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The Branson Town Company built this elegant little hotel in 1903 with an onset of progress and the coming of the first railroad through Branson. The Hotel, which overlooks the town, was a meeting place for some very important people in Branson's history. Harold Bell Wright stayed here while writing his famed novel "Shepherd of the Hills." The hotel also housed the towns first library.Our Hotel has 9 differently designed rooms we are confident you will find the room that is perfect for you.
The Quiet Quilt has an ambiance in it's own entirely. Clean crisp veils of white surround you as you embark on a relaxing retreat from the everyday world. This room offers a feeling of peace, comfort and purity. Filled with garden inspired quilts and vintage household decor.
Have you ever experienced the amazing peace that overtakes you as you gaze upon a herd of wild running horses? This room does just that. We have captured the spirit of the horses, from the customized wagon-wheeled bed to the rich leathers. This room will please your senses and steal your heart.
To honor the history of our hotel this room is complete with timeless portraits throughout the years of this historical masterpiece. Established in 1903. Let this room inspire you as the memories of the past merge with making current memories that will last you a lifetime. Make this room a piece of your own "Heritage".
Ser-en-dip-i-ty: (An aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident) is exactly what you will realize once you stumble across the beauty and comfort this room has to offer. Bask in pure luxury and gorgeous views, as day turns to night and the city sheds it's light, embark on your own journey of accidental good fortune.
This room captures the different facets of the majestic buck. A touch of hunter and a touch of class. With it's masculine appeal, yet soft textures, calming color scheme and slight rustic charm; this room is great for anyone who appreciates the beauty of wildlife at it's best.
Adheres to it's name; the notebook is full of inspiration at every tun. The Victorian styled furniture, stacks of books, historic oil based lantern, and writers desk offers such a completely encompassing atmosphere. Harold Bell Wright stayed here while writing his famed novel, "Shepherd of the Hills." Let this room inspire you, whether your a writer, poet, or just appreciate the written art, this room offers peace and inspiration.
A Fisherman's paradise. Yes, it's all here!... the bait, the tackle, the handcrafted stick bed; even rods, reels, and a fully stocked tackle box. You will never forget your stay in a room like this even if you only "like" fishing.
The Haven offers a place of rest and protection from the outside world. Screaming class and luxury this room is filled with rich fabrics, an eccentric motif, and a touch of wild. Seemingly perfect for those celebrating a special occasion. Deep espresso furniture brings contrast against the gleaming white bedding and beautiful chandelier. A little modern, a little Vegas, and a little 1940's, and a whole lot of fun!
5 on October 16, 2013
We just needed to getaway - saw this on Living Social and bought it. For first timers this was amazing and quiet. Would love to come back - will recommend.
3.4 on October 14, 2013
After living in the area for four years while attending college, I had never noticed this quaint bed and breakfast in downtown Branson. I found it on this website before returning for a friend's wedding and was pleased with the comfort and location. While I would not choose it for an extended stay, the Branson Hotel is an excellent alternative to literally hundreds of mediocre motels and hotels in this tourist town that would run you about the same amount. True to the name, this B&B offers more of a hotel-style continental do-it-yourself breakfast that I found to be satisfying, but depending on what you're used to, may seem less than adequate. All in all...great location and good service for a respectable price!
5 on September 27, 2013
We never want to stay anywhere else when we go to Branson. Nicely decorated and spotless rooms, perfect location and wonderful service . . . . Rose and Ethan go above and beyond to make you feel right at home. 5 Star!!!!
4.0 on September 05, 2013
Close to shopping - walking distance. Clean rooms, friendly staff. Snacks, water, wine and beautiful sitting areas inside and outside.
5 on August 30, 2013
The hotel was very nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. Rooms were very nice.
United States, Branson, Missouri, Airport, City, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Springfield, MO (SGF-Springfield Branson Regional) 45 miles
From Springfield Airport: Take Airport Blvd South to Chestnut Expressway/266. Turn Left (East) to I-44 West. Take I-44 West 2 miles to James River Expressway. Take James River Expressway 8 miles to Highway 65 South. Take Highway 65 South to 76/Main Street (see above). From Branson Airport take 65 North to 76 exit go west about 3/4 mile to 76/main (see above)
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Silver Dollar City, White Water, The Branson Landing, Dixie Stampede, Table Rock Lake, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours, Winery
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Clothes dryer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Movie library, Parking, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Dual Sided Heating Mattress Pads, Upstairs Veranda with Seating, 42-46" flat screen TV's, Blue Ray/DVD Players, Ipod Docks
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Shopping, Water sports