This Arkansas Getaway is Worthy of an ‘1883’ Episode, But With Hot Tub
We all know that Yellowstone is all the rage right now but right behind it is the spinoff or prequel to it called 1883. How would you like to stay a few nights in an Airbnb that will bring you back in time just like the show does? You can and it's not far from Texarkana.
1883 follows the lives of John Dutton's great grandparents. Even though there were obviously tough times back in 1883 luckily we can experience all the fun in this Covered Wagon getaway located in Hot Springs.
All the Fun Without The Hardship
You won't be suffering much either because the wagon has modern conveniences inside like Heat and Air Conditioning, Electricity, TV, Refrigerator, Microwave and a Coffee Pot there's a hot tub! And on the outside, there is a sweet sitting area, firepit, Propane Grill, a cute life-like mule team and a hot tub!
Check out these photos
You just can't help but love the look of this Covered Wagon
A Life-Size Mule Team Completes the Outside Look
Now it Time for a Look Inside This Covered Wagon
Great Little Sitting Area
Just Because it Looks Like The Old West in 1883 Doesn't Mean You Have to Suffer
You Won't Get Cold With That Heater
Plus, it has other modern conveniences including a refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker.
Sweet Comfy Bed
We are pretty sure this bed is more comfortable than any bed back in 1883
The official bathroom is outside of the Wagon but only about 75 feet away. In the meantime, you can use this little portapotty in the wagon at night so you don't have to walk outside.
Here's a Look at the Real Bathroom and Shower
This Place Has a Great Outdoor Space Too!
In the above photo, you can see a great outside sitting area. Below you can see the restroom and shower house and the picnic table.
And Most Importantly...The Hot Tub!
What a great, fun and totally unique getaway.
You can find out more about this crazy cool place to stay at Airbnb.com
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