You have arrived at The Guesthouse at Fenton's Berry Farm! We are so glad you found us, and hope you enjoy your stay. We are convenient to Branson, Missouri...Eureka Springs, Arkansas...and the Buffalo National River. If you are looking for a truly homey "home away from home," a unique vacation experience, a location central to multiple attractions, or just a quiet place to get away from it all, your search ends as you pull into the driveway. You may be greeted by Penelope, our aging Great Pyrenees dog, and there will certainly be a few chickens scratching around nearby. You will be welcomed by your hosts Clyde and Veronica Fenton, and met with fresh-baked cookies on the table! (Ok, they may be "no-bake" cookies in the summer :)
Fenton's Berry Farm is comprised of 28 acres of rolling hills seven miles from downtown Harrison, Arkansas. The Fentons grow asparagus, strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries, as well as tomatoes, onions, peppers, and a variety of other vegetables. (2013...We don't currently have raspberries available on the farm, but that picture at the top of our pages is just so pretty I hate to change it! ~VF) For more details on the farm itself, check out www.fentonsberryfarm.com. During your stay at The Guesthouse, depending on the season, you may have access to fresh fruits and vegetables which you may pick yourself or pre-order to have picked for you. You may choose to stroll around the farm, past the farm's ponds, through the vegetable and berry fields, and up on The Hill which rewards you with a gorgeous view of the farm and countryside for miles beyond.
The Guesthouse is a smoke-free three bedroom, two full bath ranch-style home, with a chain-link fenced backyard (sorry, no pets). The house is fully furnished and ready to move in for your weekend or week-long stay. The house has five ceiling fans and an attic fan, along with central air and baseboard heat. There is even a lovely Whitney piano in the living room (which can be covered if you have small children.) Netflix and Pandora along with many board games are available to provide entertainment when you aren't canoeing the river or taking in a Branson show.