Teak and mahogany furnishings, marble fireplaces, Victorian-style wallpaper, and a painted ceiling mural all add to the ambience at this 1887 sea captain's mansion. It's a family affair: the owners' sons are the chef and sommelier. Intimate meals are served in the dining room, where Atlantic salmon is a specialty. In warm weather, lunch and dinner can be taken on the terrace, and afterward you can work off the calories walking in the 3-acre garden. Shoppers take note: there's a large gift store on-site that sells clothing, crafts, jewelry, and designer bags.