Description of Glamping Units
This glamping cabin can accommodate up to eight guests among its three bedrooms. In the master bedroom, there is a king-size bed with a pillow top mattress and an ensuite master bathroom, featuring a large jetted tub and a separate shower. Guests can even access the back deck from the master suite, making for quick access to the hot tub for whichever lucky couple gets dibs on this bedroom. The other two bedrooms are situated near the living room, each with a pillow top mattress, too, and sharing a full bathroom that is located in between the two rooms. There is also access to the back deck from one of these bedrooms, too.
In the middle of this one-story accommodation, guests will find a wood-burning stove that makes the entire space nice and cozy during the colder months. The living room has a sofa bed, which pulls out into a queen-size bed for additional guests, as well as a television, a loveseat, a rocking chair, a coffee table, and a small table with chairs, perfect for a morning cup of coffee or getting a little bit of work done while away.
Nearby is the fully equipped kitchen, which comes with a refrigerator and freezer, a microwave, a stove, an oven, a dishwasher, a coffeemaker, a toaster, all necessary cookware and tableware, and more. Glampers can enjoy a meal or two al fresco, too, from the patio furniture on the back deck, which also holds the hot tub and a gas barbecue. Read More
- Kitchen equipment
This glamping property has 22 different luxury cabins to choose from, and each comes with their own unique set of amenities. They all share, however, the following features: pillow top mattresses, Jacuzzis, fully equipped kitchens, and outdoor barbecues.
- Deck or balcony
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Patio furniture
- Shared kitchen
Location + Surroundings
Ridgedale is a community in southern Missouri, and the location of this glamping property is only seven miles south of the city of Branson. Situated in the Ozark Mountains, Branson has a plethora of nature activities for its visitors, including Table Rock Dam, Shepherds of the Hills Fish Hatchery, Table Rock Lake State Park and the Dewey Short Visitor Center, Moonshine Beach, and Henning State Forest. Take some time to check out the scenic views the Henning State Forest Lookout, as well as from Highway 165, heading south across the Table Rock Dam and climbing up for vistas up above Branson, Table Rock Lake, and Lake Taneycomo. Read More
Spend each day enjoying the great outdoors of Branson, Missouri, hiking through the state parks, strolling along the beach, and partaking in water activities on the lakes. Pack a picnic, and head to one of the scenic viewpoints in the area for a fun outing with family, friends, or a significant other. Float down one of the nearby rivers—the James River, the Finley River, and the Buffalo River—for a relaxing daytime activity.
Visit historic downtown Branson for a look around the shops and a bite to eat in one of the local restaurants. There's even a trolley that does a 15-minute loop, stopping at popular spots like Branson Landing, which holds even more shopping, eateries, entertainment, and musical water fountains.
- It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.
Check-in is at 3 p.m., and check-out is at 11:00 a.m. The daily rate for each cabin is based on a minimum capacity and is noted as such. There is an additional fee of $7.50 per extra person above that minimum capacity.
There is a minimum stay of two nights, however, this raises to a three-night minimum stay in summer and on holidays. Holiday bookings may also have different rates. Read More