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Spent the night here last week when passing thru on a motorcycle trip.
Stayed in one of their least expensive rooms, a Pullman Sleeper.
It was absolutely perfect for what I needed. Spotlessly clean room, en suite bath, all attached to a wonderful restaurant. What...More
1 Thank John W
Response from Ray O, General Manager at Iron Horse StationResponded 25 October 2017
Thank you for your kind words we are glad you enjoyed your stay! Be sure to stop in and see us again the next time you are traveling thru Hot Springs.
We were hiking nearby (Laurel River Trail) and stopped here for dinner. We were seated quickly and our waitress was friendly and attentive. Good atmosphere. Food came pretty quickly and was fine overall but the menu wasn't particularly imaginative - salads, burgers, steaks, chicken, fish....More
OK, lets start with the good...the food; food was very good, service was OK...for the restaurant I'd give it 3-1/2 stars...I'd give four if the bar had liquor...it doesn't.
The bad; air conditioning unit is really loud...to the point it makes windows/walls vibrate. Also, you...More
Beautiful decor. Great service. Food was okay. Not much choice in Hot Springs. This was a good choice. Small town. Few choices and one closed early on Sunday afternoon. Excellent tea on a hot afternoon.
Restored Inn. Quaint, original floors and walls. Rooms were clean but tiny. Bathrooms very tiny also. No where to put anything! Walls are very thin and you can hear everything going on around you. There is no handicap accessibility. You must climb many stairs to...More
2 Thank June Ann J
Response from Ray O, General Manager at Iron Horse StationResponded 17 August 2017
First I would like to thank you for staying with us; we always appreciate your business!
When we purchased the inn that was built in the late 1800's we were at the crossroads as to how much we were going to preserve the original integrity...More