Ways to Love Lake of the Ozarks
Breakfast with a view
When you slide open the door to your balcony at Garden House Bed and Breakfast (left), orange juice and coffee await. (Owner Lilliana Meyer sets the tables as her guests snooze, entering their decks through a side entrance.)
Early in the morning, a fine mist hovers over the lake. Potted palms sit on every balcony, flowers bloom in the gardens, and within minutes, a Belgian waffle appears, along with a coffee refill. And that feeling you can't quite recognize? It's called being spoiled, and it's just fabulous.