With a group as large and diverse as our family, finding a house that accommodates young ‘uns and young-at-heart is difficult. But Roxann’s Lakehouse on the Horseshoe Bend of the Lake of the Ozarks fit the bill.
From kids 2 ½ and almost 4 to seventy-somethings, we were very happy at the house. The kitchen was amazing, filled with every possible platter and device to cook and mix. The sofas (on all three floors!!) were comfortable and super clean. Loved the solid walls and doors of each of the seven bedrooms. Even the sound of the kids playing a loud game of charades outside our bedroom was muted.
The bathrooms were sparkling clean. Really appreciate that. And the two sinks and large mirrors in each of the three of the bathrooms was juuuuust enough room for a horde of teenage girls.
All communications with Roxann were immediately answered and concerns quickly resolved. That is unique in my experience. Very appreciative.
The game room was way cool. And the entries of all three floors to the decks were outstanding. Chairs on the decks were plentiful and very comfortable. Grilling was easy on the main floor deck.
Our group had no particular problem with the steps. More exercise, methinks, for everyone. The parking was interesting but *shrug* no biggie.
The beds were large and the rooms massive making it possible to set up inflatable mattresses for some of the young ones. Love, love, loved the pontoon, btw.
CD Coffelt, author of Wilder Mage