One of Missouri’s Most Underrated Cool Places to Stay Has a Cave?
I don't get to take vacations hardly ever, but if I did, this would be at the top of my list. It's a Missouri place to stay that might be one of the most underrated in the state since it has a cave nearby to explore. Let's go spelunking.
I found Hollering Pines Retreat on Airbnb that's located about 20 minutes from Rolla, Missouri near Newburg. It's a unique farm house place that includes some of the most interesting stairs leading to a tiny house type of abode and even appears to have a cave nearby to explore.
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This neat Missouri space is located near the Mark Twain National Forest and not far from civilization in Rolla. The nightly cost as of this writing is a mere $168 per night, but considering that sleeps up to 15 guests, I'm calling it a bargain. I'm not sure what availability looks like this, but it looks to me like one of the more underrated off-the-beaten path places you will likely find.
Make sure to check the actual Airbnb listing for updates and more info if you get serious about sleeping somewhere that has a cave. Hard combination to beat in my opinion.