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Recent Hot Springs Village reviews

  • Great Layout

    "We stayed in this house for the running of the Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn. We had 3 couples and 4 grandkids. It was great. It would have been better if we had better weather(rained both days) because the outdoor space is great. The open kitchen and family room make this a great place for all to gather around as dinner is prepared. It could use upgrades to flat screen tvs in the bedrooms - but who goes on vacation to just watch TV?"
    Guest: Joe Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 18, 2015
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  • Relaxing and beautiful...perfect vacation home!

    "It’s so easy to do a review on the Lake Cortez house! My husband and I went back a second time because we loved it so much the first time we were there last winter. Coming back during the fall was very special because we got to see the fall foliage, which was very beautiful. The house itself, no matter what time of year you go is always so enjoyable. The owners have thought of everything that anyone could want. Plenty of dishes, fresh linens, beautiful and comfortable furnishings and a view of the lake that is amazing! It’s just so relaxing to sit in the sun room inside of the house or out on the covered deck and enjoy the beauty of it all. We were lucky enough to have such great weather to get out on the kayak that was available to us and be able to experience the lake first hand. Steve & Tammy also furnished us with all of the necessary information for the surrounding areas to be able to get a complete taste of not only Hot Springs Village, but also Hot Springs and Little Rock. Hot Springs Village has plenty to offer with walking trails, farmers market on the weekend and if you enjoy golfing or lake activities. We even got out on a Fall Foliage boat tour on Lake Hamilton which was beautiful this time of year. However, downtown Hot Springs and Little Rock are also definitely places to take advantage of with the garden tours, plenty of great places for shopping and delicious restaurants, etc. We would highly recommend staying at this beautiful home with all of its amenities and can’t wait to return!"
    Guest: Fran & Mark Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 18, 2014
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  • cozy and relaxing

    "Our stay here was fantastic...the casita was well equipped and quite cozy for a relaxing, romantic get-a-way! Although we had a few days of cold and misty weather, our 8 day stay was the perfect combination of sight-seeing in Hot Springs and quiet, hot chocolate, Red-box movie, snuggling days. Jill and Jim have a real jewel tucked away in the forest on Mano Way...the sounds of the birds and the creek running through the backyard are a lovely bonus. The 26,000 acre gated community is fantastic and we tried to see as much of it as possible driving around all of the lakes and golf courses looking for deer and scouting out the water activities available for our next trip. YES we will definitely return, however I think next time we will shoot for late Summer or early Fall just so we can enjoy the water activities!!! As for Hot Springs...the Buck Staff bath house is a must...this 103 year old business has a great thing going...the bath, needle shower, hot wraps and massage are wonderful. Oh and the paraffin treatment leaves your hands so soft and smooth! We also checked out several of the shops downtown, the bath house museum, the wax museum and did the duck tour. Next trip we definitely have to go up in the tower and take the Belle on Lake Hamilton. Hot Springs and the village have a lot of great restaurants also. A few we really enjoyed were Rolando's downtown, El Acapulco on Hwy 7 near the village and The Shack and Home plate both in Jessieville. Back to the casita...like I said it's a true gem...we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Perfect for what we needed. We can't wait to book our next trip!"
    Guest: Cajun girls Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 5, 2015
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  • secluded and restful

    "My wife and I stayed here for 6 nights. Everything was fine and available. Great restful setting, solid satellite viewing on multiple TVs as well. Very quiet neighborhood. The view of the lake and the dock is very peaceful. Bit of a walk down to it, but well worth it! Take a book and a thermos of coffee. Funniest thing was the hickory nuts falling on the deck. Until you figure out what it was it is a bit out of the norm. The biggest problem is that Mapquest will direct you to a gate requiring a pass code. Stick with Rte 5 coming into Desoto Drive and you will be fine. Huge number of golf courses that look lightly used. Should have no problem with tee times. Hot Springs National Park and the Tower should be seen. Boat rentals available for the lake as well. Best to buy groceries in Hot Springs. I recommend the WalMart on south Central....it is HUGE! A smaller grocery store outside the Rte 5 gate called Cranfield or something similar. Anything you need the owner Linda Rinaldo can help with information wise. Bring a college sticker and add it to the window or as a coaster.....quite a representation."
    Guest: SIc Em Bears! Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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