I stayed here with my husband and mother -in-law for one night. We came to pick up our kids from Kanakuk Christian Camp. It was very easy to get to from the highway (we were coming up from Texas) and had a lovely lodge/dining facility. We did not eat in the restaurant but did get coffee and muffins from their bakery - very yummy. Our cluster of rooms was not in the lodge but in a separate facility on the college campus. However, it was within walking distance (and view of) the lodge. I think this is one of the last places around that still uses actual keys for the locks! What made that a plus is that the halls were so quiet! No door slamming every time someone came or went like you get in conventional hotels. Very clean, plenty of space, adequate window unit a/c, very nice pillows, sheets and comfy beds. Coffee provision was unusual, but satisfactory. There was a little alcove at the end of the hall that had a microwave and a coffee bar. They provided real mugs (not styrofoam cups) and a carafe in your room. Take the carafe to the bar, put it under the spout and choose regular or decaf, strong or mild. There was also a button just for hot water which my tea-drinking husband appreciated. No limitations on coffee from a little sack and it tasted fine (but bring your own creamer if you are particular about that sort of thing.) We also had a nice view out our large window onto the pond directly behind the hotel which had swans on it. Again, unlike standard hotels, you could open the screened part for fresh air if the weather warranted it. Had we stayed longer, there were many things to do/see right there on campus including a working gristmill, a greenhouse with award-winning orchids, a fruitcake and jelly kitchen and a museum. No alcohol or smoking allowed, but that was not a deal breaker for us because we were really just sleeping there. No frills soaps but all you needed was provided. Our room had an iron and ironing board. Two sinks, one within bath/shower and one in room but separated from view of beds by partition. Anyone who goes to K1, K Country or K golf should definately stay here and avoid the ONE bridge that connects Branson across the river . It is under construction and ONE lane coming out of Branson. It was 15 minutes from hotel to camp. SO EASY! Lovely place, friendly staff and good value.
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- The Keeter Hotel
- The Keeter Hotel Point Lookout
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