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Located from Hwy 65, two miles east on Hwy 76 to Lake Rd 76-3 (Lakeshore Dr), 1.6 miles north on east side of Lake Taneycomo. Offering rooms, two-bedroom units with rates for up to four persons. One three-bedroom unit available. Features swimming pool, rooms include cable TV.

Typical room rates, double occupancy, range from

$39 to $55.

The property features no pets accepted.

Location: 1685 Lakeshore Dr, Branson Missouri 65616 Telephone 417-334-3929

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