On a gorgeous spring day, Shannon & Brian exchanged vows in the gardens of Lookout Point, at the water’s edge of Lake Hamilton. During the wedding ceremony, quiet Brian (whom we learned has a dry and quick wit) cracked all of us up with a unique photographer request–to get a picture of his handsome new size 15 shoes.
Posts Tagged ‘Lake Hamilton’
April 14th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset
April 11th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset
On March 29, 2010 Keith and Marla exchanged vows on the meditation labyrinth at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn. With calm Lake Hamilton and the Ouachita Mountains as a backdrop, this happy couple began their married life. It was a joy to officiate at their wedding!
Best wishes to Marla and Keith–two of the kindest and happiest people. Thanks for gracing Lookout Point with your presence.
April 10th, 2010 by Kristie 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.
March 27th, 2010 by Kristie 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.
December 20th, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
On Thursday we received a call from a guest, congratulating Lookout Point for selection in Southern Living Magazine’s “Best of the South”. What a delightful phone call to receive!
The January, 2010 edition of Southern Living includes articles featuring the “Best of” from many states. Southern Living named the Best Attraction in Arkansas–Hot Springs National Park. And the place to stay: Lookout Point! Also included is McClard’s Bar-B-Q for lunch (yummy) and relaxing at the Quapaw Baths & Spas, with dinner at Rolando’s Nuevo Latino Restaurant.
We’re truly honored and humbled to be recognized by such a great magazine. Check it out–get a copy of the new Southern Living.
October 12th, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
It it such a great feeling to be a part of a couple’s special day, and this day was very special for Stephanie and Rodney Gibbs. According to the family of this recently married couple, their marriage has been a long time coming. The couple has been dating since they were fifteen years old, which is a trend in the family, because Stephanie’s brother and his wife also started dating when they were fifteen. An intimate ceremony took place on the peaceful labyrinth and the reception followed in the dining room. A beautiful bride and her handsome groom both gleamed with joy as members of the family came forward and toasted the newlyweds. It was a lovely wedding for this sweet couple and their loving family!
We wish you two the best of luck and a happy marriage filled with lots of love and gorgeous children. Also, best of luck with the twin girls on the way!
September 3rd, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
Lookout Point Lakeside proudly announces the September winner of the monthly Laid-Off Getaway Giveaway package. Tiffany and her husband, from Texas, won the two night package. Her letter and story touched at our heartstrings, and we are honored to provide a place of relaxation and romance for them.
The Laid-Off Getaway Giveaway continues through the end of 2009, with one package given each month. The package includes a two night stay for two persons at the inn on Sunday-Thursday nights, gourmet breakfast each morning, and the chance to spend wonderful time together as you are pampered by the staff of Lookout Point.
To qualify, you must be laid-off from employment, and provide the contact number of the employer in order to verify the layoff. To apply, simply send an e-mail to Lookout Point Lakeside Inn email@example.com, and include why you should be the winner of the Laid-Off package.
September 2nd, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
October is a great month to plan your visit to Hot Springs, Arkansas. The leaves and landscapes of Arkansas are breathtaking! Also, October the month to enjoy the Legends Balloon Rally. This rally is perfect for the whole family. This outdoor event began in 2008 and will be held at the Hot Springs Memorial Field Airport. On Friday evening, October 9, 25 spectacular hot air balloons from all over the country will be tethered to the ground for the magnificent balloon glow. Musical guests for this fun-filled weekend include Tracy Byrd, the Grand Funk Railroad, and Arkansas natives, Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence. This event will be held this year in conjunction with Tracy Byrd’s All American Outdoor Weekend. Bring your own chairs and head to Hot Springs for this amazing balloon rally. The airport area is open to the public on Friday the 9th at 4:30 p.m.
August 26th, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
Come to Hot Springs to enjoy a fun presentation by the Fun City Barbershop Chorus on Saturday, August 29th at 6:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, 132 Abbott Place. The barbershop chorus will present a spiritual and patriotic dinner show. The group will perform gospel songs and welcome Jordyn Spakes for a rendition of “Amazing Grace.” The chorus will also perform a medley of songs and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” along with a special arrangement of “America, the Beautiful” to close the show. Tickets cost $20 and seating is limited. The Fun City Chorus meets Mondays in the Fellowship Hall of Westminster Presbyterian Church and welcomes male singers of all ages. Don’t miss this night of music and fun. Book your room now at Lookout Point to be close to all the action!
August 22nd, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
Come experience one of the largest multicultural and intergenerational attractions in Hot Springs, the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Stay with us at Lookout Point for this event.
The upcoming festival, held October 16th-25 at the historic Malco Theatre in downtown Hot Springs., remains the only film institute in the United States dedicated solely to the documentary film genre. The festival was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1992.
The Festival shapes the identity of Arkansas nationally and internationally. The Festival committee views nearly 1,000 films submitted from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and selects 100 to be viewed each year.
For more information on this festival and a calendar of the films and the times visit the Festival’s website http://www.hsdfi.org.
The inn is located about 7 miles from the downtown area, which makes us a perfect locations to stay and enjoy this wonderful event.