In the 1950s, long before the term “tiny house” became popular, a one-room, very small house was built in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. That small house served its owner as a private residence for over 40 years!
In 1999, the house was purchased and converted by the new owner, Roscoe, into Eureka Springs' first internet espresso cafe. The little cafe could seat 10 customers inside and another 10 on the deck. Roscoe was a long-time, well-known Eureka Springs resident, musician, and motorcyclist. “Roscoe's” soon became the hangout of choice for a variety of unique and interesting local characters as well as a tourist destination and attraction on its own. “Roscoe's” was a fixture in Eureka Springs until Roscoe made the decision in 2017 to close his business and retire.
SMALL HOUSE, available now as a tourist lodging, features:
kitchenette (refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster)
indoor and outdoor dining spaces
private, covered deck overlooking one of the Ozark's wooded “hollers”
bike rack for dry, safe storage.
SMALL HOUSE is just steps away from:
1. Bubba's BBQ & Myrtie Mae's, two of the city's most popular restaurants
2. Ozark Mountain Ziplines, with “the highest & longest cables in Arkansas”
3. Farmer's Market
4. Eureka Springs Community Center.
The City Trolley and Welcome Center is also close-by. Park your car at Small House and ride the trolleys from the Welcome Center to every part of town and to nearby outlying attractions.
Sorry, no pets.