Built between 1862 and 1882, this B&B occupies a pioneer doctor's family home that rates a listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Airy rooms with garden views are filled with Locke family antique furnishings, and all have fireplaces and private bathrooms. The centerpiece of the three-level Water Tower Suite is a queen canopy bed; it also has a deck and a private sitting room at the top of the tower. Refreshments are served in the parlor. Breakfasts made with local organic products are served in the carriageway.