Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Valentine's Day - Je T'amie!

What easier way to say I love you (je t'amie) then with a Chantilly's Gift Certificate for Valentine's Day.

Call today to hear about our lover's champagne and chocolate package!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Eureka Springs - A Christmas Village

November 25- Christmas day, the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center will host a 350-piece lighted Victorian snow village, complete with several antique train sets running in the display. It’s a chance to view what Eureka Springs might have looked like in the 1800.  Viewing hours are 2-7 p.m. daily, or by appointment for special groups.

Eureka Springs Celebrates Christmas

Ho, Ho, Ho....who wouldn't know?

*Micah’s Somewhere in Time or Rannon’s Suite*
 Reserve 2 nights and your 2nd night is 50% OFF!

*Chantilly Garden Suite* 
 Stay 3 nights and your 3rd night is 50% off.

Must mention this special at time of booking, all discounted rates are paid for at time of booking. Non-cancelable and nonrefundable.  Only one discount per customer/booking. Expires December 19, 2011
Nov 25th - Find the Elves - an interactive search for families to explore downtown Eureka Springs,
Dec 17th - Santa in the Park - photos with Santa in Basin Spring Park on Saturdays through
Living Windows - See the magic of downtown before the parade as the window's come alive!
Dec 3rd - Santa's on Spring Fun Run - A new event! Our goal is 100 Santa's running down Spring Street

Friday, July 1, 2011

Eureka Springs Downtown Underground!

Behind the Scenes to Discover the Untold or Rarely spoken Stories of Downtown & Underground Eureka Springs.The Behind the Scenes walking adventure offers visitors a unique 75 minute opportunity to enjoy stories of Eureka Springs' Wild West Period, its renewal as an artist community and to explore the mysteries of a underground city. 

Explore the Downtown in Eureka Springs in a new and exciting way. The history and the colorful characters who have made Eureka Springs their home throughout the ages come alive through interactive storytelling.You can stand in the spot that Carry Nation gave her last speech, where one of the Doolin-Dalton Gang was caught by US Marshalls, and indian maidens were healed in the springs. We view caves where Eureka Springs water was collected or civil war soldiers from both sides were brought to heal.

We visit sites that are untouchable to the ordinary visitor including behind the scenes and on the stage of the City auditorium where the likes of Willie Nelson, BB King and Ray Charles performed.Then take a brave step into the unexplained underground buildings that lie under the streets and try to figure out the mystery for yourself! 

Go under the city where Bill Doolin of the Dalton gang was captured in the Underground City of Eureka SpringsThe tour is mildly adventurous - good for the whole family. Wear good walking shoes as you travel up and down through history exploring all the landscape has to offer. This is your chance to see Eureka Springs in a way that even local residents haven't seen! Unlock the past through an exciting adventure! Tickets:Adults: $12Kids: Free with paid AdultTickets are available half hour before the tour starts in Basin Spring Park at the kiosk or at the the Basin Park Hotel. «

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

July Specials!

Chantilly Lace Inn - Celebrating July 4th

Book two nights at Chantilly Lace Inn - Any suite and receive 10% off your stay!

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Blues Festival June 2 - 5

Are you ready for the Blues Fest?  Tix are going like hotcakes!   Actually, so are many of the premier guest suites in Eureka Springs.  This is a great time in Eureka with some very talented blues musicians but did you know the Blues Fest is a fundraiser as well? 

Proceeds from the Eureka Springs Blues Weekend go to benefit two non-profit organizations we have supported for the past decade, the Blues Foundation's Handy Artist Relief Fund and Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Happy Valentine's!

Don't leave your Valentine Waiting
Cupid is waiting for you!
 Surprise her with weekend stay at Chantilly Lace Inn.  
Stay two nights and we will provide the bubbly, complimentary on us. 

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Wishing you a Healthy, Happy, and Prosperous New Year!

Ring out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
The year is going, let him go;
Ring out the false, ring in the true.
~Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1850

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The holidays are coming, the holidays are coming

Ho, ho, ho who wouldn't know
Ho, ho, ho who wouldn't go
To Chantilly Lace Inn
For the holiday snow!!!

