The Inn at Mountain View Bed and Breakfast is a historic Mountain View
B&B located on the famous courthouse square. We are at the heart of the Folk Music Capital of the World, Mountain View, Arkansas!
Our Bed and Breakfast is on the National Historic Register but our 11 guest rooms offer today's amenities, all with private baths, air conditioning and wireless Internet. Each overnight stay at the Inn at Mountain View includes a full country breakfast served with farm fresh country eggs and best of all experience the unique Mountain View tradition starting with Jimmy Driftwood and the "Rack-in-Sacks" who wrote "The Battle of New Orleans", of live music either in our parlor, on the porch, at the Gazebo's out front or on the square all!
View, Arkansas hosts several major events each year and many smaller festivals
and celebrations. Rooms book up well in advance of the more popular events
so make your reservations SOON!
"Come sit on our porch and listen to music or bring your lawn chairs and sit in the park or on the square and enjoy the music".
The Inn at Mountain View is being offered to the market. Please call our main number or 662-299-5775 for more information.
Special – 20% off regular room rates Sunday – Wednesday. Weekends, Holidays, Month of October,and Festivals excluded.
The Inn at Mountain View is a business traveler friendly Inn offering free wireless Internet, a small meeting room and free transportation to and from the 7M2 Wilcox Memorial Field Airport in Mountain View. [Pilots click here...]
You can check our availability or make a reservation online anytime. Simply click here for reservations or call 800-535-1301 for more information.
"The Inn at Mountain View, Arkansas, is where this artist loves to stay. For peace and quiet, cool mountain water, and fresh air, and some great Bluegrass festivals, this is the B&B to book your next get away.
Down home kind of hospitality, beautiful Inn, great food... it just doesn't get any better than this! You might catch me there telling a story, or singing and visiting at anytime. You never know when I'll show up, and I'd love to see you all.
I hated to leave...
and I'm definitely going back."