Buffalo River Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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Make our 3 level Log Lodge your headquarters for fun and romance in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.
Buffalo River Lodge has been featured as one of the
Top 27 River Lodges in the nation by "Paddler" magazine!
We are owned and operated by The Buffalo River Hospitality L.L.C
View the lodge's 62 scenic acres of woods and meadows from the double deck, wrap around porch or large outdoor hot tub. Relax by our waterfall and koi pond while enjoying our landscape. Grill out on our flagstone patio with pergola. Bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts enjoy seeing the many varieties on the property throughout the year. We are owned and operated by The Buffalo River Hospitality L.L.C.
The Buffalo River Lodge offers rustic elegance with a romantic atmosphere, in the Ozark Mountains near the "Buffalo National River" of Arkansas. The lodge is a three level, 6,000 square foot log structure containing five guest suites, great room with stone fireplace, dining room and a TV/game/computer room with wireless high speed internet in the spacious loft area.
All suites are spacious, theme decorated and have private baths, King or Queen beds, some also have twin beds, luxury linens, most have satelitetv/sportsandmoviechannels/dvd/vcr, and hot tub or jacuzzi tub suites are available. Rates range from $79 to $124 per night. Rates are based on double occupancy. Each additional person is $15. Rate includes full breakfast daily. Dinners are available upon advanced reservation. Special Honeymoon and Get-away Packages are available!
Innkeeper/Owners, Dan and Beth Powers, cater to couples looking for a "romantic get-away" in the Ozark Mountains and to floaters of the nearby Buffalo National River. Our bed and breakfast is not designed for children under the age of 10.
For information or to make a reservation please contact Dan and Beth Powers at
(800) 733-2311 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also visit our two-story rustic cabins nestled in the beautiful Ozark Mountains!
Breakfast and Dinner
Full breakfast is served daily and is included in the room rate. Breakfast is served at 8:00 AM in summer and 9:00 AM in winter. A typical full breakfast will consist of coffee, orange juice, fruit, and either blueberry pancakes and sausage, hash brown crust breakfast pie with biscuits, macadamia nut french toast and sausage, or eggs with ham & cheese and biscuits.
Dinner Saturday evenings
Dan and Beth's complete gourmet dinners are available for guests on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday evenings with the packages with advance reservation. Dinner is $20 per person and is usually served at 7:00 P.M. Dinner will consist of salad, gourmet entree with pasta & vegetable plus dessert and non alcoholic drinks. Guests may provide their own wine for dinner if desired. Dinner will be served in the dining room or outside on the deck.
Guests in the Honeymoon Suites have the option of in-room dining service.
All dinner reservations must be made at least one day in advance.
The Buffalo River Lodge does not have facilities for guests to prepare their own meals.
Several restaurants are nearby in Yellville (14 miles) and at Buffalo Point National Park (7 miles).
Buffalo River Lodge Guest Comments
"You've spoiled us from "roughin it" forever! It was the nicest stay I believe I've ever had. Now there the problem of our next vacation and how it couldn't possibly measure up. Oh well.... I guess we'll just have to come back!" Andrew and Twila
"Everything was very nice. This was our first B and B, it could not have been any better. This is a wonderful place to spend a honeymoon. Thanks for everything" Jeff and Amanda
"Everything here was great. Visiting with the other guests was wonderful. The food, the view and the hummingbirds were all great. Thank you for a wonderful and relaxing stay. Hope to be back many times. The hot tub was heaven!" Travis and Jill
"This place is beyond great. We did not want to leave. John and Kim are wonderful. The lodge is clean, yet personable. I instantly felt at home, loved the hummingbirds and Xena, the room, breakfast was incredible. I could go on and on about everything. I will definitely be back and let everyone know where to go for a wonderful vacation" John and Cindy
"Thanks so much for making us feel so welcome! We loved our room and the GREAT room service. We will be back!" Tonya and Terry
"We had a wonderful and relaxing time. The food was delicious and the fellowship with fellow lodgers, so much fun" Mack and Dixie
"Thank you so much for all the wonderful service. We loved the lodge. It was the perfect place to spend our honeymoon. We definitely plan on coming back someday!" Rachel and Brett
"It was better than the photos on the web site. It is just beautiful, we will recommend your lodge to others" Bill and Laurie
