The Space Your room on the second floor is quite private and secluded from the rest of the house. It has a unique, cozy, built-in double bed as well as built in drawers, a small refrigerator, electric teakettle, and an adjacent private bath, with shower-tub stall. We provide reverse osmosis filtered water for drinking and there is a faucet in the kitchen that provides it if you need more.
The house was originally built in Bath on the Kennebec River and moved to this location. We suspect it was built by a shipbuilder, as the spaces are ship like tight. The stairs to the room are narrow and steep like in a ship or an old colonial house. European guests have commented that the space is reminiscent of European houses. Guest Access You are welcome to enjoy the outdoors, the upper and lower gardens and fruit trees, the pine woods behind the house and the outdoor sitting areas on the deck and the glider up the hill overlooking the upper garden.
You are welcome to enjoy our Earth Circle Art Gallery in a separate building near the road. On exhibit is the work of three generations: My watercolors, my son Brian Gehan's photography of intimate and expansive views of nature, in his footsteps is the work of granddaughter Theona Gehan. She has an exceptional eye for catching beauty with a camera. Also included is the sculptural ceramic work of Dan Gehan, Brian's dad. Interaction with Guests We are happy to socialize if we both have time, but are also happy to give you space. Some of the time we may be too occupied with our young granddaughters or work in the garden, studio, and art gallery to socialize. But please let us know if you need anything or if there is any way we can be of assistance. We do provide information about local restaurants, hiking trails and other local attractions in the room and are also happy to answer any questions you may have. ...