Barn House 1894 UNDER THE OAK Downtown Rogers

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Entire guesthouse hosted by Deanna

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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This is the original hay barn for the historic home, circa 1894. It has been converted into an apartment with kitchen, bathroom, queen bed (located upstairs) and sitting area. It is 500 sq. feet. Covered parking. Close to Beaver Lake, Lake Atalanta, bike trails, restaurants, museums, airports, & shopping. fenced yard w/ private outdoor space which includes a grill & firepit. (FIREWOOD IS NOT PROVIDED) If the space is not available for the dates needed take a look at my other listings.

The space
The space is truly a converted Hay Barn from the late 1800's. Original wood floors upstairs and wood ceiling down. Full kitchen with all needed cookware. Also please check out our Champion Pin Oak Tree in the backyard. Largest known Pin Oak in the state of Arkansas and is listed by the Arkansas Forestry Commission as a champion. There is a storm cellar on the property (attached to main house) that can be used in the event of severe weather condition

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed, 1 floor mattress
Living room
1 sofa bed, 1 floor mattress

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV with Hulu, Roku
Air conditioning
Bathtub
Shared patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Indoor fireplace: electric
Luggage dropoff allowed

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Rogers, Arkansas, United States

Walking distance to Butterfield Stage, an outdoor pavilion for live music events with seating up to 1,500. The entrance to the stage is housed within what used to be the farmer's market building. The building is now a green room for artists and a place for guests to buy food, beer, and wine from Onyx Coffee.


The reserved area toward the front of the stage is paved and offers tables, chairs, and covered seating to keep concerts weather-safe while retaining the outdoor experience. Lawn seating is lush and lined with trees, providing shade for added comfort.

Butterfield Stage is located within the newly constructed Railyard Park of downtown Rogers, Arkansas, making it convenient for all of Northwest Arkansas to gather in this fun, friendly, open space.


The downtown area offers plenty of free parking, local shops, and eateries that are set among historic architecture and charming brick-lined streets. As part of the Railyard Entertainment District, Butterfield Stage serves beer and wine and allows guests to bring drinks from participating nearby restaurants. For more information on Entertainment District rules, please visit this link.

Walking distance to Railyard Park, formerly known as Frisco Park, extends a tip of the hat to the city's rich history as a railway water stop and cider production hub. The park stretches across both sides of the railroad and incorporates tools and structures commonly found in the railroad industry.


In addition to Butterfield Stage, key features of the park include a stretch of green space and trees called Frisco Plaza, home to the Rogers Farmers Market, the Water Stop splash pad, and the Play-yard with an authentic retired Mi-Jack crane that ties in the history of the railroad that runs through the park.


The space is a Walton Family Foundation Design Excellence project and was designed by Chicago architecture and urban design studio Ross Barney Architects. Railyard Park joins the roster of spaces built to promote the highest level of design in the development of public buildings and spaces in Benton and Washington counties

0.3 Miles to Trail - Our neighborhood is the historic downtown district of Rogers, Arkansas. We have never felt unsafe. It is a low-crime area. We are in walking distance to downtown Rogers where Brick-paved streets lead to old-fashioned store fronts filled with unique furniture, antiques and gifts, farmers market (in season), cafes, restaurants, jewelry and business offices in the historic downtown of Rogers, Arkansas, which encompasses about eight square blocks. The Daisy Airgun Museum, home to the world's largest collection of antique airguns, and the Rogers Historical Museum are also located here. More contemporary and cosmopolitan shopping abounds near Interstate 49 at Scottsdale Center, Pinnacle Hills Promenade and at Village on the Creeks.

Outdoor opportunities abound, too, in Rogers, AR. The Railyard Bike Park located downtown features wall rides, whale tales, and concrete lips. The park is designed to accommodate riders of all different skill-levels, beginner to expert, and different types of bicycles, striders to full suspension bikes and dirt jumpers to BMX. Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area on Beaver Lake is just minutes from downtown Rogers, Arkansas. At 30,000 acres, Beaver Lake offers top-notch fishing, particularly for striped bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bream and catfish. Popular water sports include boating, water skiing, scuba diving and swimming. Also, the city of Rogers is seven miles from War Eagle, home to one of the finest crafts fairs in the country, War Eagle Mill and War Eagle Cavern. The city is conveniently located 34 miles from Eureka Springs and about 67 miles from the Buffalo National River.

We are located 15 minutes to Crystal Bridges Museum. Less than 10 minutes from Rogers City Airport and If you like to work out during your stay we are a 5 minute walk to Rogers Activity Center, $5.00 fee for non-members per day.

NWA is fortunate to have many great eating establishments. Of course not knowing anyone's budget or types of food you like I am listing several that I am fond of. I am sure most of these will have their menus on line. If you want to stay close to the Barn House, then downtown Rogers has the following: Parkside Public which has a great line of burgers....I love the Elvis with peanut butter and banana, I know sounds gross but it is amazing. The Rail serves delicious pizza and if you have a sweet-tooth Kirby's Kupcakes on 2nd street is the place to go, and they were recently highlighted on the Food Network channel. Levi's has live music and is another local hang-out, Frisco's is a hot spot on the weekends, and if your group just can't decide then City Pump has several food trucks and they also have live music on occasions. If you are fortunate enough to be here on the second Thursday of the month you should check out Art on the Bricks. Downtown businesses host guest artists and musicians from across NWA and showcase their work. Many offer free food, drink and have door prizes. 1907, which I am so excited about, is home to Onyx Coffee Lab, Heirloom, and a bakery Doughgoods. How about giving a try at Axe throwing? Ozark Axe House is the place....great fun! It is located next door to Hawk Moth which is a local brewery and is only about a 7 minute walk from the Barn House. Also Ozark Beer company has specialty beers and is another fun local establishment. If you are able to venture into Bentonville (about 15 minute drive) I would totally recommend Table Mesa Bistro, Tusk & Trotter, Pressroom and Tavola Trattoria. When in Bentonville you have to go to Crystal Bridges, the admission is free and it is phenomenal . The Wal-Mart Museum (also located in Bentonville) is interesting and it too has free admission, which is always nice. Let me know if you have any other questions and I hope to see you soon!

Hosted by Deanna

  1. Joined in July 2016
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I love hosting, which has been a surprise to me. I also enjoy history, traveling, physical fitness, and going to music events of most any kind. Mother of 3 and DeDe to 5.

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