Beautiful Lake-View Cabin only 10min from Branson Landing and the strip!
Featured in Better Homes and Gardens, 417 Magazine & Log Home Living
Are you planning your trip to Branson , MO? Looking for that special place to stay? Why settle for a standard hotel room or even a rustic cabin in the woods, why not pamper yourself at Branson’s most exclusive luxury lake view home, The Bluff House. The Bluff House was built by the founder of Bass Pro Shops and Big Cedar Lodge, John Morris. After nearly 30 years in the Morris family, Mr. Morris sold this family gem to Bonny Pierson of Eureka Springs, AR. Ms. Pierson, bought the exquisite home as a retreat from her Eureka Springs resort business; (www.bonnybrooke.com) one that she founded nearly 35 years ago and was among the first 3 luxury resorts in historic Eureka Springs, AR. Ms. Pierson decided that The Bluff House was too unique and special not to be shared with others and has opened the home to the public for nightly and weekly rentals.
The Bluff House, Ms. Pierson didn’t offer this name for the cabin, as The Bluff House is well known and famous in Branson. Just ask any local about the Bluff House on Lake Taneycomo and you’ll be recounted with endless tales of Hollywood A-list celebrities and lavish parties for CEO’s and movie stars alike!
This Branson Luxury Lake View Cabin was spared no expense when it was built. It’s been featured in many national publications including Better Homes and Gardens for its stunning beauty and unique features. A water-fall shower hune out of the bluff wall that flanks the entire downstairs level, and the cave wine cellar are two such features. The 30+ foot floor to ceiling windows reveal a view that is second to none in Branson or anywhere for that matter.
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Seasonal pricing & weekly rates available
Call us at 1.479.253.6903
*plus tax & cleaning fee
Note: Pictures below from 417 Magazine Photo Shoot in 2011
Note: Photos below from 1988 vintage photo-shoot for Log Home Living Magazine
Learn more about The Branson Bluff House being featured in 417 Magazines "Dream Weekends" article. (click here)