My husband and I got married at the Cliff House Inn July 30, 2005 right in the restaurant on the right hand side - patrons were on the left and every one joined in our celebration - we had about 30 people and took up that whole half and the rooms downstairs for the weekend - just before the previous owners sold it - but we return often even if we only have time to eat a delicious plentiful meal there - usually breakfast while touring the beautiful area. There is no place like the Cliff House Inn - the new owners have been gracious and remember us each time we visit - due to work schedules with a government job - it is difficult for us to stay over but we try - very popular place, neat and clean, have never had bad service, regular patrons there often for meals, every one is friendly - rooms are quaint and comfortable with the most awesome view of the sunrise in the morning with coffee service at your door. Don't miss any opportunity to stop here - but put your feet up and stay the night - reservations must be booked ahead especially in the Fall with color changes - hard to get a room then. I understand that they now have cabins available too - but nothing would be as good as the rooms below the restaurant - incredible atmosphere, viewing God's country.
This was a beautiful place to stay! Mike, Becky and all the staff were absolutily wonderful. The food, even reasonably priced, was delicious and home cooked. The inn was quiet, clean and the best placed we ever stayed. We will go back in the fall. Cliff House Inn gets 5 stars from Micheal and myself!! It's a dry county so bring your wine to sip while you're sitting on the deck that overhangs the canyon!
We stopped on our way back home in Early August, we have gone by several times as we traveled to visit family but had never stopped before...we got the lunch special and it was ok but we were very disappointed with the service apparently they were short handed that day and the manager was snapping at everyone, guest included...we won't return.
Good food but owner/manager very rude to a couple that had a small child. The owner asked the couple to pay for cleaning the carpet after their child spilled a drink. The child was only about 2 and was well behaved. This was a very weird siuation and I know everyone in the diner felt the tension the owner was placing on this couple. Very rude owner..I will not go back
My wife and I plan trips here when the fall leaves are changing colors. This place is in the middle of Arkansas' most beautiful area. The Inn is quaint with a RUSTIC charm and has the best view around. There are no telephones in the rooms. You should have reservations and request the one and only "suite" (best view) for $10 more. A caraffe of Coffee will be out in front of your room every morning around 6am. Watch the sunrise from the porch, sitting in your own private swing, converse with the other guests and sip your coffee. Then venture upstairs for the best breakfast you will find. Be sure to try their biscuits. This Inn has a following of regular customers including myself, eventhough it is a 500 mile drive from home. When there I find the guests are quite often returning patrons from various areas. Owners live on the premises and close everything up at 2pm. YOU MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS!!! Or you probably won't get a room. This Inn is located in a very beautifyl part of Arkansas. The owners are helpful with suggestions of scenic drives to explore. Don't just pass through, plan on staying a few days. You will like it here.
The Hampton Inn Harrison is situated 80 miles from Springfield Regional Airport and 150 miles from Adams Field Airport.The hotel
offers Wi Fi access in all public areas and meeting rooms. The hotel features a convenient business center, exercise ...
Guests will enjoy the convenience to many local attractions, including four lakes with bass fishing, trout fishing on the White
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