About Thomas Mott Homestead
Our 1838 farmhouse was built by Thomas Mott, and was once part of a large dairy farm. Restored and renovated as lodging, the house maintains a rustic yet refined charm. You can still see the original post-and-beam construction, as well as the way it grew over the years in traditional New England fashion.
Decks and a free standing gazebo provide areas for you to enjoy the outdoors and the lake.
We offer four guest rooms all with private baths. Three rooms have queen-size beds and the fourth room has twin beds.
Innkeepers Sue and Bob will offer you a full hearty breakfast that includes a specialty breakfast entree, fresh fruit, pastries made daily, juice, coffee and tea. Dietary requests are honored whenever possible. Please notify us in advance of your needs.
While you enjoy your breakfast, we can offer suggestions to help you plan your day, travel information, points of interest, or special events in the area