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3 Oaks Bed and Breakfast is a plantation farm house nestled in 23 acres atop Kirk Mountain. All rooms have private bath and queen-size beds. A parlor, two verandas, and a screened-in back porch are attached. Breakfast is served buffet style with egg-based casserole, quiche, fruit based French toast, muffins, fresh fruit, juice, and gourmet coffee. Weddings are also arranged. Hiking, trout fishing, water sports, and canoeing are outdoor activities. At 3 Oaks guests will be treated to down home hospitality, hearty breakfasts, and the peacefulness of country living

Location: 10205 Devore Drive, Harrison Arkansas 72601 Telephone 870-743-4093

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