Hannah's Vineyard Inn

110 East Commerce Street, Ozark, Arkansas, 72949, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $75.00
 

Travel Blogs from Ozark

Buffalo National River

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie

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... So steaks and veggies on the grill. The second night we hit the "restaurant," which had some charm, but the food was so-so. We got hit with a decent thunderstorm, but we just moved into the vestibule of the tent and kept reading. Overall, it was a relaxing place and would certainly be worth a float down the river. Trip Summary 822 miles driven 16:24 in the car 5 miles on the trail 4 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 Parkway 1 National ...

Day 31: Sweepin up the Second century

A travel blog entry by breezer.hill

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... everything was a smooth cruise into the host, which we arrived to around 6pm-just in time for dinner and for me to accidentally eat some hummus doused with crushed peanuts (oops)! As I because red and rashy, I thought maybe I was just still hot from spending the entire day in the sun. But when it became difficult to breath, and Jamie and Annie mentioned that I looked a little "off," I decided to find out if I ate something with nuts... And sure enough, I ...

Dinner with Texans in Ozark

A travel blog entry by davidpower

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... on the mobile. I was wrong, it seems the shrimps had the better of him.

To be fair he said he is allergic to batter. (If you think you are allergic to batter why order 3 kgs of it?) I was fine so it was not last nights fine dining.

As you saw our hotel was located within easy driving distance of Merca's finest breakfast restaurant so I said I would treat him to an Awful House breakfast.

On the door they said they did ...

Ozark Nat Forest/ Arkansas Wine Trail

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... Arkansas Welcome Station and what a nice stop. Everything was clean with tons of information to be found inside the building. The hostess was a great help in giving us material that we needed to visit the state. The water fountain was so cold and refreshing. Drove on down the road through Fort Smith.

Fort Smith was an important military fort on the Arkansas and Poleau Rivers. It was known for being the fort where the hanging judge, Isaac ...

All the Bells and Whistles

A travel blog entry by outsidebreak

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... It was obvious that there was water nearby, and some sort of power plant or dam just behind our campsite.

Just as we finished setting up the tent and got out the fixins for dinner, a loud buzzer sounded across the water. All sorts of odd noises followed, with sirens, loudspeakers, gushing water, and boat engines sounding. Our best guess was that we had stumbled on a loch, but were hoping this was not an all night operation. ...

Location

This B&B, located on 110 East Commerce Street, Ozark, is near Wiederkehr Wine Cellars, Post Familie Winery, and Mount Bethel WInery.
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