So close, and yet so far away!
Submitted: April 28, 2012
Stayed: April 2012
This rental home was ideal for our party of 9, a family gathering that included 5 people over the aged of 70. It is so peaceful and quiet at this spot, and our party found great joy in walking down toward the lake for afternoon exercise strolls.
We were able to cook many of our meals, and even grill two nights, since the place is completely stocked with everything you need. The large island countertop was also a great place for the party to enjoy dinner, wine and conversation in the evenings.
The house is beautifully appointed--think Kirkland's or Pottery Barn. The rich woods and drak colors contrasted well with the morning sun that came in the large bay windows.
The location is about 15-20 minutes from everything that Branson has to offer, which was perfect for us. You can choose to drive the highway to get back to Branson, or take the scenic route over the Table Rock Dam and Lake. Either way was convenient.
The only caveats we have are that the home has only one walk-in shower, and that is downstairs, so some of the seniors had to share that. Also, we bought a new coffee pot for the maker, since the one that was there was coming apart. Also, the TVs are difficult to operate with Dish Network. Lighting is configured in a wierd way in the house, too, as it is tough to figure out what switches control which lights.
Still, accept these as minor challenges that did not hinder our ability to enjoy Silver Dollar City, several shows (Ranking Brothers are very talented!), the wineries (Stone Hill offers a great tour!), walk the historic downtown, take a train ride, and yet still relax and rejuvenate. This home is so great for peace and comfort!
Families with Teenagers
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