While alterations to the cottage have been made over the years, the kitchen looks remarkably similar to how Child had it with the raised counter to accommodate her height, pegboard walls, and its green tile backsplash.
"The kitchen has been maintained impeccably," says author Luke Barr, who wrote a book at "La Peetch" in the 70s. The exceptions being a new oven and security cameras in place to protect Child's culinary artifacts still in place.
The cottage is currently booked through the end of 2016, but the Johnstons are taking reservations into 2017. They also have plans to do yoga and culinary retreats at the home.
Currently, the minimum stay will run $3,050, so you might need a pinch of Child's "what-the-hell attitude" to get things moving on this culinary pilgrimage.