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A New Beginning Blossoms with the Inn at Rose Hall’s Essay Contest

View of Lake LucerneIn 2002 I arrived on the doorstep of The Inn at Rose Hall, after having spent over twenty-five years in San Francisco and the Bay Area. It was definitely a huge leap of faith that brought me to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and I’ve never looked back. It’s been an incredibly satisfying and unforgettable experience in my life.

Until I purchased The Inn at Rose Hall, I had never been in the hospitality industry. I was fortunate to have a very rich, diverse career in fashion and as a professional speaker, which gave me the opportunity to travel all over the world. I loved meeting new people and entertaining them. My diverse background came together as a perfect fit in creating the success of The Inn at Rose Hall.

Now we have a big announcement to share with all of our guests and friends. After having owned and operated The Inn for fourteen years, it’s time for me to move on. I’ve decided to turn the page and start my life’s next chapter.

It won’t be easy to hand The Inn at Rose Hall over to someone else. Those of you who have stayed with us know how much I love what I do. Will I miss The Inn and all of its guests? Absolutely, yes, but I know there are other creative challenges for me to conquer still.

So, are we going to sell The Inn at Rose Hall?

Well, we’ve had real estate brokers bring people to The Inn. They walk through and ask all of the appropriate questions about income, but they never ask, “What’s it really like running an operation like this?” “What is there about this business you really love?” Owning or running a B&B is a lifestyle, and you must be passionate about it to be successful. Without asking the right questions, I don’t think prospective buyers can find success and happiness as future innkeepers.

We want to turn The Inn at Rose Hall over to an individual/couple that has a genuine passion for people and that truly cares about contributing to the well-being of others.

The way we are planning to find the new Owner/Innkeeper is by running an essay contest: Win The Inn at Rose Hall. It’s a creative and unique process that I think will help us place The Inn at Rose Hall in the hands of the perfect new Innkeeper/Owner.

It’s a fairly simple process. It’s a straightforward essay contest designed to create an opportunity for an individual to win his or her own turnkey Bed and Breakfast potentially mortgage-free, plus a few dollars in relocation expenses. Take a minute and go to the website and see if you are the one(s) we are looking for. http://WinTheInnAtRoseHall.com

Welcome to Eureka Springs

  1. Read the Contest Rules.
  2. Write your Essay Entry.
  3. Submit your Entry between February 15, 2016 – June 15, 2016 following the Contest Rules.
  4. Include your Entry Form, $135.00 Entry Fee plus $12.50 Processing Fee.
  5. Wait patiently until the winner is announced to see if The Inn at Rose Hall is yours.

Isn’t this an exciting concept? I’m so looking forward to reading the essays, and finding the ideal Innkeeper/Owner for The Inn at Rose Hall.

If you are ready to add a new chapter to your life, perhaps your diverse background might lead here just as it did me.

If you have any questions that are not answered on the Win The Inn at Rose Hall website, please go to our Win The Inn at Rose Hall Facebook page and post your questions. We’ll get back to you promptly.

Looking forward to next exciting and inspiring new chapter in all of our lives!

Inn at Rose Hall

Original artworkThere is a new room at The Inn at Rose Hall.  “The Gallery” which honors the artists of Eureka Springs. Warm colors act as the backdrop for the original artwork of some of Eureka Springs’ top artists.  The guest room is an artist gallery that features a partially completed oil from Barbara Kennedy of two young boys laughing with glee on a working easel. Over the fireplace is a watercolor of 19th Century Eureka Springs by Larry Mansker.  There’s a soothing river scene in acrylic by Jody Stephenson and a series of oil paintings from John Willer.

Our guests can lay back in their bed or in the Jacuzzi and take in the original talent on display in their very own room.  Each time a guest returns to
”The Gallery” there will be new paintings to view.

The Inn at Rose Hall, 56 Hillside Avenue, Eureka Springs, AR 72632 Reservations: 800-544-7734 Phone: 479-253-8035

Please also visit our sister properties: Peabody House and Historic Cottages

The Inn at Rose Hall is a proud member of the Eureka Springs Wedding Guild.