Round Valley Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast Comes to Broken Bow

Round Valley Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast Comes to Broken Bow
Russ and Lisa Rice cut the ribbon to celebrate their new bed and breakfast joining the Broken Bow Chamber

BROKEN BOW—After seven months of hard work, a worn out rental house transformed into the beautiful Round Valley Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast. Russ and Lisa Rice own land north of the Custer County fairgrounds where they run a small feedlot. The rental house on their property was in need of some repairs and those repairs soon turned into a major overhaul that resulted in a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, fully furnished and decorated house–thanks to Lisa’s interior decorating abilities.

At the beginning of March, Russ and Lisa never thought they would be opening a bed and breakfast, but one thing led to another and the couple celebrated a ribbon cutting on Tuesday with the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce. The Rice family agreed the location was ideal for a weekend getaway or special event and decided to dive in with the project.

“It’s still got the country feel, it’s still just a step away from the city. You get that privacy and that comfy, cozy, farmhouse feel I think,” Lisa Rice said.

Kyle Wolfe of Sandhills Custom Carpentry worked as the contractor to tear down walls, add a new bathroom and a back door, update plumbing and electrical, install windows, and remodel the kitchen.

Lisa plans to rent the space for overnight stays, watch parties, bridal showers, and other events for out-of-town guests or locals looking for a change of scenery.

Call 308-870-3053 to learn more.
79918 Road 441
Broken Bow, NE 68822
(North of the fairgrounds off of Memorial Drive and Road 441)