Stained glass, fine antiques, and art-nouveau fixtures decorate this comfortable 1904 house a few blocks from Stanley Park; a fireplace, leather couch, and extensive DVD library make it a cozy rainy-day hangout. Almost all the rooms have private sitting areas, and several have claw-foot tubs and queen-size brass, mahogany, or canopy beds. The Mountain Room has its own private balcony. Peace is assured, as there are no adjoining walls between guest rooms. The staff is exceptionally helpful. The generous breakfasts always include one hot dish; if the weather's warm, ask to enjoy it in the garden gazebo.