Beaver Lake HouseDeck of Front of House
Beaver Lake Guest House
Hôte : Daniel
Daniel est l'hôte.Daniel est un Superhost.
6 voyageurs
2 chambres
4 lits
1,5 salle de bain
6 voyageurs
2 chambres
4 lits
1,5 salle de bain
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De 2 à 12 ans
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- de 2 ans
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Secluded stone house overlooking Beaver Lake on a family preserve along Sinking Creek, only 15 miles from the Current River. Watch hummingbirds, herons, muskrats and beaver in summer and fall asleep to the harmony of whippoorwills, frogs and crickets. Sit by the fire in the winter and listen to the coyotes.
Open kitchen, dining and living room with a large deck great for outdoor dining in season. Tour the 18,000 log Ozark Forest Mushroom farm and get fresh produce when available!

Le logement

Situated on a spring-fed lake in the Big Springs Region of the Missouri Ozarks, Beaver Lake Guest House is a completely furnished house nestled in a pine grove on a 3,000 acre family preserve along Sinking Creek in Shannon County. Timber Farms, The Sinks is a working farm which includes a Shiitake Mushroom Log Operation (across the creek from the house) along with a permaculture vegetable garden and pasture/hay operation. Tours of the Mushroom Farm can be arranged with prior notice. The farm name comes from a geological formation on the property where the creek takes a short cut through a 400 foot limestone cave forming a natural bridge locally known as The Sinks.

The house is 24 miles south of Salem and 19 miles north of Eminence close to the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Current River area. The Nature Conservancy has designated the Big Springs area of the Missouri Ozarks as one of the Last Great Places.

Accès des voyageurs

Guests at Beaver Lake House have access to the 450 acre property as well as an area on Sinking Creek suitable for swimming. The mushroom farm and gardens across the creek are also open to guests. The property is immediately adjacent to the 65,000 acre Roger Pryor Pioneer Forest that is managed by the State Parks.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

We are often at the farm on weekends in the nearby Lodge House and are available for tours of the Mushroom Farm. If we are not there, David Enloe, the Farm Manager, or his wife Geraldine are there during the week for tours or for purchasing mushrooms and fresh produce at the Farm Store.


Chambre 1
1 lit queen size
Chambre 2
2 lits simples
Espaces communs
2 canapés convertibles

Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 15:00
Départ avant 11:00

House Rules:

It is your responsibility to make sure all members of the vacation rental property have read these Terms and Conditions. We want you to have an enjoyable, safe and relaxing stay.

Check in after 3pm on your arrival day check out 10 am the day you leave. All sheets and bath towels provided.

A Security/ Damage Deposit of $100 will be charged for each rental and returned one week after departure, after inspection that the house has been left in a tidy manner and no damages inflicted. Please alert us if there are any damaged or non functioning items in the house.

Number of Guests must not exceed that stated on the booking. Please do not invite other people onto the farm property unless you have prior permission from the owners.

No Campers, ATV, Canoes or Hunting allowed on the property. Hunters are welcome to stay as long as you hunt elsewhere or bring your canoe to float on the Current and Jacks Fork Rivers.

Well Behaved Pets are allowed up to a 2 dogs/ cats and have to be kept on a leash on the farm and kept crated when you are not in the house. There is a fenced yard, but it is your responsibility to keep the pets in the yard. Please do not leave pets unattended in house, and keep off all furniture and beds. Owners are responsible to remove all feces and are liable for any damaged caused.

Guests Obligations:

Please keep all furniture, kitchen utensils in the house and leave house in the manner you found it. Loss breakages and damage must be reported. Excess cleaning will be charged extra.

No smoking in the house or near any doors or windows. If smoking outside do not through cigarette butts onto the ground as this can cause forest fires.

Owners or our representatives have the right to access the property during your stay.

Timber Farms The Sinks LLC is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or illnesses that occur whilst on the property.

Bad weather can affect access and power to the property and Timber Farms, The Sinks LLC claims no responsibility for this. (See Cancellation Policy)

All guests must be considerate to others living or staying on the family farm.

No illicit drugs allowed on farm. We reserve the right to refuse access or ask those to leave who are not following our guidelines.

