You don’t hear a lot about ladies of the house having a hand in woodcarving, but many of the delicate details inside this
The Tinkerbelle part of the name comes from current owner Jeannie “Tink” Walker, who along with her husband Robert Wayne “The Colonel”
Rooms are located on the second floor of the home and are decorated lushly in period antiques.
Though one of the bedroom’s windows faces Park Avenue, there’s little to no street noise within. The comfortable bed and soft surroundings, along with a flat screen television and DVD player, make curling up in this room and retreating for the weekend very, very tempting. The Butler’s Pantry downstairs always has soda and water, coffee and tea and snacks for those staying in the home. You really can spend all weekend here.
For this particular weekend, I chose a package where visits to the Hot Springs Mountain Tower and a ride on the Belle of Hot Springs were included. David and Rebecca can plan an itinerary in advance or make arrangements to visit any local attraction.
1884 Tinkerbelle’s Wildwood
808 Park Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901