|Minimum Stay||1 - 3 nights|
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HISTORIC CABIN WITH LAKE LUCERNE VIEW, QUAINT FAIRY-TALE SETTING
25% deposit due at time of booking, and balance due 30 days prior to arrival.
Pet Friendly - $18/pet/night (2 pets maximum/50 lbs or less) Must be crated or kenneled if left unattended, and must be on a current veterinarian approved flea & tick treatment.
2 Person Maximum
1 Bedroom with Queen Bed
1 Bathroom with Jetted Tub/Shower Combo
Full Kitchen -Coffee Maker, Microwave, Fridge, Stove, Sink
Gas Grill: Propane provided
Announcing the Lake Lucerne Treehouse Cabin! This charming log cabin sits at tree top level with a view across Lake Lucerne. It has one bedroom with a queen size bed, incredible views, amazing natural light, and fantastic windows throughout the cabin. You truly get the feeling you are sleeping in the woods. The quaint L-shaped living and dining area is furnished with craftsman style decor. It has a full kitchen, complete with stove, microwave, refrigerator & coffee maker. The bathroom has a shower with a standard size jetted tub. Outside is a large deck. The west end of the deck overlooks Lake Lucerne, while the large deck area on the East side features a table and chairs next to a large gas grill. This provides the perfect area for dining outside while enjoying the views. Even though this cabin feels secluded in the woods, you still have functional features such as cable tv and wifi.
You will find that there are many attractions and excellent dining options in Eureka Springs. This cabin is only 5 minutes from downtown Eureka Springs.
Enjoy peaceful walks around the lake. Fishing is allowed, but it is catch and release. There is not a swimming area at the lake, but you are welcome to bring your canoe, kayak, or paddle board to explore.
History: According to an 1892 publication, Lake Lucerne is a natural spring-fed lake. The original lake was dammed by a natural ledge of rock, the water eventually eroded through the rock and dropped the lake level. The natural dam was repaired and built up to the point that the lake was 20' deep in some places.
Over the years, the lake has been named Crystal Lake, Spring Lake, and Sanitarium Lake. (Despite the fact that the sanitarium was never built there). It was the perfect resort property and was a prized location for picnics, boating and horseback riding. There are several references-including old post cards-referring to it as Spring Lake up until the mid-twenties. At that time, the lake was sold to Richard Thompson, who also owned Ozarka Water company and had been president of Crescent College and Conservatory. Mr. Thompson eventually established it as 'Lake Lucerne Resort'. He built cabins, pavilions for dancing and for dining, a hotel, a bath house, and a golf course. For years, it was one of the most exclusive resort properties in the area.
This cabin features the original interior and exterior features that made this resort picturesque at the time it was developed. It truly feels like you are stepping back in time to a gone-by era of luxury log cabins.
Note: This cabin is on a gravel road which may not be suitable for motorcycles. Additionally, there is only room for one vehicle. If you have a trailer, or will be expecting guests, please notify us and request special accomodations. (This house only sleeps 2).
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