THE INN AT MOUNTAIN VIEW BED AND BREAKFAST The Inn is a beautiful Southern Victorian Bed and Breakfast, listed on the National Register of Historical Places, built in 1886 as a boarding house called The Dew Drop Inn by John Webb the very first Postmaster. The Inn turned into a Bed and Breakfast in 1920. 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! The Bed and Breakfast is on the National Historic Register but our 10 guest rooms offer todays 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 Gazebos out front or on the square all!
Most of the furniture and appliances are included in the offering Large customer base New phone system Updated WIFI Fireplace in Parlor Manager/Owners quarters, 1 BR 1 BA, den and private patio Attached 2 BR 1 BA rental apartment Professionally landscaped Location at the town square adjacent to the picking park, dining and shopping Newer 16 seer AC in a part of the building Pergo flooring Shop area off attached 3 car garage Plenty of guest parking Commercial stove Approximately 8,596 sq. ft. plus 930 sq. ft. attached parking garage The resort town of Mountain View offers many annual festivals, awesome trout fishing and kayaking areas, hiking, music and more!
The Offering: $815,000 (all inclusive with exception of a few personal items) see agent for details.
B & B logo, website address (domain name) and phone numbers will be conveyed to the new buyer at closing! Brokers Note: The Inn is currently being operated as a bed and breakfast as it has since the early 1900s and the business is very successful! The owners have stated that they will stay on for a few weeks training the new owners until they are comfortable as officially being innkeepers.