Rates from $99 - $179

Sleep tonight in luxury in a historic Caboose fashioned from actual rolling stock and furnished in quaint elegance for your comfort.

Enjoy our secluded area. Your stay with us will be a memorable one! Our cabooses are romantically nestled on the mountainside with a marvelous view of the historic site of railroading as it was in days gone by.

The name, Livingston Junction, combines the name of the "hollow" viewed down below the cabooses and the intersection where the original railroad from Seligman, Missouri headed south to Harrison, Arkansas and beyond. It spurs off to Historic Eureka Springs.

That same spur is used by the Eureka Springs & Northwest Arkansas Railway excursion train, so you can hear the steam engine chug. In the fall and winter, get a birds eye view of the railroad bridges and railroad "Junction."

Looking out over Livingston Hollow, you find yourself surrounded by trees and rock formations. Once in a while, a deer darts across the valley. Birds are everywhere singing. And, in the distance, the huffing of a steam engine and its whistle call to passengers can be heard.

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Livingston Junction Cabooses are recently restored, renovated and decorated to create a unique, cozy, comfortable and nostalgic lodging.
Each caboose has its own private driveway - fashioned to look like a railroad bed, an outdoor hot tub on a large deck with outdoor furniture, a grill and hammock.

The only thing to make your journey into the past complete is the swaying of the train on the tracks as you settle in to a comfortable berth for the night.

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Caboose #101 - Click Here to Check Availability or Book Now

Country Decor

Built in September 1967, in Kenton, Ohio - ran on Burlington Northern rails. Like all cabooses, it was a home away from home for the brakeman and conductor - the place where they ate, slept, worked and passed the time, and now it is a much more elegant home away from home for travelers, honeymooners, anniversaries and getaways.

Dressed in the kitchenette, is a sink, microwave, coffee pot, refrigerator/freezer. A sitting area in the cupola. Bathroom complete with showe a queen size bed, the original brakeman's desk in the cupola and the original cupboards and cabinets with added railroad memorabilia, including a collage of paper and photo artifacts handed down from my grandfather. Photos and railroad books add to the flavor of the railroad.

Caboose #102 - Click Here to Check Availability or Book Now

Victorian Decor

Built in March 1930 at Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad shops in Aurora, Illinois, it is made all the more unusual by its riveted exterior and curbed roof and ceiling.

Decorated in much the same way as its companion down the road, its interior shows off beautifully weathered wood on the floor and walls. More photos and railroad books with other collections add to the railroad charm and nostalgia. Please note: Caboose #102 does not have a hot tub.

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Caboose #103 - Click Here to Check Availability or Book Now

Old West Decor

Built in 1926, it ran from St. Louis to San Francisco and out West. Known also a "Frisco". Restored in 2002, this caboose is unique because it is "wooded". When the wood began to rot it was covered up with plywood. Two layers were removed to reveal the original wood. Some of the original wood was removed and replaced. The original boards have been reused in the interior for the cabinets and closets. The #103 has Old West decor because of it's history. Bring yourself back to the days of the gold rush, complete with wiskey barrel, lanterns and wood stove decorations.

JUNCTION DEPOT - Click Here to Check Availability or Book Now

The Junction Depot was built to replicate a railroad depot. The "Depot" offers a full kitchen, dining area, and living room with a pull out couch and a cozy fireplace. The bedroom has a queen size bed and the bathroom has both jacuzzi and shower. The large deck overlooks the switch back for the ESNA Railroad. A super place for couples and small families.

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Stay off the beaten track. Stay with us. . .

Romance on the Rails at Livingston Junction Cabooses.

Live the nostalgia. Experience what life was like then. And imagine more . . .

Please Note:
Livingston Junction Cabooses is a tranquil retreat. We offer no Cable TV or Internet access. Televisions are for movie-watching only!

Livingston Junction Cabooses
1 Stonehaven Lane
Eureka Springs, AR 72631
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