1890 Williams House Inn
Magnificent 9 rooms B&B with thriving business!
1890 Williams House Inn is a magnificent nine guest room Bed & Breakfast in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas. Originally the home of Dr. Arthur Upton Williams and built in 1890, the B&B today serves a variety of guests from around the country who visit Hot Springs for the wide variety of attractions and activities that this historic town offers.
With a view toward luxury, most of the rooms in the inn have double whirlpool tubs in addition to showers, and most have some kind of fireplace. Three guest units have been created out of the original carriage house, and the spacious and private owner’s quarters are located in the lower level of the same carriage house with a garden entryway. Some rooms were created out of formerly public rooms and boast extraordinary architectural details including high ceilings, wood paneling and trim, curved walls, hardwood floors, and large windows.
Characteristically, all of the guest rooms are very large by average B&B standards, and many of the bathrooms are nearly as big as some bedrooms! These are real selling features for guests seeking luxurious accommodations.
While a relatively young business under current ownership (the B&B has existed since 1980 and was the first modern B&B in Arkansas), revenues at 1890 Williams House are solid, with a 57% occupancy and average daily rate of over $177.00. Additional revenues are derived from profitable packages. If you’re looking for a magnificent piece of history in a unique location that pays for itself with a handsome profit and loss statement, 1890 Williams House Inn should be on your shortlist!
- Financially Viable
- Bed & Breakfast