The Best Place for a Winter Writer’s Retreat in Hot Springs, AR

Laptop computer and tablet with pen on top of a writing desk, facing 2 windows looking out into woods

Writers seeking a winter retreat are invited to visit Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast. Our small boutique property just outside of Hot Springs is committed to providing affordable writing retreats for wordsmiths to pursue their craft. 

Each of our three guest rooms offers a writing area, Wi-Fi, multiple power strips and a mini-fridge to store snacks and cold drinks. In addition, a delicious home-cooked breakfast at Tiffany’s is served in the dining area each morning and coffee and tea are available throughout the day. If desired, dinner arrangements can be made directly with the innkeeper.

Tiffany’s is located on a scenic 60-acre property. There is plenty of room to roam, think and be inspired whether walking along one of three groomed nature trails or simply gazing at the stars while relaxing by the fire pit at night. The rural location offers a quiet, safe coziness, providing guests the space and time to write.

There are no TVs in the guest rooms, and little cell phone reception (however, guests are able to connect via Wi-Fi calling as needed). Two rooms are fully en suite, including jetted tubs, and one with a private outdoor deck. One room has a private bath/shower across the hall.

All writers will receive a personal pan of the inn’s signature brownies at check-in, because how better to get the creative juices flowing than with chocolate?

Writers visiting midweek in December through March and staying at least two nights will enjoy 15% off their stay by using the promo code:  WRITE.

We have been honored to host several published authors, and encourage any writers to escape the distractions of daily life and join us this winter.  Reservations can be made at or call directly at 501-865-6060.

All three guest rooms offer a unique experience for writers:

  • The DeGray has a queen size bed, a beautiful cherry wood writing desk looking into the woods, and a charming window seat perfect for a bookworm, or to gaze at nature for a well-deserved break.
  • The Hamilton also has a queen bed, as well as an en suite bath with a jetted tub and a separate shower. A corner writing desk creates a cozy work space for composing.  The aforementioned private deck provides an additional workspace for a welcome change of pace during a full day of writing. 
  • The Ouachita has a king bed that looks out into the tree tops, reminiscent of a tree house. What writer couldn’t gain motivation from that view?  A wooden desk sits in front of a large window that overlooks the front lawn, and there is also a rocking chair for additional relaxation.  The en suite bath has a stand-alone shower and a jetted tub to unwind in after a full productive day of writing.  

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