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Aunt 'Letta's House
Aunt Letta's House is a newly renovated home on the Motel grounds. It will sleep 6-9, has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a full kitchen, dining area, living room, and sitting area.
History of Aunt 'Letta's House
We have debated on what to name this house - it was originally bought in 1930 and was called the "Tea Room", serving our cabin guests. Then when the diner was relocated to the new Route 1 in 1934, it became the residence of Richard & Arletta Flagg (Bertha Moody's sister), and eventually their growing family of six children. Richard and Arletta were aunt and uncle to the Moody kids, and Richard managed the farm for our Dad --- so when we went next door to visit our cousins, we told Mom we were going to Aunt 'Letta's house --- guess it just stuck and we can't call it by any other name.
Aunt 'Letta's HOUSE RATES
Available to rent from January to December
$800 per week
Sorry, No Pets
How Do I Find Aunt 'Letta's?
Get customized driving directions to Moody's Motel & Cabins here.
excerpts from our guest book
"Thank you for letting us spend a wonderful week here, in what feels like almost our own home...We are already planning for our next visit."
"Letta's house is such a terrific addition to Moody's! It is so comfortable and spacious and very special given its history."
"Thank you for a wonderful stay. Such beautiful accommodations & wonderful restoration of this great, historic home. We felt immediately at home & had a wonderful time..."