The house is modest. Clean, bright and open. All guest rooms are located on the second floor and share a large bathroom.
There are four rooms available — two can accommodate one or two people, two are singles. We respect privacy to allow guests to accomplish their work; and we also offer an opportunity to be part of a small community for those who are interested in conversation and discovery.
At the heart of any boardinghouse—or home, for that matter—is the kitchen. My kitchen is wide open and includes a long dining table. When weather permits, we have another long table on the screened porch, where late evening summer dinners are lit by strings of little lights amid a soundscape of frogs, crickets and an occasional hoot owl.
I am most comfortable when visitors live here as if this is their home. The living room, kitchen, and porches are all meant to be used and shared.
You can be as social or private as you choose. The idea is to make you comfortable, at home. A place to be yourself and do some work, or just relax.