Graciously appointed "Artist's Studio" bedroom available in historic, restored, three-story home built in 1840. Comfortably sleep two. House is within walking distance of Machias downtown, Grange Hall, the University, restaurants, shops and trails.
Note: "The Artist Studio" is one of four private bedrooms available in the house.
Graciously appointed "Artist's Studio" bedroom available in historic, restored, three-story home built in 1840. Comfortably sleeps two.
Guest(s) will have access to the common living spaces in the house, including the library reading room, the living room and dining room. Limited use of the kitchen is available upon request. Also optionally available is access to the backyard garden for guests interested in making a fresh organic salad. There is a nominal additional fee for those who would like to harvest from the garden.
Interakcija s gostima
Most of the time I will be present at the house during your stay. However, with its three floors and six bedrooms, you may not even notice I am home!
I am happy to help guests plan a seafood feast: Dream of a lobster/shellfish bake on the beach? Or a relaxed steamed lobster or seafood dinner in? If you don't know the area, I can help you source the freshest local seafood, provide produce from my garden and enlist the services of a master baker friend to create a delicious and memorable meal. Message me for more details.
-Organic garden harvest: $5 per person
- Use of washer & dryer: $5 per load
-Smoking is allowed outside of the house.
-I will consider well-behaved dogs that get along with other friendly dogs and aren't interested in cats for short-term one or two night stays.
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Neighbors and friends know the coffee is always on at my house. I love gardening and taking care of plants and animals alike. I share my house with one friendly cat named Pudd and a wonderful dog named June. I tend to surround myself with creative-types and I live where I live because a sense of place and community is of utmost importance to me. The joy that comes from gathering folks around the table and sharing a good meal, preferably with ingredients picked right from the garden, is what life is all about.