Tucked conveniently between All Seasons Inn and Briarwood Lodge (and right across the street from Piedmont House), Daffodil Cottage is one of the most iconic buildings in Eureka. According to our non-scientific study of personal naps taken in this very cottage, it is by far the most comfortable as well.
Speaking of comfort, rocking in a porch swing while enjoying a chilled beverage on one of the four covered porches is a lovely way to laze away the hours during your stay. Enjoy your own private entrance and amenities galore in each of the guest rooms. The unique fusion of Old World charm (four poster beds, antique wardrobes, Victorian knick-knacks, robes that make you never want to get dressed) and New World conveniences (flat screen TVs, free wi-fi, premium linens, beds that make you never want to get up, and Jacuzzis for two) may make you decide to never go home. Reserve your room today so you can enjoy it all.
All Seasons Luxury Properties complimentary breakfast (served next door at Briarwood Lodge) offers sweet and savory items just like Mom used to make. Daffodil Cottage is planted perfectly for your convenience and comfort, adjacent to delightful gardens and within walking distance to the heart of Historic Downtown Eureka Springs where you can find one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants.
If you have a group occasion, this carefully appointed cottage can be reserved in its entirety. With access to a full kitchen, five suites, and flexible sleeping arrangements, your party will be taken care of no matter the size.
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Below is a diagram of Daffodil Cottage depicting suite locations in the building.
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Parking for all guests staying at All Seasons Inn, Daffodil Cottage, and Briarwood Lodge is provided in the parking lot off upper Spring Street, adjacent to All Seasons Inn. There are also two spaces located on upper Spring Street in front of Briarwood lodge on an unassigned, first come, first served basis. Parking for Piedmont House guests is provided behind the Piedmont House building.