Eddy Bluff Farm in Dixon Missouri
Rock Eddy Bluff Farm Dixon Missouri Bed and Breakfast B&B Cabins Lodgings Accommodations
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Hosts: Kathy and Tom Corey (click here to meet them)
Address: 10245 Maries Road 511, Dixon, Missouri 65459 USA
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Telephone: (573) 759-6081
Activities/Attractions: Slip into some peace and quiet! Fronting on the river amid 150 acres of unspoiled Ozark forest, you may choose your own pleasure. Simply relax and recharge in the splendor and solitude of these natural surrounding. Nearby you will also discover shopping, caves, antiques, an Amish community and refreshing country eateries.
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"You've created a wonderful niche where the rigors of daily life melt away. It may truly be a warp in the time continuum."
"If this peaceful, secluded setting doesn't put you at ease immediately, the company of your hosts, Tom and Kathy Corey, will."
"A nature lover's paradise ... A place to discover!"
"A great place to take the family."
"Guests arrive at Rock Eddy Bluff frazzled but leave refreshed."
A Bucolic haven."
"Ideal for those wishing peace, solitude & country living."
General Information: Rock Eddy Bluff Farm offers a vacation retreat and getaway with scenic Ozark accommodations on the Gasconade river, located in rural central Missouri near Rolla, Dixon, Vienna, Waynesville and St. Robert.
Perched above the magnificent Gasconade River valley, discover this unique place of beauty and serenity. Accommodations feature a secluded cottage, cozy cabins hidden in the trees and an inviting bed and breakfast suite overlooking the valley. You'll find country relaxation waiting at the end of narrow, winding lane!
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Payment Accepted: Discover, Personal check and cash.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
"What a week it has been! We couldn't have asked for a better place to spend our honeymoon than Turkey Ridge Cottage."
"We are in awe of the beauty and serenity of this place ... the peace it brought."
"Rock Eddy Bluff makes you rethink your priorities."
"There was a heavy storm last night. I was so relaxed I slept right through it. Goodbye little cabin under the trees."
"Each time I find something new. Each year I discover such peace and freedom of spirit."