A 100 year old Woodstock artist house, full of books and paintings — my year-round home for nearly twenty years — less than 1/2 mile from the center of town on a quiet road only 200 yards from Woodstock's best swimming hole. Sunny lawns and stone patio. Ideal as a place to stay without a car.
An airy bedroom with mountain views; a yoga room; a writer's living room lined with books, wood-beamed ceiling; an elegant dining room; an eat-in kitchen; and enough space outside to sunbathe, play badminton, or just laze around the grill.
Attached to the main house is a small 1950's apartment with a separate entrance where I sometimes stay. This in no way interferes with guests, who have otherwise complete and exclusive use of the main house and grounds.
Interaction with guests
Happy to meet you at the house if you let me know your approximate arrival time — or at the Woodstock bus stop if you don't come by car. I usually go to the city at weekends but sometimes stay in the attached apartment when the house is rented. I look forward to meeting my guests, but it's your call if you prefer complete privacy. However, I'm always available 24/7 by phone.
Other things to note
Fully tiled bathroom with classic cast iron tub (and hand shower), modern vanity, and wide countertop.
Please ask if you have special requests, we'll try to accommodate....
Leave the house as you find it (apart from towels and bedlinen).
Please, no smoking inside, and absolutely no butts scattered outside (there is a can provided for smokers).
I've lived in Woodstock since the Festival days (I played with many of the great bands including Van Morrison, the Muldaurs, and Full Tilt Boogie). Now I'm primarily an author and illustrator — feel free to check me out on Amazon and my website:
I love hosting interesting people and enjoy Airbnb-ing myself when travelling for for tango.
Current life motto: Eat desert now!