The historic Toll House was built in 1912 and has been thoughtfully updated with conventional comforts without losing its historical roadhouse charm. There is a fully stocked commercial quality kitchen and formal dining room in addition to a living room with fireplace, and a large wraparound deck with lots of outdoor seating. There are four bedrooms in the Toll House, one on the main floor and three upstairs.
THE PORCH ROOM
The Porch Room is the Toll House’s ground floor suite. This spacious room includes one king and one twin bed, an armoire and a separate seating area. This room also offers an en suite bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower. True to its name, the Porch Room includes an adjacent screened porch with a café table and chairs and ample extra seating.
THE GREEN ROOM
The Green Room shares a floor plan with the Porch Room below it. It is the largest upstairs room and, like the Porch Room, has a king and twin bed, an armoire, and a seating area. This sunny, warm room also includes a private en suite bathroom with a bath tub and shower.
THE RED ROOM
The Red Room sits upstairs at the front of the Toll House. This cozy spot has a queen bed, comfortable reading chair, and small en suite bathroom with shower. The view from the rear window opens onto the Toll House garden. If needed, you can add a cot to create an additional sleeping space.
THE BLUE ROOM
The Blue Room overlooks the Toll House garden from both windows. This comfortable, welcoming room has a queen bed and single bed (that can also serve as a seating area), full closet, and desk. Guests staying in the Blue Room have use of a charming hallway bathroom with shower.
The Toll House is connected via a large screened-in breezeway to the Bunk House, and they can be rented together or separately. The two houses share a large landscaped backyard with two outdoor showers, an 8-person cedar hot tub and lots of outdoor seating space. The Toll House rents for $1200 per night, or $1550 per night with the Bunk House included.