UAM Trotter House
The University of Arkansas-Monticello Trotter House Bed & Breakfast is a restored historic inn located in the heart of the North Main Historic District In Monticello. Built in 1896 by one of Monticello's prominent businessmen, V. J. Trotter, the house and grounds encompass an entire city block. A porch wraps around the house where guests relax in rocking chairs while enjoying fresh air and bird watching. Six guest rooms are available, each with private bath, telephone, cable television, individual climate control and view. Each room is named after an indigenous tree to the area. Guests are served a full southern-style breakfast in the ining room. The dining room also is available for lunches and dinners by request. The Trotter House is also available for special events including weddings, receptions, parties, teas and luncheons. The house and grounds make an ideal setting for bridal portrait sittings as well.