Happy New Year and a Prosperous 2012

Happy New Year and may 2012 be all you want it to be.

Consider booking your suite now at Heart of the Hills Inn for 2012. Many weekends book early. 2011 was a record setting year for this inn and 2012 is starting out well.

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Merry Christmas

Happy Holidays to all and to all: Heart of the Hills is ready for you in 2012

May you have very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. For 2012 consider a getaway to Heart of the Hills Inn in Eureka Springs for some needed relaxation, refreshment and maybe some romance.

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Travel & Leisure Magazine named Crystal Bridges one of the top 12 sites to see in 2012: add Heart of the Hills Inn in Eureka Springs to the trip

Joyous times are ahead: I booked my stay at Heart of the Hills B&B in Eureka Springs and will tour Crystal Bridges in Bentonville. I got the Crystal Bridges packags as well.

Bentonville, Arkansas

Until now, Bentonville, Arkansas, has been famous for one thing: it’s the home of big-box retailer Walmart. But Alice Walton, youngest heir to the empire, is using a large share of her wealth—estimated by Forbes at $21 billion—to transform the region into a world-class cultural destination. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art (479/418-5700), opened in November, is a showcase for Walton’s impressive collection—and an audacious gamble that a large-scale arts institution can thrive in the Ozarks.

To hedge her if-you-build-it-they-will-come bet, Walton hired architect Moshe Safdie to design the museum, set on 120 wooded acres just outside town. He created a series of gently curving pavilions hovering dramatically around and over ponds fed by natural springs. Walton also approached 21c Museum Hotels—which put Louisville, Kentucky, on the art-world map—about opening a property in town. (Designed by Deborah Berke, it’s due next January.) Her biggest investment may be the collection itself, bought at often eyebrow-raising prices and covering the full sweep of American art, from Colonial portraitists Gilbert Stuart and John Singleton Copley to 19th-century masters Winslow Homer and Thomas Eakins, with a splash of contemporary art (Andy Warhol; Roxy Paine; Jenny Holzer) thrown in.

The museum is already being touted by some as a countrified Guggenheim Bilbao—and Walton herself as a latter-day Morgan or Frick, digging deep into her pockets and dreaming big. This may be enough to attract culture seekers from around the country, if not the world. But there’s another enticement. In true Walmart spirit, they’re rolling back prices here, too: admission is free
Add a stay in Eureka Springs at Heart of the Hills Inn a luxury B&B to the trip and you will be smiling all the time.

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New Promotional Video of Heart of the Hills Inn in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Wow, if that is a romantic twinkle what does she look like when she is mad?

Check out our web site home page for the newest video of Heart of the Hills Inn with Edith Piaf singing. Just another small way to display how great Heart of the Hills Inn is for relaxation, refreshment or maybe some romance. Nothing like a little French singing to get the romance twinkle in the eye.

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Christmas is almost upon us

Let's go swimming with Santa!!

Check out the Christmas package for Heart of the HIlls Inn. There is one more  suite available at this time for the holiday. If you have been nice all year, Santa will go swimming with you at Lake Leatherwood. Come on over to Eureka Springs the water is fine.

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Guest Comments

Check out the prior guest comments posted on the web site under guest comments. They say it best about why you want to consider Heart of the Hills Inn when you are thinking of coming to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Relaxation, refreshment and maybe some romance await you. Anniversaries, honeymoons, escapes, girl friends getaways are just a few of the reasons to stay at Heart of the Hills Inn.

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