Small cabin which was fine for our girls trip and visit to Laura Ingalls museum. Note it does not have a TV. Wasn't an issue for us because we didn't have kids.
Visiting family from out-of-state and this in-town rental house alternative was a blessing as we were travelling w/ elderly family member. Beds were comfortable, house was spotless with 2 Q beds and 2 full baths.
This was the best hotel closest to Mansfield. I didn't want a B&B. We were here to help a family member whose husband passed away, so a mix of family and business. The small business owners were great. Breakfast was decent- hot sausage, eggs, and you can warm up the biscuit for the gravy. It's near ...
I loved everything. Very clean. Great staff. Highly recommend!
I’ve never stayed anywhere like this before. It was so beautiful and easy to find. I loved how much I felt at home there. I was up there for Wilder day in Mansfield. I definitely plan to return annually and stay at the foxtrot inn if I’m able.
Excellent service, wonderful breakfast. The caretaker Lois is a wonderful hostess and superb cook. Lois went over the top accommodating our special medical needs.
Mansfield Cemetery is a great place to while away a couple of hours.
It is located in Mansfield, an area 100 miles from the state capital, Jefferson City.
Sightseers will have to go for a bit of a drive to get to their accommodation, since there aren't any choices in the immediate area around this site. 50 miles from here is where you will find The Lodges at Table Rock Lake by Capital Resorts. If you want a little more variety, The Cabins at Green Mountain and the Cabins At Grand Mountain By Thousand Hills Resort are 50 miles and 50 miles from Mansfield Cemetery.
Before you check out Mansfield Cemetery, grab a strong coffee at Weaver Inn (Mansfield Ln, Mansfield). For something a little more substantial, reserve a table at Ma and Pa's Family Style Restaurant (110 West Commercial Street, Mansfield) and take your pick of many mouth-watering meals.