News for the Hospitality Executive
N.D., March 28, 2007 - Darroll and Joanie Myers announce the official opening
of the Missouri River Breaks Lodge (http://www.mrblodge.com), an executive
bed and breakfast nestled in the bluffs overlooking Lake Sakakawea. The
lodge brings together a unique combination of pristine open prairie, breathtaking
views of the Missouri River bluffs together with modern architectural amenities,
high quality craftsmanship, and an opulent decor. Discover this unique
paradox we call "rustic luxury." The lodge is perfect for a relaxing get-a-way,
an inspiring executive retreat or a romantic honeymoon or anniversary.
Accommodations include the Missouri River Executive Suite, The Loft, and the Roosevelt or Lewis & Clark cabins. Located in the lower level of the main lodge, the Missouri River Executive Suite offers the finest in executive accommodations. The French doors invite you into your own oasis complete with a luxurious king bed, whirlpool tub, elegant sitting area, and private bath. Enjoy majestic eastern views of the Missouri River valley from the comfort of your bed or the relaxation of the whirlpool tub.
Perched atop the spiral staircase, The Loft features a sitting room and quaint bedroom detailed with Scandinavian furniture. This room has a private bathroom with shower, a full-size bed, marble accented fireplace, 34-inch television and private outside entrance.
Each of the two cabins offer over 800 square feet of pure luxury including
sitting and dining areas, a kitchen, fireplace, private bedroom
Area activities include golfing, outdoor activities, and historical attractions. Located nine miles to the east, The Links of North Dakota is
consistently rated as one of the top public courses by golf magazines. The course presents golfers with an authentic links-style golfing experience on the bluffs overlooking Lake Sakakawea.
Outdoor activities include fishing, hunting, and bird watching. Lake Sakakawea and the Missouri River offer some of the best fishing around. The walleye fishing is legendary and in terms of sheer numbers of walleye Lake Sakakawea is second to none.
North Dakota offers a rich historical and natural experience. From the
expansive national parks and grasslands to the preserved historical
|Also See:||Zagat's Top Ten Golf Courses; Bandon Dunes (OR) Edges Whistling Straits (WI) for 'Best Course' Honors / March 2007|
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