Roark Bluff along the Buffalo National River.

Here comes fall!
Cooler temperatures, shorter days, fall color.

We are so excited by how many are choosing to come see Arkansas' fall foliage display and deciding to stay with us!  We have a few openings in October and more in November!

Plan your trip today!

We have an opening for this weekend; the Ozark Mountain Artists Studio Tour!

This is a wonderful weekend in Newton County, full of unexpected art, shopping, sightseeing, and of course, good eating!

See their Facebook page by clicking here -> Ozark Mountain Artists

First reservation gets the cabin!

Newton County Elk
How did the elk come back to Arkansas?

Ever wonder where our elk came from, this time around?  Here's a great summary of their reintroduction:

"The late Arkansas Game & Fish Commissioner Hilary Jones of Pruitt encouraged the establishment of elk in the county. In 1980 AGFC made a trade with the Colorado Department of Natural Resources sending largemouth bass to that state in exchange for a trailer load of elk. Over the next three years, several more loads of elk were brought into county where they thrived.
Newton County was officially proclaimed the Elk Capital of Arkansas by Governor Mike Huckabee on July 22, 1998, the first year of the annual Buffalo River Elk Festival. Descendants of the officially named Hilary Jones Elk Herd have spread along the river, but are most prominently observed grazing in the Historic Boxley Valley."  By JEFF DEZORT Newton County Times


Boxley Valley is a beautiful drive from A Hasty Getaway and is a great place to watch for elk, especially in the mornings and evenings.

It has been busy, trying to complete the deck and get the cabin listed on TripAdvisor!  A lot of brain work instead of enjoying the quiet!

The website is also completely revamped.  To the point that our eyes are crossed.

Looking forward to a lessening of all this but very excited to present the cabin in it's best light.  And to millions of new people who will see it on TripAdvisor!

Exciting times!


We've had to modify our agreement with the previous management company because of some serious customer service issues.  We apologize to anyone who was maltreated and are in the process of making it right for those we know about.

We are in the process of working with TripAdvisor to provide online reservations, an up-to-date booking calendar, and an easier reservation process.  We've retained our excellent housekeeping staff and have expanded their role.

We are also expanding the front deck to a wrap-around deck that runs down the side of the cabin!

All of this to ensure an excellent experience for all of our visitors.  If you are interested in booking for March, please use the contact us form!

Stay Tuned!