If you like the simplicity of the era of horse-drawn carriages, cobblestone streets, heirloom antiques and spacious verandas, then reserve a room at ASLP’s Piedmont House and let the stress of modern society disappear like the morning mist off the Ozark hills. Located right across the street from Briarwood, Daffodil Cottage, and All Seasons Inn, the Piedmont House began serving travelers to Eureka Springs as a boarding house circa 1880 and is the region’s longest continually operating lodging facility. We’re proud to maintain such an important piece of Eureka Springs history, and although the Piedmont has the feel of a time gone by, it provides all the amenities of today.
Step into the welcoming foyer and history is all around you. Antique furniture, hardwood floors, handcrafted quilts, and Victorian décor remind you of the generations who have stood in the same place. The vintage glamour of bygone days shines from every corner of this charming choice in the ASLP family. The wide open gathering room is great for larger groups and its expansive windows provide breathtaking views of the Ozark mountains.
Many of Piedmont House’s rooms, open onto wraparound verandas furnished with rocking chairs inviting you to slow down, breathe deeply, sip a cool drink, and let your cares slip away. You deserve to be transported to simpler times.
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Below is a diagram of The Piedmont House depicting suite locations in the building.