, rose-colored lace curtains, as well as antique furnishings. You’ll have to go upstairs to find the bedroom, but once there, you’ll love the cozy setting. Keep an eye out for an occasional deer visit!
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