We moved to this beautiful area not realizing the high demand for short term rentals. We converted a shop behind our main cabin that had some good bones into this little guest room for our personal guests and are willing to let others book it because it's too sweet to keep to ourselves.
BY REFERRAL ONLY
You have to know someone we know.
This property is 28 acres that feels like a private sanctuary. 1/2 mile off the road, down, down, down in a hollow surrounded
by forest. At the bottom of a V.
This is a hosted facility. In other words, we live on site BUT this allows us to have a warm crockpot of soup on for your arrival after a long day of travel or hiking and a few other advantages that we'll detail as we build this venture.
We use and enjoy these personally:
Pick your flavor and pay $75 and you'll eat 6-7 full servings from it. They're all delicious, natural, and support a worthy cause.
We also use Pasture-Raised Heirloom Chicken And Pasture-Raised Meats
Not sure how long we'll keep this up so catch us before we change our minds.
Sunday-Thursday are a suggested donation of $135 per night but can be booked for a single night stay. Friday and Saturday nights MUST BE booked together and the suggested donation is $150 per night.
This is a great place to go fishing, hiking, hunting, or site seeing for the day and come back to the tranquility and essence of sitting
IN the forest.
This is a great place to read a book, write one, cook a good meal on the grill, and sit by the fire at night looking at the stars; or watch a movie inside if it's too cold. It's a great place to reflect and disconnect.
There's a landline phone connection and we can put a phone out there in case you need it since no cell phone signal exists down in this hollow. We can likely plug in a modem and you could have ethernet (unconfirmed so inquire if needed). I have a modem, I just haven't checked it out yet so...
You can get a cell signal at the top of the drive 1/2 mile up.
The TV screen also has a blue light filter but it only plays DVD's or CD's. We have a large DVD loaner library.
Ignore the satellite dish in the photo, it's disabled and no signal is coming here to service it.
The suggested donation is $150/night with a 2-night minimum on Fri & Sat.
Limited to 2 guests.
The futons make into a very nice king size bed. They're on a FIXED rug so they don't move. They can be made into two individual beds or 1 bed and 1 couch. With 2 inch foam on top we get no complaints. There are bed linens and towels.
This is a "LOW EMF" property, which serves environmentally sensitive people. This means there is no cell signal at this cabin. You will need to drive 1/2 mile up the driveway to get a signal.
Chemicals are also kept to a minimum, preferring plant-based cleaners. It's clean enough that we'd stay here!
You can give our home landline number for emergencies. One of us is almost always home.
The closest cell tower is about 1.5 miles and we're separated by many epic hills and trees. The primary, thus secondary, electric panels are filtered and grounded. The "dirty electricity" readings are <30, which is in the desirable range and all lighting is incandescent (No LED's or fluorescents). It's a great place to give your body a break from the constant bombardment of wireless technology. You may find the site below of interest:
You have an electric 2 burner cooktop
A small refrigerator w small freezer
A propane grill
A pellet smoker/grill
A toaster oven
Berkey Filtered Water upon request
Hot Tea Kettle
Silverware, Pots, Pans, Dishes
Crockpots large and small
Picnic Table Outside
Small Table & Chairs Inside
Two Chairs and Wooden TV Trays
There's a combined a/c and heater wall unit with a remote, thermostat controlled, and a ceiling fan.
BE ADVISED THAT YOU ARE DEEP IN THE WOODS. SPIDERS AND OTHER BITING, STINGING BUGS ARE REAL AND MANY LIVE HERE. I/WE USE NATURAL METHODS TO CONTROL BUT NO CHEMICALS SO IF YOU'RE SCARED OF SPIDERS OR BUGS, YOU SHOULD GO TO A CITY OR THE BEACH, ANYWHERE OTHER THAN THE FOREST!
We are 5 miles east of Jasper, 1.5 miles from the Buffalo Nat'l River and a river park entrance. 100,000 acres of Ozark Nat'l Forest is across the road.
This property is 28 acres you can hike on and I hear there's a waterfall in the back of us. We haven't made the trek due to the terraine but you might want to.
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