With 3,300 square feet of pure luxurious living, our mission style decor can easily accommodate from up to 10 guests
NOTE – The rate is based on an occupancy of 4 people. Additional guests are $25 per person. (Enter the number of guests and your quote will reflect that quantity in the total price)
Our beautiful and spacious Lodge Retreat is rich in amenities. Guest after guest tell us that their stay on Stone Wall Mountain has been better than they had even dreamed it could be!
Layout: Large entry into a wonderful living room area with a fantastic fire place. Kitchen and extra-large dining area provides plenty of room to prepare large meals and dine together. Master Bedroom – plush King bed with en-suite bathroom, Bedroom 2 – Queen Bed, Bedroom 3 – Queen bed, Bedroom 4 – Queen Bed. Bonus Sleeping Area (game room) – Queen Futon.
Make Your Reservation Early! We book up fast, and there is only one “Stone Wall Mountain Lodge”.
The Lodge on Stone Wall Mountain is “gorgeous in every detail”, according to our guests. We know this is true because we have labored hard and spared no expense in putting our guest’s desires first. Our guests discover an enchanted place which needs for nothing, and has all of the comforts of home. Not stopping there, we have built in quality, luxury, and a true work of art. We are building our unique paradise by giving our guests more than they could have possibly imagined, and by earning their loyalty.
Stone Wall Mountain Lodge is completely unique, with over 1662 acres of hiking and mountain biking trails, beautiful natural bluffs, caves, streams, and beautiful native forest dating back well over a century in growth. From the more adventurous to the more relaxed, every guest will be pleased with their discovery of this Ozark Paradise. Wonderful memories are built in this place!
1.4 Miles North Of Eureka Springs, Arkansas On Highway 23
Note: This property is located down a significant gravel road that is not suitable for cruiser-style motorcycles.
25% due at time of Booking – Remainder due 30 days before arrival.
Stone Wall Mountain is rich in history. Billions of years old, Stone Wall Mountain rests along the northern rim of the Boston Mountain, part of the Ozark Mountain Region. The ancient Ozark Mountains, not unlike the Grand Canyon, were caused by erosion, not Tectonic Plate upheaval. Stone Wall Mountain was part of a territory that was populated by various tribes of Native Americans over thousands of years. This mountain was settled in the 1700s by Native American Qua-paw Indians. The name of our state, “Arkansas”, was labeled by Lewis and Clark when their Indian Guides identified the tribe by mispronouncing “Qua-paw”. To Lewis and Clark it sounded more like “Ar-Kan-Saw”. In the 1800s some Native American Cherokee Indians, forced westward from Tennessee, settled in this area, and on Stone Wall Mountain. They were driven from the area by the mid 1800s. Around 1856 Confederate Soldiers encamped atop Stone Wall Mountain and erected a still existing rubble stone wall encompassing the entire mountain rim. In the late 1800s the U.S. Government sold land tracts to settlers, including our 62 acres. As far as we can track, one of the first families to settle on this mountain were Irish immigrants who homesteaded through tough times, and who helped add to our mountain walls. On Stone Wall Mountain, the remains of an old root cellar, a hand dug stone-lined well, along with the rubble stone wall, still remain as a testament of the tenacity of many Americans on this beautiful land. The 150 year old rubble stone wall which rings our entire mountain top inspired our naming the mountain “Stone Wall Mountain”.
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