28th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes

December 4 - Book now for Eureka's Christmas Tour of Homes and receive a FREE tix!  Enjoy a Eurekan parade as well!  Meander in and out of about 10 Historic District home tours and see these folks dresses in period clothing.  You will feel like you are in a Charles Dickens story igniting the Christmas spirit.
Offered by the Historic Preservation Society. 
(This discount does not apply to other discounts).  

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Food and Wine Weekend - November 12th & 13th

Are you a food and wine snob? Then this is the weekend to plan your trip to Eureka Springs.

Participating restaurants and businesses celebrate with food and wine pairings. This is a food and wine connoisseur's must-do!  

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Did you know America's first Medieval Castle was built in the Ozarks?

Found deep in the Ozark Mountains in northwestern Arkansas it is one of the country's newest and probably most unique tourist attractions. The Ozark Medieval Fortress is the first full-scale castle being built on American soil. An army of craftsmen is using authentic tools and techniques from the Middle Ages to build a towering stone fortress that will not be completed until 2030.

Teams of architects, craftsmen and artisans started work in late 2009 on the 20-year project. It's all being done just the way it would have happened in Europe (except for a few nods to building codes and OSHA safety regulations). Workers are using locally quarried stones that are carved by hand, forged tools and old-fashioned manual labor. Carpenters, stonecutters, potters and others in period costumes toil each day at the project site, stopping only to answer questions from the visitors who began arriving after the project opened to the public in May 2010. The site includes a wooden castle reproduction to help tourists and schoolchildren visualize the finished product: a fortress with six-foot-thick stone walls, a drawbridge and towers reaching 24 feet above the inner courtyard.

The project is the work of a French couple, Michel Guyot and Noemi Brunet. Guyot has restored one castle in France and is already 10 years into a 20-year construction project similar to the Ozarks fortress. A local couple originally from France heard about Guyot's project and convinced him to duplicate the undertaking near their hometown in the Ozarks. 
Taken from Ozark Medieval Website

The Ozark Medieval Fortress is less than an hour from glitzy Branson, Missouri, approximately 2 hours from Eureka Springs, or the quieter Harrison, Arkansas.   Learn more at http://www.ozarkmedievalfortress.com/en-us/

Article taken from http://www.where2nowmag.com/

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Make a brilliant get away to Eureka Springs!

Eureka showing off her Fall colors!

Enjoy nature's spectacle right on our own screened in back porch.  Fall is peak season for more than just foliage!  Take advantage of the local wines harvested, enjoy our historic town we offer vibrant arts and exciting events.  Book now!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Did you Know?

Interesting facts about Eureka Springs:
  • Eureka Springs has earned the title of "one of the nation's most walkable cities" because of its pedestrian-friendly layout and inviting sidewalks with plenty to see and do along the way. 
  • The town's name comes from the Greek word "Eureka," meaning "I found it," and referring to the area's many naturally healing and soothing springs.
  • Eureka Springs is the nation's only city to have its entire downtown area named to the National Register of Historic places.
  • During the Civil War, Dr. Jackson's Cave Hospital was run to help the wounded soldiers; after the war, Dr. Jackson continued in the health business with his famous "Dr. Jackson's Eye Water."

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Fall Foliage

Yes, it is about that time of year to begin thinking of your trip to Chantilly Lace Inn for the spectacular Fall Foliage in the beautiful Ozarks.  October is our busiest month as our town shows its shades of reds, purples, browns and oranges!  Truly a treat before gearing up for the holidays.  Book your reservation today!


Friday, July 23, 2010

July 23 - July 24

Stay this weekend in any suite and get the second night at HALF OFF!  Call today 888-231-9895

Monday, July 19, 2010

Eureka Springs Gallery Tours

Eureka Springs Second Saturday Gallery Tours.  These gallaries keep their shops open and offer you a more intimate glimpse of their talented works.  Enjoy a glass of wine while you learn more about the artist, see work that is not always on display, learn about the technique(s) they use.  And purchase a great piece of art that you know will compliment you or your home!  Only four more dates left!
Sat, Aug 7
Sat, Sep 4
Sat, Oct 2
Sat, Nov 27

This piece is sold at Zarks (taken from their website as well)  It is a Nicholson glass sculpture.   The necklace above if from Fusion Squared and this is a fused glass pendent. 


Saturday, July 17, 2010

Last Minute Special!

