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Grace’s Attic on the Square is located in the Historic Downtown Square of Ord. This 2-bedroom sleeps 7 with murphy bed and couch. Includes indoor fireplace, full kitchen, washer and dryer. This downtown loft is within walking distance of local staples, like Carl’s Tavern and Scratchtown Brewing Company. Visit their AirBnB listing for booking information
Cobblestone Inn & Suite
Rex & Deb's River Lodge
If you’re looking for breathtaking views and a calm and peaceful place to relax, this lodge is what you’ve been looking for. Located right on the North Loup River, you will find amazing scenery, wildlife watching opportunities, and a fantastic view of the stars. Rex and Deb can be contacted at (308) 728-3990.
Riverview Cabin Retreat
Located right on the North Loup River, Riverview Cabin Retreat is local lodging right in the middle of the scenic Loup Valley. Located six miles northwest of Ord on Highway 11, you can enjoy the serene North Loup River and local wildlife like whitetail deer, pheasants and turkeys, along with seasonal species that include bald eagles, geese, ducks and pelicans. Riverview Cabin Retreat also has two fishing ponds near the cabin for more enjoyment. Find Riverview Cabin Retreat online or by calling (308) 728-7985.
Located just a few miles outside of Ord, Nebraska, Riverview Bunkhouse is the perfect country retreat for a group of family and friends. Whether you’re looking for a place to get crafty, enjoy the outdoors, or maybe a little of both, our Bunkhouse is the perfect getaway for you! Visit their website or call (402) 276-4394 to book your stay.
Shepherd's Inn Bed & Breakfast
A member of the Nebraska Association of Bed & Breakfast, the Shepherd’s Inn is one of our exclusive area B&Bs. Here you find serene country living, starry nights, peace and quiet, WIFI, a hot tub, heirloom table service and even a petting zoo! The Shepherd’s Inn also has an eclectic gift shop and walking trails. For more information, visit them online or call (308) 728-3306.