A Country Bed & Breakfast

Rooms / Country Activities / Relaxation

We love the Country life

Craig and Dorine Alderman invite you to enjoy accommodations at Cedar Oak Farm, a Country Bed and Breakfast. Our Bed & Breakfast offers an attitude of optimism and a lively, reverent approach to life. We welcome you to fully experience our local culture and way of life during your next getaway. We look forward to seeing you!

Cozy and Charming rooms

The four bedrooms are themed for Missouri’s wildlife and decorated for those themes with items collected over the years. Two rooms are suites, meaning they are larger and afford a sitting area. All rooms have private bathrooms.

Relax in Country Serenity

The 40 acres around the house are a breeding and brooding area with no hunting allowed. A special attraction is a very large population of hummingbirds from April 15th to September 15th.

Enjoy the Country Activities

Walk or ride your bike on our many trails and firelanes. Critters in abundance that you may see; whitetail deer, rabbits, turkey, doves (they are here year round), bob cats, coyotes and even an occasional bear near the river.

Duck Suite

Duck or Fishing Room $80Per night

Reservations must have one night’s fee as a non-refundable deposit. Common area room and service area (inside) and the back patio area (outside) are for all guests.

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Pheasant and Quail Suite $95Per night

Pheasant and Turkey suites have extra sitting room and furniture. We are a non-smoking and NO tobacco products property. Sorry, we do not accept any type of pet.

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Turkey Suite $95Per night

Pheasant and Turkey suites have extra sitting room and furniture. All rooms feature private baths. We accept all major credit cards! We offer a special discounts! WIFI is available at no extra charge.

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Local Business and Attractions

Proudly supporting our military and local business in Buffalo, Missouri and the surrounding area.

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    Timber Line Barn

    Accommodating Indoor Barn Weddings & Outdoor Weddings, Receptions, Parties, and other Events. Our facility is in the country but conveniently located only 3.5 miles North of Buffalo. Currently Taking Bookings for 2016 and 2017. Read more

  • Bennett Spring State Park

    Bennett Spring State Park

    In the mid-19th century, settlers found Bennett Spring to be an ideal spot for grist and flour mills. Today, most people come to Bennett Spring State Park to struggle with the rainbow trout, or just to marvel at the 100,000,000 gallons of clear, cool water that gush from the spring each day.Read more

  • Ha Ha Tonka State Park

    Ha Ha Tonka State Park

    Imposing architecture and breathtaking scenery combine to make Ha Ha Tonka State Park one of Missouri’s most treasured spots. More than 15 miles of trails traverse the park, leading visitors to sinkholes, natural bridges, caves and down to the lake. Read more

  • Bass Pro Shop Flag Ship Store

    We are the original Bass Pro Shops and are located in the heart of Springfield, Missouri. Our store is almost 500,000 square feet in size and is dedicated to the beauty of the outdoors with art from local artists and craftsmen prominently displayed on all the walls and ceilings making the store part shopping experience and part museum visit. Read more

Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, romance or relaxation, you can experience the best of the Midwest at our Country Bed and Breakfast in Buffalo Missouri.

From our breakfast cuisine to the home made bake goods, will treat all guests to great food, a country setting and a big smile.

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"Enjoy spectacular countryside"

The property is in Dallas County and was an abandoned farm that last functioned circa 1910. The owner’s at that time where the Applegates. He was also a wagon builder and the blacksmith shop was located next to the original log cabin whose fireplace is still visible on the southern section of the main field, south of the B & B. The log cabin burned down circa 1900 and he began a new foundation about 30 yards west of the old house. The dug out trenches are still visible with the stones piled and waiting. He died before he could build the new house and from that time forward it was just used for hunting leases and not worked as a farm.

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