Built in 1994 in the Redstone National Historic District, this three-story Victorian has all the charm along with the benefits of modern construction. Innkeeper Lisa Wagner, originally from Oahu, serves a Polynesian breakfast complete with guava-stuffed French toast and Kona coffee. She also doubles as an aesthetician for in-room facials; local massage therapists can also provide in-room treatments. The Bighorn and Mount Casa rooms are accented with antiques and have views of the rugged Elk Mountain Range—you may spot bighorn sheep out the windows in spring and autumn. The Moon River Room has a deep, two-person claw-foot tub and views of the Crystal River (there's fly-fishing off the back lawn).