2 bedroom 2 bath, park-like setting on the quiet side of the Niangua Arm.
Queen beds, Jennifer Lopez sheets, 600 thread count. Hardwood floors, in room flat-screen TV's.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - One pet maximum and under 50 lbsOne pet maximum and under 50 lbs
No smoking - Outside courtyard smoking allowedOutside courtyard smoking allowed
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- If you cancel your reservation within the 60 day window and we are able to re-book your stay we also refund 100% of the monies received.
- 1 pet only and under 55 lbs. Please inquire if you have 2 pets and depending on age and weight it may be fine.
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Hosted by Barb MorrisAsk a question
About Barb Morris
Owners are Ward & Barb Morris who moved to the Lake in 1985 and raised our 3 children in one of the most beautiful locales in the U.S.! Barb owned and operated several Lake area restaurants over the past 27 years and enjoys the fine art of cooking and especially, pairing food with wine! Ward takes weekend breaks from his Computer Consulting career to tend to over 1000 grapevines on the property and looks forward each fall to harvest time.
Barb Morris purchased this House in 2000
Why Barb Morris chose Camdenton
This property is adjacent to Ward & Barb's home and was purchased to expand the vineyard and since May of 2013, the Sugarloaf Vineyard Tasting bar with food pairings, occasional music and great friends! Our motto has always been, 'come to our place and we'll treat you like family'!
What makes this House unique
We fell in love with the quiet of the Lake and especially the Niangua Arm tributary with it's amazing wildlife. During the month February you can often spot as many as 700 great white Pelicans feeding on Lake fish for as long as 2 weeks as they migrate. This actually inspired the name of one of Sugarloaf Vineyards wines; the White Pelican, a dry white Chardonel. Other birdlife includes the great bald eagle, blue herons, egrets, seagulls, hawks, owls and host of other. In March, you can spot beautiful red foxes siring their new pups and of course, several deer like to walk through the vineyard and eat Ward's grapes (to his chagrin)! It's a great family setting for renunions or to get away from the city.