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Lodging Recommendations - Eureka Springs, AR - Restaurants too

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At last, I get to do a little trip planning, even if it is for just a couple of days. Last September I took my mother-in-law and her sister to Eureka Springs for a few days. They had such a good time that I said I would take them back again when my MIL comes for her annual visit. So, I'll be taking them on a little road trip again in September.

Last year I planned it in a hurry, and didn't ask for advice. I won't make that mistake again! We stayed at the Joy Motel which had good and bad points. We won't be returning there. But, I find myself a bit overwhelmed with the sheer volume of places to stay there. Tough problem to have eh? I'm hoping that someone here will have some suggestions.

One of the things I really liked about the Joy Motel was that there was an outside balcony we could sit on on the warm evenings we were there. (there was a front and back entrance, off the back was the balcony) Also, my MIL smokes, so she could smoke outdoors and relax. And, of course, it was right on the trolley line, but I think most places are.

I prefer to have my own room, but MIL and Sis can share. I want this to be my treat, so would love it if I could get two rooms, one being a double, for $100 or less for each room. Even better if they are connecting rooms.

So, I've put down lots of info, I hope someone some suggestions I can check out. I'm going to go surfing now and see if anything pops out.

I decided to add a postscript! Would love to hear about favorite restaurants there as well.

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