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Eureka Springs Castle Treehouse, Arkansas is a truly unique, castellated treehouse-style vacation property in Eureka Springs. Although there is a variety of accommodation types on site – including Hobbit Caves, a Grotto and some 'standard' treehouses – we're interested in the castle-esque treehouse which is approached via a drawbridge-style feature. There are also a number of small wedding venues available.
Eureka Springs Treehouses, Caves, Castles, and Hobbits
'Very unique lodging and vacation destination in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Our Elves will be offering a free walking tour of downtown Eureka Springs on Tuesday & Thursday mornings at 9AM for our guest staying with us. Did you know that none of the streets cross at right angles or that every floor of the seven story Basin Park Hotel is ground level. Come and find out these and other interesting facts about Eureka Springs from one of our very own famous Elves!'
3018 E Van Buren
Eureka Springs, AR 72632
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