"Thank you so much for the great friendly service you gave us. The lodge is beautiful and the food delicious. We really needed a relaxed get away for a few days and truly enjoyed our stay here". Darryl and Annette
"The food has been delicious. The blueberry pancakes were better than any I've eaten and the dinner we had was far better than ANY restaurant I've been to. It was flavorful and filling. The dessert was perfect" The Austins
"Thank you John and Kim. We love the lodge. You have made our stay comfortable, peaceful and restful. This has been a great place to release the tensions of the East Coast".Mark and Leslie
"Thank you for your great hospitality during our stay. The lodge is beautiful and along with the glorious food, peace, quiet and wonderful location has met all our expectations. The room and comfortable bed went a long way in making our stay relaxing and enjoyable" Del and Carolyn
"Thank you for a great place to stay. Your home is beautiful. It's great to get away from the big city. We'll recommend you to our friends. The scenery is beautiful. Your breakfasts are wonderful".Colen and Reagan
Area Website Links
Links To Additional Ozarks Area Information
Ozark Mountain Region
Arkansas' Ozark Mountain Region/Buffalo National River
Ozark Connections Travel Information
Real Ozarks Magazine
Little Bell Wedding Chapel, Harrison, AR
Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism
Shop the Ozarks
Ozark Mountains Website
Mountain Home Arkansas
Area InformationBuffalo National RiverArea Attractions and Activities - Ozark Mountain RegionBuffalo National RiverThe major attraction in the area is the crystal clear, Buffalo National River and the activities in and around it. The entire length of the river is a national park. There are four canoe outfitters in the Buffalo Point area to assist you. The river is floatable year round in this area. There are many excellent hiking trails within the park. The Buffalo River Lodge is located 2.4 miles from North Maumee Landing, one of the major canoe input locations on the river. We can book canoe, trail rides and guided fishing trips for our guests staying with us.
To See and Do in the areaCanoe, fish and swim the Buffalo National RiverExcellent hiking trails in nearby Buffalo Point ParkExplore the ghost town of RushAll water sports on Bull Shoals LakeWorld famous White River trout fishingExplore Blanchard Springs CavernsExperience 1800's Arkansas at the Ozark Folk CenterTour Hurricane River CaveArts & Crafts shoppingHorseback trail ridesBird WatchingHummingbird ParadiseLocation and DirectionsThe Buffalo River Lodge is located 14 miles southwest of Yellville, Arkansas off of Scenic Highway 14 on MC5032, only 2.4 miles from the Buffalo National River.
For information or to make a reservation please contact Dan and Beth Powers at(800) 733-2311 or email at email@example.comOr, Click here to Check on Room Availability or to make a Reservation OnlineIn a hurry? Print out our Brochure!You can also visit our two-story rustic cabins nestled in the beautiful Ozark Mountains!Buffalo River Bend Cabins
- Mountain View, Arkansas - 45 miles
- Eureka Springs, Arkansas - 65 miles
- Branson, Missouri - 65 miles
- Miles to Buffalo River Lodge from Major cities:
- Harrison, Arkansas - 40 miles
- Mountain Home, Arkansas - 40 miles
- Little Rock, Arkansas - 100 miles
- Springfield, Missouri - 100 miles
- Memphis, Tennessee - 200 miles
- Tulsa, Oklahoma - 220 miles
- Kansas City, Missouri - 300 miles
- St. Louis, Missouri - 300 miles
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 320 miles
- Dallas, Texas - 400 miles
The perfect place for your small romantic wedding. We have an in-house minister.
How to Find Us
The Buffalo River Lodge is located 14 miles southwest of Yellville, AR on MC5032 Road off of Arkansas Scenic Hwy 14, only 2.4 miles from the Buffalo National River at North Maumee Landing. Maumee is one of the major canoe input locations in the Buffalo Point National Park area.
To reach the Buffalo River Lodge from the NorthTake Scenic Hwy 14 east (you will actually be heading south) out of Yellville for ten miles to MC5032 Road. There is a Buffalo River Lodge Billboard on Hwy 14 just before reaching MC5032 Road. There is a small "Caney" Community sign right before the intersection. There is also a sign with the word Maumee and an arrow indicating to turn on MC5032. Turn right on MC5032 and go 4 miles to the Lodge. The last 1/2 mile is gravel road.
To reach the Buffalo River Lodge from the SouthTake Scenic Hwy 14 west (you will actually be heading north) across the Buffalo National River and continue for about 5 miles to MC5032 Road. You will pass the Caney Fire Department building 1/2 mile before reaching MC5032 Road. There is a small "Caney" Community sign just before the intersection. There is also a sign with the word Maumee and an arrow indicating to turn on MC5032. Turn left on MC5032 and go 4 miles to the Lodge. The last 1/2 mile is gravel road.