Welcome to Tiffany’s, an all non-smoking Hot Springs, Arkansas area bed and breakfast!

Your Arkansas getaway begins as you pull off the highway into our drive, and immediately feel yourself relaxing. Take a moment to let your senses take in the surroundings: 60 acres of hills and trees, the chirping of birds, the sweet scent of roses, the feel of the sun warming your skin, and you can practically taste the herbs in the garden.

You’ve come here to get away from it all - no cell phones, no TVs, just peaceful and quiet lodging. Yet, you are only 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Hot Springs and just 10 minutes from boating and fishing activities at DeGray Lake.

Enjoy your morning coffee on the full-length porch while doing some bird watching. Then join us in the dining room for breakfast at Tiffany’s. After breakfast, take a hike in the woods, learn some of the history of Point Cedar Mine - the remnants of which are located on our property - or head into Hot Springs and enjoy America’s first National Park. Shopping, entertainment, and dining options await you 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, 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 Hot Springs area 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 them in the guest rooms when they are in bloom..



Fall in the Woodlands:   Garvan Woodland Gardens celebrates fall from 9am to 6pm daily.  Japanese maples, hardwoods, mums, asters, and thousands of annuals and perennials make this one of the most vibrant seasons in the gardens.  Consider booking our "Unplug & Unwind" package which includes two tickets to Garvan Gardens for a peaceful fall getaway. 

Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival:  October 10-19, 2014, at the Arlington Hotel.  An Academy Award qualifier for Documentary Short Subject category, this is the longest-running documentary film festival in the country.  In addition to a wide variety of documentary films, the festival will also host celebrities such as GeorgeTakei, Tess Harper, Greg Louganis, and Luke Wilson.  Join us for 10 days of incredible films!

Specialty Food Stores in Hot Springs, Arkansas
Monday, October 27, 2014

Do you consider yourself a "foodie"?  Do you enjoy finding new and unique gourmet food items and culinary tools?  Then it's time for you to go shopping in downtown Hot Springs!  Start on the north end of Central Ave. at Evilo Oils and Vinegars .  Taste test your way around the... .. read more..

Where to See Fall Foliage in Hot Springs, Arkansas
Sunday, October 12, 2014

The weather has turned a little cooler and leaves are beginning to change colors in the Hot Springs, Arkansas area.  While it's never easy to predict such things, the best fall foliage in our area usually happens in late October and early November.  There are numerous places to view the... .. read more..

Zucchini Bread Pancakes Recipe
Sunday, October 5, 2014

Occasionally we are asked to accommodate special diets for breakfast.  We've prepared gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, and candida diet recipes.  This zucchini bread pancakes recipe can easily be adapted for most special diets, and the best part is that it tastes great! Here is the basic... .. read more..

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