Redbud Cottage

Redbud Cottage is a fully furnished, non-smoking, housekeeping cabin.  The cottage is in a private wooded setting amid our 160 acre nature preserve.  Turkey, deer, rabbit, and an occasional fox are some of the common visitors to our land.  Wildflowers and mature trees populate the rolling hills and deep hollers.

We can be easily reached from major highways to the north or south, and many of the areas foremost attractions are nearby - the Buffalo River at Buffalo Point, and the historic mining town of Rush, are within several miles of the cottage.  The world-famous White River is about a half hour to the north, as are Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes.  Two towns famous for musical entertainment, Mountain View, Arkansas and Branson, Missouri, are a scenic one hour drive.  And for those who only wish to relax and recharge amid the natural beauty of our Ozark hills and lovely Redbud Cottage, we offer a spacious screened deck, covered picnic area, outdoor fire pit, and complete privacy.     

Redbud Cottage

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The destinations below are linked to directions maps, and expanded explantions of the destinations themselves. The travel times and distances listed below are from Redbud Cottage.

Buffalo National River
Lower River Area

Redbud Cottage
Redbud Cottage
Your Hosts: Steve or Paula Kuether
Yellville, AR 72687




Map and directions
Redbud Cottage 778 Cozy Lane
Yellville, AR 72687

GPS: 36.097065, -92.588674

Rates: $Up to 4 adults per night
$110.00 plus tax
Additional person (each) - $10.00
plus tax
Children 8 and under stay free
Seven night special - Please call for rates

No Pets
Redbud Cottage
Redbud Cottage
Kitchen and Dining Area
Living Room
Bedroom 2
Rush Landing (Ghost Mining Town of Rush)   Directions
GPS: 36.13264, -92.57103
The abandoned mining town of Rush is a major tourist destination in the Lower Buffalo River area. It is complete with old abandoned buildings and a few hiking trails that explore the areas around the mines. Rush is also a good birding area and the river fishing is good for smallmouth bass.
Buffalo Point   Directions
GPS: 36.078794,-92.57361  
The Buffalo Point Campground is the largest NPS campground on the Buffalo National River. It was originally a Arkansas state park before being assumed by the National Park Service. There is a Ranger Station, hiking trails including the famous Indian Rockhouse, and many interpretive programs.