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Domestic Tranquility Cabins

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Domestic Tranquility Cabins



21031 Hwy 62 W
Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632


Phone: 479-253-8223


Latitude: 36°28'10"N
Longitude: 93°51'2"S


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Bathrooms: 0.00
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Floors: 0
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Daily

Daily:
 $115.00

For each of our Ozark Mountain cabins our daily rates are one hundred fifteen dollars per night for a two night stay. One hundred forty dollars for two people for a one night stay. There is a fee of $10.00 per person over two people for our North Woods Cabin and Deer Trail Cabin and a fee of just forty dollars per visit for the use of our bunk room at Hunters Cabin.

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Four cabins all featuring Adirondack style and decor, our backyard is 2000 pristine acres teaming with Arkansas native wildlife. When you are looking for secluded cabin lodging in Eureka Springs, look no further than Domestic Tranquility Cabins

Our Ozark Mountain Cabins located just west of Eureka Springs are all Adirondack style cabins. Our backyard is 2000 pristine acres in the Ozark Mountains, teaming with Arkansas native wildlife.

The logs for our Eureka Springs cabins were milled right here on our own property and the restoration work was all hand done by us. Whenever possible we use the same methods used by our ancestors, to preserve the authenticity and natural beauty of our surroundings.

The main cabin serves as our home and office,we invite you in to sit and visit, talk with us and learn about our area, and view our collection of antique farm items.

There is a telephone here at the main house if a need arises for you to use.

We try to build each of our Eureka Springs Cabins the way they would have been originally built in their respective eras.

Whenever possible we try to use as many recycled building materials as we possibly can so as to help preserve our natural resources for future generations to enjoy our woodlands as we have.

In the case of our Pine Log Cabin we used 100 year old logs from an Ozark Mountain Cabin that was moved from the White River to Seligman, Missouri before the dam was constructed there. It was then moved to our property where we lovingly restored it to it's present condition.

Domestic Tranquility Cabins - Eureka Springs, Arkansas

2006-10-23