Prairie Hollow Hideaway is a charming log cabin located approximately 1 mile from both the Current and Jacks Fork rivers. The cabin is nestled on the edge of Prairie Hollow Creek, an intermittent creek, surrounded by 5 acres of open fields and woodlands. It offers a remote and peaceful experience free from distractions, with 3 bedrooms and a full kitchen. Whether visiting the area to float, sight-see, hike or hunt, this cabin is the perfect relaxing getaway.
At Prairie Hollow Hideaway you can truly “hide away” from the electronic intrusions of the outside world. While there is no television or WiFi, there is a cell booster that provides some 4G depending on your cell carrier. The cabin is fairly secluded from everything else around it, with only brief glimpses of activity that occurs in the area and no other houses in sight. Prairie Hollow Hideaway is the perfect escape, with an excellent location that will allow you to easily enjoy a variety of activities. It is located less than 10 minutes from Eminence, just off paved State Highway V.
The cabin is two stories, with the second floor reached via sturdy stepladder. The main floor includes a living room, master bedroom, full bathroom, kitchen, and utility room with refrigerator and washer/dryer. On the second floor, two bedrooms and 1/2 bath will accommodate up to 5 for sleeping. Each bedroom has its own dresser and closet area. We provide linens, towels, soap, toilet paper, hair dryer, dish soap, paper towels, and an initial supply of laundry detergent.
The kitchen includes seating for 6, and has an electric range, oven, and microwave. It is fully stocked with cookware, dishware, can opener, coffee maker, toaster, and blender. There is plenty of cabinet space for food and storage. We provide napkins, cooking oil, salt and pepper for seasoning, and creamer/sweeteners for your morning coffee. The adjacent utility room provides a full-size refrigerator, washer/dryer (including initial supply of detergent and dryer sheets) and more cabinet space, with iron and small ironing board. A selection of board games and yard games are stored in the utility room cabinet for good old fashioned game time with your group.
The front porch runs the full length of the cabin, overlooking the creek drainage. A porch swing and Adirondack chairs provide comfortable outdoor lounging space where you can enjoy coffee on a cool morning or watch the sun go down. The porch also provides the perfect vantage point from which to observe wildlife like deer, bobcats, and a variety of birds.
A fire pit, initial complimentary firewood (additional may be purchased locally), and additional Adirondack chairs in the yard are the perfect way to end the day, stargazing or roasting marshmallows. A cooking rack is installed on the fire pit for campfire cooking. If you bring your own charcoal, a charcoal grill is available for your use as well.
As a convenience, we provide ONE complimentary 5-gallon bucket size bundle of firewood for your use in our outdoor fire pit, if you should desire to have an evening campfire. However, if you would like more firewood than the ONE bucket full during your stay, you will either need to bring or buy firewood, OR you can purchase additional bundles from us for $5 each. This is the same price as all the local firewood vendors, if you should desire to purchase your additional firewood before you arrive. The area around the fire pit is wooded, so we also allow you to collect any dead and downed wood for your fire.
The property is easily reached by paved state highways. The cabin is situated on the back side of the creek and is reached via gravel driveway and low-water bridge. In the event of heavy rain causing the creek to rise over the low-water bridge to a level that you are uncomfortable crossing, there is an alternate entry through the owner's neighboring driveway.
The cabin is in a quiet valley not far from owner's residence. We have house rules about excessive noise and fireworks so that neighbors are not inconvenienced. We are often nearby if guests have any needs. We will stop by at the start of your stay to ensure everything meets your and our expectations with your reservation and to answer any questions. After that, we will stay out of your way for the remainder of your visit unless issues arise.
PRICING INFORMATION: Base rental price is based on occupancy by two people. There is an additional $10 charge per day for each additional individual (regardless of age), for up to 5 additional guests, for a maximum total of $50 per day above the base price for full occupancy. This allows us to keep the price lower for small groups, rather than charging the full occupancy price on every reservation regardless of group size. Please ensure you include all guests in your reservation request to ensure accurate pricing.
The area is known for the beautiful Jacks Fork and Current Rivers and the many large springs that feed them. The town of Eminence is a popular summer destination for floating, sight-seeing and trail riding. In the spring and fall, Eminence offers hiking, elk viewing, spectacular hunting and fishing, and glorious spring and fall colors. Local cafes, restaurants, specialty shops and flea markets provide options for shopping and eating out. Alley Mill, Rocky Falls, Round Spring Cave, Klepzig Mill, Prairie Hollow Gorge, Blue Spring and the Ozark Trail are just a few of the "must see" attractions within a 30-minute drive. Missouri's wild horse herd is often seen in the neighborhood, in open fields 1/2-mile away from the cabin. Missouri's newly established elk herd can be viewed at Peck Ranch, approximately 20 minutes away.
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Eminence, Missouri, USA