Meet the Innkeepers

Proprietors Ray & Kristie Rosset built the Hot Springs inn in 2003. Trees, hills, and water were major criteria in choosing their site to build. After visiting Hot Springs, they were smitten with this friendly town filled with terrific restaurants, fine art galleries, performing arts festivals, and by the stunning views of Lake Hamilton. Ray brings the skills of corporate finance and Kristie the skills of ministry and cooking to the unparalleled hospitality that is Lookout Point Lakeside Inn.

Named Innkeepers of the Year, 2010-2011 by BedandBreakfast.com.

Our Innkeeping Staff

Tricia, Lead Innkeeper
Since 2008, Tricia’s smiles, humor and good cheer have welcomed guests to Lookout Point. With an extensive background in hospitality, Tricia assists in managing the inn with flair. In her spare time, she’ll likely be hiking or enjoying time at the lake.

Tricia is completing a graduate degree from Henderson State.

Robin, Innkeeper
Joining the team in May 2011, Robin LOVES people and animals. She exudes warmth and hospitality, a perfect match with the inn. An artist, Robin previously owned an art gallery outside of D.C. Today you’ll see a gallery of her watercolors in the inn.  Robin holds an Bachelors of Fine Arts degree.

tiffany-smallTiffany, Innkeeper
Tiffany began a hospitality internship here in the fall of 2011, and we quickly recognized the need to hire her! Tiffany recently joined our staff. In addition to her Innkeeping responsibilities, she enthusiastically serves as the inn’s Wedding Coordinator. Bright and vivacious, Tiffany is an excellent mom to baby Robert.  She completed her hospitality degree in May 2012.

Jenna TackettJenna, Innkeeper
Jenna uses her Creative Writing degree to help with the social media platforms at the Inn, and is an avid Pinterest fan. She also teaches writing at the colleges surrounding Hot Springs. In her spare time, Jenna writes and reads young adult fiction, sings, and attends Harry Potter conferences. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch her singing to herself in the evenings while setting the tables in the dining room.

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