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Great Gift Giving with Lookout Point Microfiber Sheets

December 4th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

Our silken microfiber sheets

Sheets make great gifts from Lookout Point Lakeside Inn, Hot Springs

Lookout Point Sheets

make great gifts for Christmas or wedding presents, especially for those folks that seemingly  have everything.  Who cannot use a great night’s sleep on luxurious sheets?

We use these sheets at our Hot Springs B&B, and at our home. They get softer and softer as they age, the sheets wick moisture, and look like new for years to come. (Guaranteed by the company–if ever there is a problem, just let us know and we’ll take care of it!)

The sheets are available in white, ivory, tea green and chocolate colors. The Queen sets are $165,  King $179 and shipping to your home is free!  The set includes a deep-pocket fitted sheet, flat sheet and 2 pillowcases.

If you would like to order these sheets, just give us a call at 866.525.6155.  Happy Holidays!

Favorite Ice Cream scoops in Hot Springs, Arkansas

May 30th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

Ahh, sitting outside on a warm evening, enjoying a great scoop or two or three homemade ice cream.

Triple Ice Cream scoops

Here’s our favorite ice cream spots in Hot Springs:

1.  Nom Noms, Mexican Grill-N- Chill. Who would have thought a Mexican grill rates with fantastic homemade ice cream? In a non-descript former fast food building, this place rocks. I tried the strawberry sorbet with cake batter, and Ray had nutella heath icecream.  Smooth as silk.

2. Scoops Ice Cream. Scoops is probably the better known, and is a very popular ice cream spot.  Great flavors and friendly service.

When you stay at our Hot Springs bed & breakfast, we promise to send you to ALL of the best spots in the area.

American Lifestyle Magazine Features Hot Springs B&B

December 10th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset

We are absolutely delighted to be featured in an article from American Lifestyle! The article, titled “A Bit of Home- Joys of Bed and Breakfasts” pinpoints a paramount fact about the qualities of bed and breakfasts.

“…despite their differences, they all offer a unique hospitality experience which modern travelers appreciate now more than ever.”American Lifestyle

We invite you to come experience our bed & breakfast. The room pictured is the Hot Springs King Suite.

Celebrate Birthdays With Friends in Hot Springs

June 20th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Our Hot Springs bed & breakfast hosts many significant birthday celebrations, and we love the joy and laughter surrounding the events.  This spring, two different groups of life-long friends celebrated in big ways.

celebration at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn

The East Side Girls of Little Rock

The East Side girls, all formerly of Little Rock, gathered from across the country to renew friendships and celebrate.   Friends since junior high, many of these women were the first graduation class from the Little Rock Central High School following integration.

You’re invited to celebrate a birthday at Lookout Point, whether in a romantic fashion for just the two of you, or with your dearest friends.

Staying Fit at Lookout Point: A New Partnership

May 7th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Meeting the needs of our guests is the top priority of Lookout Point. More and more travelers seek to stay fit while enjoying a vacation, so we’ve partnered with the nearby Hot Springs Health & Fitness. With the negotiated discounted rate, our guests will save some money, too.

With a certificate from the inn, our guests may participate in day long activities at the fitness center, from yoga and zumba classes to the wide array of exercise equipment and weights. An added bonus are the two outdoor pools (one for kiddos and a larger pool, including lap lanes).

Of course, you’re welcome to swim in the lake. Beach towels provided. Or nap in the hammock. :)

Bird Watching Paradise at Lookout Point

April 27th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Yesterday we welcomed an ornithologist to Lookout Point.  Within an hour of his arrival at the inn, David spotted :

  • Canada Goose
  • mallard
  • great blue heron
  • turkey vulture
  • mourning dove
  • chimney swift
  • bank swallow
  • barn swallow
  • purple martin
  • red-headed woodpecker
  • tufted titmouse
  • American robin
  • cedar waxwing
  • great crested flycatcher
  • blue jay
  • northern cardinal
  • red-winged blackbird
  • brown-headed cowbird
  • common grackle (these could go away!)
  • rose-breasted grosbeak
  • song sparrow
  • chipping sparrow
  • house finch
  • house sparrow
  • carolina wren

Many of the birds are now nesting on the property, including the mallards.  Watching the birds helps me to not take life too seriously.  Somehow, I feel lighter.  Thank you, David, for identifying some of our feathered friends.

Kristie

Easter Scenes from Lookout Point, Hot Springs

April 10th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Guests and staff of Lookout Point Lakeside Inn celebrated the Risen Christ at a sunrise service, held on the lakeside labyrinth at the inn.  The beautiful still morning harkened the good news, accompanied by a chorus of singing birds, ducks, and geese.

A gorgeous day on Lake Hamilton.

Muses Creativity Week Enjoys Tea at Lookout Point

April 3rd, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Lookout Point Lakeside In hosted the participants of the Muses Creativity Week for high tea and a labyrinth walk last Sunday.  While sipping on tea and savoring scones, the group delighted to the amazing music of Shana Norton, harpist from Austin, Texas.  This was a first for the inn–the soothing harp melodies wafting throughout.  Shana treated us to one of her own compositions, entitled “Spa Day” written after a day of relaxation at a Hot Springs bath house.   What a blissful moment!

The Muses, under the direction of talented Deleen Davidson, is a creative artistry project, blending fine art, classical music, and creative education.  The Spring Creativity Week embraced art, music, poetry, and dance.   How appropriate to end a dynamic and creative week with a walk on the labyrinth, offering a time of centering and peace.  Thank you, Muses!

Kristie

The Muses

Sure Sign of Spring’s Arrival at Lookout Point Inn

March 27th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

For five years Ricky and Lucy have arrived by mid-March.  Last week we wondered, where are they?   These lovely mallards returned to their summer “home” in time to delight guests at the Innkeeper’s Reception on Friday.

Each year, these two become a bit more brave, although as you can tell from the photo Lucy still does not like to have photos taken.   This morning, they dined below the bird feed while guests enjoyed their breakfast.  Then off to the waterfalls & our pond for a swim and nap.

Ricky & Lucy aren’t talking about their trip, nor why they arrived more than a week late.  We’re left guessing.  And grateful for their appearance and the wonderful rhythm of life.

Kristie

NPCC Hospitality Class Tours Lookout Point

March 3rd, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Warm monster cookies, chock full of chocolate chips and M&M’s, and friendly smiles greeted the students.   The National Park Community College hospitality class, led by chef and instructor Karla Nardi, toured Lookout Point Lakeside Inn this week.  The viviacious class took notes and asked lots of questions, with an exam following later in the week.

From questions about marketing to design, breakfast menus to environmental issues, the students eagerly  soaked up the information.  One of the students, making a career change, actually worked on the construction of Lookout Point 8 years ago!  We love sharing our story of becoming innkeepers, and we heartily encourage the students to pursue their passion.

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