Come relax in this newly-furnished lakefront home, located on Loch Lomond, Bella Vista’s largest all-sport lake. This home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas and plenty of outdoor space. Complete with a covered dock and only minutes from the Marina. Rates shown are based on two adults, each additional adult up to the units maximum is $15.00 per night extra.
Spectacular natural beauty surrounds four distinct seasons with each bringing a refreshing new look. Bella Vista is a land of scenery including rivers, lakes and streams accompanied by numerous hiking and bike trails, providing a truly natural experience.
Bella Vista features 12 tennis courts in three separate complexes, including courts lighted for play on summer evenings. Vacation Rentals guests enjoy complete use of Bella Vista’s tennis facilities.
Bella Vista is a golf haven where you can enjoy six 18-hole and two nine-hole golf courses rated among some of the best in Arkansas. With green fees on all 18-hole golf courses to fit most budgets and offer twilight specials throughout the season
Bella Vista boasts some of the best fishing in Northwest Arkansas on eight lakes stocked with bass, catfish, crappie and other pan fish. Beaver Lake and the White River are less than 60 minutes away and provide spectacular striper and trout fishing as well.
Cultural activities are available in each community, and Broadway productions, exhibits, etc. are available at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. Northwest Arkansas also offers several art galleries, studios and diverse fine arts at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Downtown Bentonville where 250,000 visitors are expected to visit each year. Shoppers are treated to quality handmade arts and crafts, antiques and fine arts during the Fall and Spring Craft Fairs in Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville and Bella Vista.
Eureka Springs, America’s Victorian Village, is resplendent with colorful turn-of the-century homes, historic buildings and one-of-a-kind shops. The Great Passion Play, the historic Basin Park and the “Haunted” Crescent Hotel and the Blue Spring Heritage Center are just some of the many attractions.
You can also discover towns with old-time squares in Northwest Arkansas’ Ozark Mountains. Browse a while and enjoy the nostalgia. You might even find a real treasure or unique souvenir at one of the quaint little shops, or if you prefer a shopping experience at national premium retailers instead, than a visit to Pinnacle Hills Promenade for exciting shopping, dining and entertainment in Rogers should do the trick.
People from all over the country are discovering Northwest Arkansas, and it remains one of the most desirable places in America to live, reflecting the best buy in quality of life now and for the foreseeable future.
Three night minimum requirement on holidays, Craft Fair, Bikes Blues and BBQ and special events. Rental rates will reflect maximum occupancy per home.