Nestled among the Ouachita Mountains and surrounded by Hot Springs National Park, the Gold-Inn is a boutique 17-room motor lodge anchored by a 1905 manor. This arrangement is typical of our historic Park Avenue neighborhood, which boasts numerous stately houses and vintage motorcourts. The property was once owned by Samuel Fordyce, founder of Mountain Valley Spring Water - whose name you’ll find on the Bathhouse that now houses the Visitor Center for the National Park.
A 15 minute walk from the Gold-Inn puts you at the start of the Central Avenue Historic District and Bathhouse Row, the heart of Hot Springs. We are also centrally and conveniently located to many of the other attractions in the Hot Springs area, including Oaklawn Racetrack and Casino (10 minutes), Magic Springs Theme and Water Park (8 minutes), Ron Coleman crystal mine (25 minutes) and numerous hiking trails within 5 minutes