In fact when you are on right downwind to land on our runway 10 you are also on a wide left base for runway 22 at KFLP. That is one reason our pattern is flown at 1100'—it keeps you well below any traffic that may be going into KFLP. Our runway 10-28 is 2800' x 25' and the elevation is 450'.
Our pattern entry is from the north and one should overfly the center of the runway, observe the wind socks/tee and turn left to enter left downwind for runway 28 or turn right to enter right downwind for runway 10. The steep bluff on the north side of the valley predicates all patterns on the south side of the White River.
If landing on rwy 10, a grove of trees will obscure the touchdown zone while you are on base leg. Don't sweat it, just follow the valley floor as it curves around and it'll line you right up with the runway. It is common for first timers to end up too high and have to go around on their first attempt to land on runway 10.
We have several neighbors offering spare bedrooms to our T-18 bunch and I suspect we can accommodate most of you in their homes right here.
If you have your heart set on going to a motel, I think I'd recommend going all the way into Mountain Home. There is a motel in Gassville, but I do not recommend it. There are several nice motels in Mountain Home.
Some of them are:
The River Rock Inn (870-425-5101) at 1350 hwy 62W