Wednesday, September 12, 2007

The Inn at Bella Vista

The Inn at Bella Vista
101 Chelsea Road
Bella Vista, Arkansas 72714

The Inn at Bella Vista, a 9000 square foot rock, glass and cedar building situated along a ridge top in Northwest Arkansas, was initially designed by world famous architect, E. Faye Jones and evokes the feeling of Frank Lloyd Wright in visitors. Located in the center of Bella Vista and only minutes from Bentonville, the Inn sits on 14 acres of trees, gardens and native plants offering wonderful views of the beautiful Ozarks year round. While the Inn offers easy access to all of Bella Vista's amenities and to the surrounding areas, it is a relaxing haven where guests can unwind and enjoy being pampered.
Your hosts, Bill and Beverly Williams, have worked to create a retreat that is environmentally friendly and a haven for wildlife. For bird lovers, there is a wide variety of birds to watch. Every month seems to bring a new and exciting change to the wildlife visitors. In July and August, a variety of hummingbirds flock to the numerous feeders while Monarch butterflies stop over en mass in September. The beauty of the fall foliage in October sets the stage for the arrival of the Bald Eagles for the winter. Add to that the daily visits by the deer, chipmunks, squirrels, possums, foxes and, even the occasional coyote and life is always busy at the Inn.

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