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Inn at 2nd & C – Lesbian Owned Inn in Eureka, California

Inn at 2nd & C - Lesbian Owned Inn in Eureka, California

Inn at 2nd & C - Lesbian Owned Inn in Eureka, California

NEWLY RENOVATED BOUTIQUE VICTORIAN INN

The Inn at 2nd & C offers many enticing spaces to spend your time. We host a yoga studio, conference and banquet rooms as well as a spectacular Theater Ballroom with stain-glass ceiling and wrap-around balcony with reading nooks. Set right in Old Town some of the finest local restaurants and shops are within minutes walk of the Inn’s front steps

* Organic Continental Breakfast consisting of locally made fresh breads, scones and jams, bagels and cream cheese, fresh fruits, granola, yogurt and Coffees & Teas
* Evening Social Hour with a complimentary glass of wine between 5-6pm
Teatime! Enjoy an assortment of teas and tasty cookies baked just down the street, 4pm daily
* The third and fourth floor offer beautifully furnished common sitting areas that overlook Humboldt bay.
* High-Speed Wi-Fi Access in Rooms and throughout the Hotel
* Access to our on-site yoga and exercise room, complete with mats, blocks, and relaxation and meditation area.
* In-room massages available (please request at least 24 hours before)
* Free on site Parking
* All floors are accessible by stairs or elevator

See the Inn at 2nd and C Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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Rock Cottage Gardens B&B Inn – Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Rock Cottage Gardens B&B Inn

Rock Cottage Gardens B&B Inn

PRIVATE B&B COTTAGES IN EUREKA SPRINGS

Welcome to the Rock Cottage Gardens Bed and Breakfast Inn in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Our private property includes five Thomas Kincade-like, charming rock cottages and a small wedding chapel.

Our main house residence has a formal living room and dining room where our guests can gather.

Each of our guest cottages has a two person hot tub, and there’s dedicated off-street guest parking, surrounded by six beautiful garden areas and a fountain pond – a quiet, idyllic place where our guests can relax. We’re just an easy ten-minute walk to downtown Eureka Springs, where you’ll find some great boutique shopping, art galleries and fantastic local restaurants.

All of our cottages also include:

* Gas fireplaces
* AC & heating
* Queen beds
* Showers
* Cable TV
* WiFi internet access
* Mini-refrigerators
* High quality Egyptian sheets
* Luxurious bath towels, bath salts, and spa robes
* Glycerin soaps
* In-room coffee service
* Free water & soda daily.

The inn has been awarded the annual Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence every year since 2011, and The Talk of Town 5 star lodging awards. Our guests love the privacy of the cottages, the peacefulness of our gardens, the fantastic three-course breakfast and the convenient location close to downtown.

See the Rock Cottage Gardens B&B Inn Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Eureka Springs Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Glittering evidence Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka O’Hara might just conquer the world / Queerty

Glittering evidence Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka O’Hara

We’re Here

Welcome to the Weekend Binge. Every Friday, we’ll suggest a binge-able title designed to keep you from getting too stir crazy. Check back throughout the weekend for even more gloriously queer entertainment.

The Uplifting: We’re Here

Fans and non-fans of Drag Race take note: though the new HBO series We’re Here features three alumni of the beloved drag competition, do not expect tantrums and epic throwing of shade. We’re Here stars Shangela, Eureka O’Hara and Bob the Drag Queen. Each episode finds the three riding their handbag-shaped RVs to a different conservative city around the country with a singular goal: unite the queer and straight communities by putting on a drag show. For the three queens, that means finding drag protegees to add to the show in each episode. And, as anyone familiar with the work of Bob, Eureka or Shangela will attest: each drag number throbs with energy and joy.

What we didn’t expect, however, was just how poignant and moving We’re Here gets. All three queens experience moments of vulgar homophobia and racism at times, which serves to remind viewers that attitudes towards race and LGBTQ people still vary wildly around the country. Moreover, the stories of family rifts healed through drag performance had us reaching for the tissues. We’re Here reminds us that the great power of the queer community comes from its sense of love and joy, not just fabulousness. The kind of forgiving love on display here is hard to find in any TV series, scripted or reality. That earns a winning recommendation from us. The fabulous handbag RVs are just a bonus.

Streams on HBO Max.