- Reviews: 2
Dry Creek Lodge at Ozark Folk Center: Great Place to Stay
My husband and I spent three nights at Dry Creek Lodge during the last week of July and couldn't have been more pleased with our accomodations. The rooms, well-lit and nicely appointed with above average quality furniture, are housed in pods arranged in groups of three with two rooms per pod. A small patio, furnished with an Adirondack style chair for two, overlooks a wooded area and is accessible through a sliding glass door of each room. There are windows along two sides of the room covered with heavy drapes that can be opened to afford a view from inside the room. The bathroom is large, well arranged, extremely well-lit and even has instant hot water. We never lacked for hot water at any time during our stay. The room was not as large as most motel rooms one finds in resort areas, but it was fine for the two of us, and the beds were comfortable. Extras include a nice size remote-controlled color cable TV, small refrigerator, coffee pot and supplies, nice iron and ironing board, shampoo, lotion and hair dryer. The maid service was tops, and the lodge staff were very pleasant and accommodating. The lodge is located about a mile from the downtown area but the square is easily accessible via a street from the lodge without having to drive back out to the highway. We found the location convenient to everything we wanted to do. Though we didn't use it, the pool and surrounding area were extremely clean and well-maintained. The restaurant at the Folk Center is excellent and serves three meals a day, so it's possible to stay at the lodge and never leave the premises. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend it to anyone visiting the area. If you are looking for a reasonably priced accommodation with ambient features, this place is hard to beat.
- Reviews: 1455
No two rooms alike: The Inn at Mountain View
We had the opportunity to view many of the rooms, all decorated much as they might have been a century ago. We chose to stay in Grandma's Attic. As you can see, it has a bright and cheery feel to it. Our private bath was across the hall, but not inconvenient, and the innkeepers provided us with robes.
All of the rooms have small, individual room air conditioners. I was told by a fellow traveler that these were there for the benefit of guests who couldn't sleep due to the croaking of frogs.
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