In 1956 the Stratton family built a rest home off the side of an old farmhouse. The facility ran as hospice until 1977. Over the next forty years it would serve as a drug den, boarding house and rumored bordello. We began renovation in 2017, unveiling the hidden charm of this unique structure. Its doors are open for the weary traveler, curious artist or local folk transitioning from one adventure to the next.
Each private room is dressed with a queen bed, chair, small desk and a place to store clothes. The large windows view the side yard of towering pines and our beautiful barn.
The rooms are located down a wide corridor (pictured above) just across from the large kitchen / common area and the shared restroom. Out the back door and into the adjoined building is a very quaint library, second restroom and laundry.
Guest are provided coffee from RUBY Colorful Coffees, roasted just across the street, and fresh eggs and bread from the local co-op.
Suites have a personal toilet, sink and slight vintage charm. Slightly larger and ideal for longer stay.
Available June 1st, 2018
$65 per night
Repose Rooms are simple and minimal. No clutter, no ruffled sheets. These middle sized rooms are perfect for an artist wanting space to spread or a yogi needing the room for private practice.
Available May 15th, 2018
$55 per night
Quaint Quarters are the most economical for the explorer, nature seeker or someone who just needs a place to rest before the next adventure.
$50 per night
CHECK-IN IS AFTER 3, bags may be dropped earlier.
CHECK-OUT IS BEFORE 11, bags may be stored after.
Extra food may be available for purchase.
Artist interested in using our Maker Space will be required to pay for use.
Two Adults and one child per room unless otherwise discussed.