Zelda's Studio

Private hot tub
Premier King

King Studio Suite that feels like an upscale cabin, with hot tub for 3 on your private back deck. This suite has a full size living room, roman shower, and a kitchenette.

  • Our only suite with a hot tub instead of jacuzzi tub. Situated on your private back deck tucked into the Ozark mountains
  • Upscale cabin feel, with wood floors and celling surrounded by rock walls that have been painted white
  • Spacious studio style suite, with a full size living room, kitchenette, and roman shower
  • 1920s style couch, converts to a comfortable twin bed (25$ extra person fee, for 3rd breakfast, linens, etc.)
  • Antique furnishings from the 1920s
  • King bed
  • First floor with no steps to front door
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Full gourmet breakfast
Fridge with bottled water and sparkling water
Smart TV with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO
Coffeemaker with imported teas, coffee, real cream, hot chocolate, chai, cookies, candy
Amazon Echo, unlimited music
Free high-speed Wi-Fi
Your own free off-street parking space
Discounts to local fine dining
"Lovely stay in beautiful room. Stayed in the Zelda suite … Loved the decor, the little kitchenette, the bathrobes provided and the outdoor hot tub ... loved the great tasty breakfasts."
Mary Anne Ambramski

Getting to know Zelda Fitzgerald

Zelda Fitzgerald was a writer, artist, and as the quintessential flapper girl she was a cultural icon of the Jazz Age. Her magnetic personality and artistic flair made her a central figure in the literary and social scene of the 1920s, alongside her husband, F. Scott Fitzgerald. Zelda's own writing and artwork were often overshadowed by her husband's success, but her creative contributions have since been recognized as pioneering works of modernism and feminist art. Her social impact also extended beyond the realm of the arts, as she fought for women's rights and independence.