Lodging: A Bed & Breakfast Treasure: Sunny Dawn Acres

As you descend the hill into Sunny Dawn Acres, you will quickly feel a sense of peace and tranquility as you become surrounded by the beauty of nature’s green spaces. One of the most beautiful pieces of property tucked away in the Ozark Mountains, Sunny Dawn Acres has over four hundred acres of unspoiled nature to explore: rock bluffs, woods, meadows, creeks, beautiful waterfalls, and hiking trails.

Your lodging accommodations are on the ground floor of our tranquil Victorian home, built in the year 1900. Enjoy sweet rest and relaxation in the Majestic Suite where accommodations are simple, comfortable and handicap accessible. From this cozy suite you will overlook the meandering Clifty Creek with its rock ledges and formations, waterfalls and cascades. Or step out into nature and discover the peace and healing of the trees, flowers, and babbling brooks.

Retreat to this historic Victorian home, surround yourself with nature and tranquility. Be renewed and inspired.

History of the property:

Sunny Dawn Acres was originally homesteaded by the James Oliver Family and consisted of over 3000 acres and was called Revilo Ranch. They had a pig farm and later raised and trained 5-gaited Tennessee Walking Horses. Later it was used as a boy scout camp. Today five families live in the valleys and hills of the original Revilo Ranch.

In 2015, we became the privileged owners of the Oliver family Victorian home which was built in 1900 by Charles Pierce. We named these 400+ acres Sunny Dawn Acres in found memory of our daughter.  The house overlooks Clifty Creeks with its cascading falls on either side of this very special Victorian homestead. Along with short term lodging and wilderness woods camping opportunities, we are passionate about hosting health retreats to manage and reverse diseases such as type two diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular (heart) disease, high cholesterol and triglycerides, obesity, Irritable bowel disease, arthritis and other autoimmune diseases.