Nancy Rhodes Archer was schooled in Kentucky and Memphis Tennessee. After graduate work was done at Syracuse University, she worked in art colleges and galleries in the mid-west. Her family was friendly with that of Tennessee Williams, and you will find a bent twig rocking chair that Tennessee Williams grew up with in a bedroom at the Coast House.
R.W. Hogeland, a refugee from Philadelphia and unsuccessful student of theology at Princeton, taught American History at the University of Wisconsin. His most notable feat remains jumping center against Wilt Chamberlain while in high school. He now writes short stories, two of which are available at the Coast House library.
Reviewed by Real Travelers
The house is a handsome structure, built on four levels with expansive decks. The 1000 sq.ft. interior is light and airy with high ceilings. Tall, graceful windows reveal varied views of the ocean. The house includes two sleeping lofts with skylights, a tiled kitchen and a living room decorated with works of art. The toilet…
3 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Sep 27, 2011 for a stay in June 2011
I've stayed at this coast house on several occasions and in every season of the year. The view of the pacific is magnificent. The Coast House is very secluded and very very romantic. In the winter the antique wood stove keeps the place very cozy. There is beautiful art in the house. The beds are Tempur-Pedics and the bedding is very fine. The innkeepers leave a bottle of wine for the guest… See more
SCL, Frankfort, KY