Safety this is a remote rural area and all renters need to take precautions with wild animals, snakes, poison ivy, insects and swimming in the creek. During the spring, summer and fall, we recommend keeping doors closed or screens across to prevent snakes from wandering into the house and you should never walk in the dark without a flashlight and boots are necessary if hiking through higher grass etc. Please respect nature.

Catch and release fishing only allowed on Beaver Lake and designated areas along Sinking Creek. A State of Missouri Fishing License is required to fish in the creek.

Timber Farms, The Sinks takes no responsibility for vehicle breakdown or vehicle accidents on the property.

Property Access
For Creek Access please park in the designated parking area and please do not park by the bridge. You are welcome to hike on the property and a map is provided upon reservation confirmation. Please respect guest access limits and if you have any questions feel free to ask David Enloe, the Farm Manager or Nicky and Dan.


56 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Lucie
juin 2016
We had a lovely time at the Beaver Lake house. Everything's great about it : the house, the surroundings (lake, creek, mushroom farm) and the whole region of the Ozarks. Daniel and Nicky are very welcoming and made everything possible to make us feel at home. Never ate mushrooms so good as Nicky's ones! Highly recommended if you need a peaceful retreat and a (re)discovery of nature.

Profil utilisateur de Chel
octobre 2017
Getting there isn't easy, and I wouldn't try it in my car if there was any flooding or ice. No wifi or cell phone service. You are away from it all and unplugged. But it is peaceful and remarkably beautiful. I went for solitude and got it--never even saw my hosts, although they did drop off a bag of mushrooms from the mushroom farm. No highway or airplane noises. Just the plopping of fish in the lake, a variety of insect cheeps, and the presence of birds--including a brief visit from a hummingbird. Take in your own food, although I found various items like spices and sugar and everything you might need for the mechanics of cooking. If you have children, there is a DVD player and table games. I went in early October and had no insect problems, but I was assiduous in using insect repellent. Need sturdy shoes.
Profil utilisateur de DanielDaniel est un Superhost.
Réponse de Daniel :
Being immersed in nature and off the beaten track is what staying at Beaver Lake House is all about. FYI in the event of ice, snow and inclement weather we do are best to let you know ahead of time and there is always somebody on the farm or nearby. We do suggest you shop in Salem or Eminence ahead of time for food supplies but there is a convenience store at Running River Canoe Rental about 15 minutes away.
octobre 2017

Profil utilisateur de Al
août 2017
The place was amazing! Worth every penny. I recommend arriving in the daylight. It was hard to find in the dark and fog. Also, make sure you have a vehicle that handles well on hilly gravel roads. Once we got there we didn't want to leave. Everything we needed was there. There is, however, no cell service or Wifi. To me that was a plus. It is private and scenic and our host was awesome

Profil utilisateur de Behtany
août 2017
Looking for a great visit to a secluded location with beautiful scenery... close to the Current River and the Ozark National Forest... Daniel's Place has great history, wonderful space and we can not wait to return!!

Profil utilisateur de Naser
août 2017
The place was so nice, We enjoyed our time there.

Profil utilisateur de Mike
août 2017
Nice place just a little hard to get there with my minivan.
Profil utilisateur de DanielDaniel est un Superhost.
Réponse de Daniel :
We are indeed on the end of a rural country lane! I drive my Prius down now and then and just have to take it slow on the last stretch.
août 2017

Profil utilisateur de Julie
juillet 2017
An off-the-beaten path, scenic and quiet place. The house is rustic but comfortable with all the kitchen amenities needed for preparing eat-in meals...a good idea since there are no nearby restaurants. Bring cameras and binoculars, fix a drink and sit on the deck and watch the wildlife...muskrats, waterfowl, turtles, frogs, deer, and a large variety of birds. This is a great family home to do nothing more than rest and relax or as a base for traveling to the many beautiful springs, state parks and scenic rivers that make the location so very special. The hosts were friendly and helpful.

St Louis, Missouri, États-UnisMembre depuis septembre 2010
Profil utilisateur de DanielDaniel est un Superhost.
Architect from St. Louis. We also use Airbnb often when traveling here in the U.S. or abroad. We enjoy sharing Timber Farms the Sinks with our guests and showing them around. I enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including biking, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and horseback rid…
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