Three buildings in the village center make up this calm and romantic inn that's in a good location for exploring the shops and galleries. Some guest rooms, decorated in traditional or country styles, have whirlpools, fireplaces, and antique furnishings. The restaurant, in an elegant, Norman-style house that dates to the mid-1850s, offers creative, regionally oriented French cuisine using such ingredients as pintade (guinea fowl), lamb, and Angus beef. At the Café
des Artistes you'll find espresso and Guinness on tap and a menu of European-style pizzas, pasta, and soup.