The Country House at Moon Hollow sits behind an intentional wild, a front yard purposely designed to provide extra privacy and increase wildlife habitat, rather than just sport a monoculture of only mown grass.
An oversized 1923 Southern bungalow built by local doctor O.B. Rogers, our Country House retains a unique spirit and architecture. Its rustic elegance comes from found objects, antiques, a piece of China… Our Country House changes with the seasons. A roaring fire may crackle in winter or patio doors may stand wide open in early summer, offering our guests an opportunity to live as we do…casually. Breakfast in the winter is served in the kitchen, during warmer months in the dining room.
Sejour is the French word for stay, as in come stay and rest. Much as the Europeans did for centuries, we hope to provide the same. A country house may have been found along a busy, dusty route, affording travelers a respite from the loud world. Perhaps in a quiet back room or in front of a roaring fire or in the kitchen garden. The guest sought refuge, not necessarily entertainment.
We invite you to explore our rural world. We hope you find good rest within its walls.
**Please note The Country House is a TV-free zone**
Private bath in each guest room
Turndown service (upon request)
Complimentary refreshments, baked goods
Breakfast, robust farm continental with homemade breads or baked goods, fruits, yogurts and more.
The Le Sud Room – $135/night
Le Sud simply means South in French. This lovely room faces South and East, encompassing a view of the south pasture and aging barn–and occasionally our neighbor in the field. Wrapped in windows, Le Sud offers the full moon a stage and welcomes the day’s first light. The brave sleep with the curtains pushed open.
Private bathroom with shower. Queen bed. (Sleeps 2)
Doc’s Suite – $135/night
Facing Southwest, this suite looks out onto the house back herb and flower garden. Guests enjoy a private bathroom with vintage claw foot tub. The queen bed sleeps two guests.
The Roost – An additional $35/night (Adjoins Doc’s Suite)
Family lore recounts that Doc Rogers slept on the former sleeping porch, now The Roost, and cured himself of tuberculosis. Whether or not that story rings true, this small half room adjoins Doc’s Suite and shares the same bathroom. Together, these two rooms make an ideal place for three relatives to share. The Roost is not reserved as a separate bedroom.