Love Downtown Eureka?
Hang out on our patio and listen to the music from downtown, and enjoy the chiminea -- we provide firewood and seating for five.
Feeling your Inner Ghostbuster?
In the early 1900's, The Maplewood Manor was a boarding house to many who came to Eureka hoping to cure all manner of ailments with spring water. At least one of those visitors remained behind: a little girl that we call MaryBeth. While we don't know her story, she has made herself apparent to many of our former residents and guests.
The Maplewood Manor is the most "active" site on the Haunted Eureka Springs Ghost Tour.
Rates are for the whole house. Two-night minnumum on weekends and holidays. Special holiday rates may apply. City and state sales and occupancy taxes are extra. Contact us for availability and exact quotes.
We go all out for Holidays!
It's never too early to plan for Christmas, Thanksgiving, family reunions, wedding showers and more.
We'll do all we can to make your event special.
Parking is no problem!
With four parking places on Armstrong Street, you can park your cars and easily walk to Basin Park, Spring Street shops, restaurants and bars without ever having to get back in your car.
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