Cresent Cottage Inn

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Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 4
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The house was built in 1881 by the famous Powell Clayton, first governor of Arkansas after the Civil War, a former US Senator and later, an Ambassador to Mexico.

The Loop is the only street the trolleys roam in the Historic District. You can amble to town in a few minutes past parks and springs or hop on the trolley by our door. Watch all of the parades right from our front porch - they only use the Historic Loop

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