Thursday, March 1, 2018

Rosemont Guest Cottages Introduces In-Cottage Breakfast

Complimentary Breakfast Plus $10 for Two Additional Options

Enjoy a complimentary Belgium Waffle and Sausage breakfast any (or all) morning during your stay.  All you have to do is ask 24 hours before you arrive or choose it from our Add-On options when you make your reservation.  Everything will be waiting for you on arrival so you can eat whenever you want.  No dressing and going downstairs to a marginal hotel breakfast.

Our $10 for Two breakfast serves two guests and everything is Fresh Local, Farm to Table ... made fresh in our kitchen by either Nancy Hernandez ... a total whiz at pastries or by Susan Maddox who makes a mean Fritatta.  Again everything is placed in your cottage so you can eat what you want, when you want.  Some breakfast options are ready to eat, some take warming and some more preparation.  The "more preparation" items are limited to the cottages that have a full kitchen because an oven is needed.
For Lovers Only Package

All can be added to your reservation with no need for conversation.  We are always available to discuss our breakfast options and romantic packages but know many guests want to handle all online.

We live to serve at Rosemont!  Let us make your stay a total memorable experience.  We want you happy and we want you back.

Monday, February 5, 2018


A private Rosemont Guest Cottage in the heart of downtown Little Rock is unique and romantic.

 Celebrate in front of a fire sipping a complimentary bottle of Champagne or Sparkling Grape, soaking in a double Jacuzzi/Spa tub, indulging in a complimentary Belgium Waffle & Sausage breakfast placed in your cottage so you  can eat at your pleasure.  
Why not enjoy this romantic alternative?  It’s the time of year set aside for lovers.  Enjoy!

Monday, June 19, 2017

Little Rock’s Only Guest Cottages … Enjoy a New Lodging Experience

Private, secluded and spacious our cottages encourage you to relax and recharge in a lovely, romantic setting free of the hassles of a busy hotel.  The cottages are all different and all are special ... see for yourself.

Gardener's Cottage has a balcony porch overlooking a secluded garden.  Updated farmhouse design includes a queen bedroom with sitting area, Jacuzzi tub for two and a well furnished kitchenette.

May's Garden Cottage is in the same setting but with a garden level entrance.  The cottage has an open plan living room-queen bedroom, double Jacuzzi tub and shower bath and a full kitchen. When needed, a second bedroom can be added.

Rosehaven Cottages are even more secluded, located away from the inn. Three cottages in all, they range from the sophisticated, urban design of Winslow Cottage with is front porch entry, separate living room with gas log fireplace, king bedroom, kitchenette and bath with over-sized Spa tub to the very private Hayward Garden Cottage.

This cottage has a king bedroom, double Jacuzzi bath plus an open plan kitchen-sitting room with French doors that open to its own enclosed garden.  Very romantic!

Call at 501-766-0355 or go online to to see numerous photos of each of our eight cottage offerings. Read a full description, check out rates and availability. We would love to have you as Cottage Guests

Friday, May 5, 2017


Celebrate the weekend with our Special Mother's Day Getaway.  Stay any two nights, May 12-14 at the midweek rate.  Package includes breakfast brought to your room, a bedside bouquet of Spring flowers and a bottled of chilled champagne waiting for you.


$140 Per Night

Romantic private garden with king bedroom, separate living room-kitchen and a double Jacuzzi.


$135 Per Night
Lovely room with double Jacuzzi, and a balcony-porch overlooking the garden.


$125 Per Night
Large guest room with fireplace, double Jacuzzi and over-sized queen 4-poster bed with adjoining sunroom.

Ask for the Mother's Day Package when you call us at 501-766-0355 or send an email to

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Things to Do in Downtown Little Rock include a Trip to Zin Wine Bar

Zin Wine & Beer Bar has an upscale, sophisticated interior, breezy customer service style, perfect nibbles menu, and one of the best wine list in Little Rock.  What’s not to like! Obviously nothing because Zin was virtually an overnight success.

There are the regulars who come in and take a seat at the bar … I’m reminded of Norm and Cliff from the old Cheer’s sitcom but better dressed.

Bigger groups gravitate to the back of the bar where they have the impression of being a private party. Casual drinkers seem to prefer the couches … I just like a table near the door so I can watch the downtown street scene.

Zin is whatever you want it to be. Check it out … Zin Urban Wine Bar.

Troy Deal is the hands-on partner who has successfully set the personality and tone of the bar and built the enviable wine list.  His partner, Michael Puckett, is one of the city’s best known graphic artists who has put his immutable creative touch on the d├ęcor and ambiance.

Located in the River Market District, a quick 5-7 minute drive from Rosemont Inn & Cottages.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

A Unique Thing to Do in Little Rock Is a Luncheon Tour of P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm & Garden Home

A unique Thing to Do in Little Rock is to take a Luncheon Tour or attend a Workshop & Demonstration at P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm Garden Home.  Its a short scenic drive from Rosemont Inn or Rosehaven Cottages giving you a glimpse of the beautiful Natural State on your way.

Spring tour dates run from the first weekend in April through June.  Guided tours of Moss Mountain's terrace gardens, one acre vegetable gardens, Poultryville, and Allen’s house are topped off by a gracious lunch, 
often presided over by Allen.  Each menu is prepared with seasonal food from his countless Cuisine of the South recipes.  Allen's cookbooks will probably be available in the Gift Shop and I strongly recommend taking one home.

One outstanding accolade came from the New York Times calling Moss Mountain a “stunning estate”.  Allen just refers to it as a classic American farm.  Classic – yes; ordinary – no.  Moss Mountain is one-of-a-kind and the same can be said for the gentleman farmer who presides over all.