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Welcome to Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast near Hot Springs, AR

Let the peacefulness surround you at Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast in Bismarck, Arkansas.

Feel yourself begin to relax as soon as you turn into our driveway. Your senses will be greeted by 60 acres of woods, the sound of birds chirping, the fragrant scent of flowers blooming, the touch of the sun warming your face, and you can practically taste the zesty herbs growing in the garden.

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This is the place to get away from it all – no cell phone service, no TVs in the rooms, just peace and quiet. However, if you need to add a bit of excitement to your trip, you are only 14 miles from Hot Springs and just 10 minutes from DeGray Lake.

Spend the night in our amazingly comfortable beds, and wake to the aroma of breakfast at Tiffany’s being served in the dining room. After breakfast, do some bird watching from the front porch swing, wander in the woods, or drive into Hot Springs – the only city within a National Park. Dining, shopping and entertainment can all be found in the “Spa City.”

With a degree in Hotel Management from UNLV, and nearly 20 years experience with some of the top hotel brands in the country, innkeeper Tiffany Bertram has always had a passion for hospitality. She and her husband, Robert, have combined their love of travel with an eagerness to welcome guests into their own home by opening Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast. This all non-smoking bed and breakfast is a log cabin home located on 60 acres of natural Arkansas beauty. Robert and Tiffany are also wildlife enthusiasts who have been recognized by the National Wildlife Federation for creating a Certified Wildlife Habitat on their grounds. Robert is also a horticulturist who enjoys growing orchids and sharing his knowledge with guests.

Bird Watching in Hot Springs:  Lake Ouachita tours of Bird Island have begun!  Take a sunset cruise from the Lake Ouachita State Park Marina to watch thousands of purple martins roost on this small island of cypress trees.  Tour dates vary, so please check the schedule, and then book your reservation with us!

$86,000 Hot Springs Fishing Challenge:  Between May 1 and July 31, you could be the lucky one to snag a $10,000 fish on Lake Hamilton or Lake Catherine!  If you don’t catch “Big Al”, you might still catch one of the 70 other fish worth a total of $76,000 in the Hot Springs Fishing Challenge!  Bring your rod and reel!