This was our first trip to Branson and we were very pleased to have found this hotel. Upon arrival we were treated warmly and several questions answered. With just 9 rooms and adults only you feel like you are almost the only people there. The hotel is very close to downtown with shops,cafes and Branson Landing is only several blocks away by the lake. If interested they now have a small wine bar and cafe with friendly staff. If first trip to Branson the hotel may be hard to find so make sure you have good directions or GPS. Parking is in the back very close to the back door which was very nice. We enjoyed our room but there was some outside road noise but not enough to hinder our enjoyment. The soft noise machine was nice to sleep with. We would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Branson Town Company built this elegant hotel in 1903 due to the first railroad coming 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. The Branson Hotel has been restored and condition to provide luxuries of the 21st century in an intimate historical setting. ... more less
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