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Veteran’s Day in Hot Springs

November 11th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

We would like to thank the many military personnel who spent their Veterans’ Day with us today at Lookout Point!

We welcomed  veterans and those serving in active duty with a free Arkansas getaway in honor of their service.  Our special guests today included men and women from all branches of the military who have served in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Hundreds of innkeepers participated in this B&Bs for Vets campaign, sponsored by the Better Way To Stay,  to recognize those who have made sacrifices for our freedom.

Thank you veterans!

As an on-going thanks to America’s service men and women, Lookout Point always offers a 10% discount Sunday-Thursday for active military.  We thank you for your service to our country!

The life in Hot Springs

October 8th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Fall is finally here.  The leaves are starting to change and the weather is just beautiful!  This atmosphere is perfect for the Garvan Woodland Gardens’ sixth annual plant and landscape sale.  This event is where gardeners and novices can purchase hard-to-find plants, trees, bushes, and bulbs from over 25 nurseries and garden related vendors from around the state.  Also several vendors will set up booths displaying food products such as specialty salsas, marinades, meat rubs, herbs, jams and jellies.  This Earth and Epicurean Experience will be open starting tomorrow from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m., and last until October 11th.   The admission for this event is the same as general admission to the gardens.  Don’t miss out on fun in Hot Springs this weekend and a great getaway at Lookout Point!

Weddings in Hot Springs Arkansas

September 11th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Exchange of Rings

Exchange of Rings

Autumn is a beautiful time of year to be wed, and our bed and breakfast Arkansas is a lovely place to host your wedding. Whether you prefer an intimate elopement or a large wedding party of sixty guests or so, we will help you create a special day that is free of stress and enjoyable for all. Please look at our wedding and elopement packages to learn the options that are available for you. Among other items, we will provide the wedding cake, the ordained minister, and romantic lodging for your first nights together as a married couple.

Water is a symbol of life and well being – to stand near it as you take your vows is a simple way to offer the marriage a blessing. Our Arkansas bed and breakfast is wonderfully situated for a lakeside wedding, outside if the weather is fine, and in our elegant inn overlooking the lake when the weather is less than ideal. Lookout Point on Lake Hamilton, nestled in the Ouachita Mountains, affords lovely views no matter what the weather.

Begin your life together here, overlooking the calm waters of Lake Hamilton, in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Spot of Tea at Lookout Point

May 28th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Spot of TeaLookout Point celebrated another wonderful Spot of Tea event today.  We were joined grateful to host this event for a group of lovely ladies.  The ladies that participated in the tea we able to select from a variety of gorgeous teapots to have their tea served to them from.  The ladies sampled a variety of Portsmouth teas that can also be purchased at the inn.  Tea flavors included: Avalanche Rooibos, Earl Grey LeCreme, and New England Blue Berry.  The ladies were also served cranberry cinnamon scones, petite fours, cucumber finger sandwiches, and chicken apple tea sandwiches.  The ladies enjoyed pleasant conversation and a lovely tea afternoon.  Lookout Point looks celebrated our first tea in March and looks forward to many to come.  Thank you ladies for visiting Lookout Point and making this tea possible.

-Kyrie

Hot Springs Gallery Walk

May 27th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Enjoy the arts and a relaxing stroll in downtown Hot Springs at Gallery Walk.  The Gallery Walk displays some of the finest contemporary art in America.  ”The art galleries that sparkle like a fine necklace are located in the heart of the Victorian downtown district.”  The Gallery walk started in August 1989.  The walk gives artists the chance to promote their artwork and involve the community.  The walk is held the first Friday of each month and the galleries stay open until 9 p.m.  Enjoy music and complimentary refreshments.   Also meet and chat with the artists who have their work displayed.  Don’t miss out on the event that has helped rank Hot Springs the number four Top 100 Small Art Towns in America.   Book your room at Lookout Point and be a part of the amazing Gallery Walk.  Call 501-525-6155 or go online.

-Kyrie

Xiaoo & Monica in Hot Springs, Arkansas

March 6th, 2009 by Ray Rosset


Xiaoo & Monica
Originally uploaded by lookoutpointinn

It was a joy to welcome Xiaoo & Monica to Lookout Point. Originally from China, Xiaoo is attending law school in the states, and they were able to get away to the inn during spring break. Meeting great people from all over the world is one the true joys of innkeeping! We hope they will come back soon, and wish them all the best.

At breakfast, other guests dining at a nearby table shared stories of their experiences living and visiting in China. The other guests were driving across the entire U.S.! Now they’re hooked on staying at inns, and already reserved their next stop at another Select Registry bed & breakfast inn.

Every day I am filled with gratitude for the good fortune of doing what I love–innkeeping. And I get to live this “work” with my husband of 34 years, Ray. Life is good.

Kristie

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