Coulter Farmstead is a wedding, event and lodging venue located in Washington, Arkansas that features four log cabins dating to the 1840's that have been painstakingly renovated, as well as, an 1860's Greek Revival style main house situated on 11 acres with a barn and an 1880's general store. Coulter Farmstead is located on the edge of Washington State Park "Old Washington" located just a few miles from Hope and Texarkana. Our venue is authentic and will make you feel as though you have stepped back in time, but with all the modern conveniences and amenities. Come relax in one of the cabins, or have the perfect wedding in the barn, general store or under the stars anywhere on this beautiful property. Whichever you decide, our venue is the picture of rustic beauty. It is our hope that you and your guests will feel comfortable and right at home whether for a relaxing getaway or on your wedding day, as you make memories to cherish for a lifetime.
We got the grand tour of Coulter Farmstead yesterday, and are SO excited about this place. Yes, I am of Coulter descent, but sentimentality aside, this place is going to be fantastic! A beautiful event venue as well as a rustic, classy bed and breakfast is EXACTLY what has been missing from Old Washington. The historic value alone is enough for me to want to go back (I grew up going up to Lockesburg and playing in that main house), but I definitely plan on taking weekend getaways to this place, as well as a girl's weekend or two! For anyone getting married in the near future, this place will be sublime! In addition to being a phenomenal facility for a wedding, Brad said they will be getting a horse and buggy to complete the wedding experience! (I can also see this as a great corporate retreat locale). When this place is officially open, I HIGHLY recommend a drive over here to check it out, or spend a couple of peaceful, relaxing nights here. Brad will make sure this is a first class experience for all his guests, and I cannot wait to return with more family and friends!
Sarah Preble Chambers
This was one of the coolest places I have ever stayed. Located in a way that makes you feel like you are a part of Old Washington State Park, the setting is beautiful. Brad Hauser is the epitome of Southern Hospitality. He was so gracious and welcoming. The cabin we stayed in has been lovingly restored, was decorated with beautiful antiques, thoughtfully stocked with games, books, water and snacks. It felt so historic but yet has all the modern conveniences. It was so comfortable. Sitting on the porch listening to the evening sounds was so peaceful and had it not been storming, we would definitely been in the beautiful pool. Brad provided the most lovely breakfast. We took a bunch of pictures of it before we ate! Brad gave us a tour and shared his vision for the Farmstead and it is spectacular! I cannot recommend the Coulter Farmstead highly enough. Now on my list of absolutely favorite places!
Therese Mallard Free
This venue is magnificent for the perfect indoor or outdoor wedding, complete with a horse drawn carriage or for just a relaxing weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You will be treated like family when you choose this venue.
The Coulter House is an 1860's Greek Revival style house situated on 11 acres adjacent to Washington State Park in Old Washington, AR. Rich in Arkansas history, this house has been lovingly restored with modern amenities while maintaining its history. The owner, Brad Hauser, lives on property in this house and is looking forward to your visit to Coulter Farmstead.
The 1880s General Store on the Coulter Farmstead was moved to this location from a town in Arkansas. It is a multi-functional venue for a wedding, party or a meeting. We provide tables and chairs for the perfect event. Catering can be arranged through Coulter Farmstead.
Call to find out more information or to make a reservation.
One of four log cabins on the Coulter Farmstead property,
all the log cabins were taken apart and moved to this site and painstakingly pieced back together. They all have modern conveniences that were unavailable in the 1840s but maintain the integrity of the original buildings. Come relax in front of the fire or on the porch.