History of the Manor
Red Bud Manor was built by one of Eureka’s famous and historical women, Franciska Massman. A colorful businesswoman, she was famous for her rapid fire clear-cutting and homesteading tactics. According to the St. Louis Republican on September 11, 1879, “a large part of Eureka Springs (the newly platted town) was held in claims belonging to Benjamin Woodruff, William Evans and the well-known Franciska Massman who owned and operated a sawmill further down Leatherwood Creek”. This historic Colonial Revival home became one of the first five Bed and Breakfasts Inns in the early 1980’s of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Eco-friendly Practices of Red Bud Manor Bed and Breakfast Inn
Sustainability has long been a practice within Eureka Springs, Arkansas, the only city in America whose entire historic downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Repurposing of historic homes to Bed and Breakfast Inns has been a long standing practice. Adding new eco-friendly practices allows continued learning of better ways to provide great hospitality while loving the environment.
Take a Romantic Break from the Everyday at Our
Lovely Eureka Springs, Arkansas Bed and Breakfast
Our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast Inn, Red Bud Manor, is an elegantly restored
Victorian home located on the Upper Historic Loop in Eureka Springs, Arkansas within easy walking distance to the finest shops, spas, art galleries and restaurants. Built in 1891, Red Bud Manor is an
Elegant Bed and Breakfast designed with relaxing in mind .
Walking through the front door you are immediately struck by the dramatic keyhole archway between the parlor and formal dining room. Plush upholstered furniture combined with European antiques and rich wood floors lend an air of understated elegance to the rooms.
Each morning a sumptuous full breakfast is served in the parlor furnished with a Chippendale table appointed with antique crystal and Blue Willow china. During seasonable weather guests may enjoy breakfast on the screened porch overlooking the gardens.