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Our tepee was supposed to be next to the "rest room", but it was several tepees away. For $100 per night, the tepee was leaky and mildewed, and most furnishings looked like they were picked up along the road on trash day. The "rest room"...More
Great place for a 2-3 nights stay in either a cabin or a teepee. The Little Missouri River runs behind the property and is great fun for the kids. Diamond John used to have free canoes for their guests to use but now he charges...More
I've read some people knock this place and I'm thinking if they had read the owner's description, they would have been a bit better prepared for the somewhat primitive accommodations.
The cabin was clean, the very basics are provided (a couple of towels- but I'm...More
Our first vacation together in nine years as a couple. We drove all the way from Ohio, stayed in a Tepee for two nights and a cabin for the next two nights and added one more night we liked it so much. The Tepee was...More
The pictures on the website are probably from when the cabins were first build.
The grass was not mowed.
The cabin was clean, but many things are broken.
The hot tubs are in shambles, and do not even work! This is why I wanted to...More
US$109 - US$220 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Diamond John`s Riverside Retreat Hotel Murfreesboro
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Yes, you can bring your pet if you stay in a cabin or a tent. They do not like you leaving your pet there though if you journey out for any amount of time. There are also many other animals on the premises that your pet may... More
Yes, you can bring your pet if you stay in a cabin or a tent. They do not like you leaving your pet there though if you journey out for any amount of time. There are also many other animals on the premises that your pet may not like. My dog didn't particularly care for the peacocks screaming at all hours of the day and night and she really didn't like the mice running around the cabin. I know all pets are different, just something to think about.