Running a great special for the weekend of July 23 & 24 weekend. Call today to find out.  888-231-9895

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Eureka's Golden Gate Bridge

One of my favorite places – the Beaver Bridge in Beaver, Arkansas was built in 1949 by the Pioneer Construction Co. of Malvern, Arkansas and is modeled after the San Francisco, California Golden Gate Bridge and the Mackinac, Michigan Bridge. It the last remaining suspension bridge in the state of Arkansas. It crosses the White River. Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on April 9, 1990.

This beautiful old suspension bride is 554 feet long and only 11 feet wide with wooden planks and railings with wire suspension. Due to the bridge being so narrow, only one car can cross at a time. For a short time there was much debate about this historic bridge.  But due to locals voicing their desire to keep the bridge, the State of Arkansas did not tear down this historic beauty.

This bridge is also a star. It has been featured in the movie Elizabethtown. This area is so picturesque with poppies and wild flowers growing everywhere as well as the add of the beach area along the White River.

 Picture taken from Wikipedia.  Feel free to add your favorite shot of Beaver Bridge.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Chantilly Lace Inn

Uniquely Eureka!

In Eureka Springs, things to do are aplenty, and it is really impossible for a tourist to cover all of them in a single trip. It is rich in culture and has famous festivals as well as beautiful lakes, mountains and other natural attractions. One of the main reasons why people visit Eureka Springs is because it is home to some of the most famous buildings in Arkansas.  Chantilly Lace Inn is going to do a weekly feature on some of these buildings.  Stay tuned!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Spring into March in Eureka Springs

Spring is around the corner. Plan now for your Spring break in Eureka Springs!  Enjoy the new spring blooms, the fresh air, and quaint shops tucked into nooks and crannies while you discover our lovely town.  Call today at 888.231.9895 to find about our 'book early' specials!  www.chantillylaceinn.com

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Je t'aime

Nothing says I Love You then a visit to Eureka Springs for Valentine's.  Enjoy the romantic surroundings of Chantilly Lace Inn.  A favorite to many couples.  See why many continue to return again and again.  Book today!  http://www.chantillylaceinn.com/reservations.htm#reserve

Sunday, January 3, 2010


Book now for Valentines, Easter, May and Blues Fest!

Book by Jan. 31st – Stay 2 nights and second night is FREE. Must pay at time of booking, non-refundable, non-cancelable. This makes a Valentines gift VERY affordable.

Must complete stay by April 15th. Micah’s or Rannon’s Only

Half Off: Stay 2 nights and get the second night HALF OFF in the Garden Suite. Offer good thru 01/31/10

See our website reservations for more information!! http://www.chantillylaceinn.com/reservations.htm#specials

*13.75% tax not included in specials or pricing – Specials must be paid for at time of booking and are non-refundable and non-cancelable. Based upon availability.

Gift Certificates and coupons are not valid for specials. You must request these specials when first making your reservation. Offers cannot be combined and are not redeemable for cash. Only one discount or special per booking.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Tis a New Year

A new year is beginning to peak through

softly beautiful and different like new falling snow,
each day unique and shaped just for you.
Your life adding something as each day does grow.

My wish for your new year is beauty
and softness with surprises thrown in for delight.

Love for each day bringing happiness to you,
making your life a scene of sparkle and shining sunlight.

-- Author Unknown

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Eureka at Christmas - a whimsical time of year

Plan to visit Chantilly at Christmas for the whimsical time of year.  Take advantage of our quiet time of year.  Enjoy some of the events our locals attend and get a real flavor of Eureka and its artists.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Harvest In Eureka

Enjoy the quiet fall air with the colorful mosaic of the fall foliage this month in Eureka. Stay at Chantilly Lace Inn two nights, and get your third night FREE~

Sunday, September 20, 2009

September Specials

We are having offering awesome discounts for September - call now to take advantage of them.

October weekends are almost full, consider staying with us during mid-week and receive a discount as well!

We are also offering complimentary wine during Eureka's food and wine fest. Book now at Chantilly Lace Inn to ensure your reservations.


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Our Guests - We thank you!

What a great weekend. We truly are thankful for such great guests at our inn and appreciate not only their business, but all of those who continue to return time and time again. We are heading into our 5th season as Innowners!!