The Keller family has made a plush, stylish, and romantic bed and breakfast out of a dilapidated Highland apartment building originally constructed for a lumber baron and his family in the 1890s. Rooms are individually themed and geared toward romance, including Greco-Roman with a marble-lined bath area and Far Eastern with an ornate bed from Java. The elaborate breakfasts, cooked by an owner who is also a chef, can be brought to the rooms, all of which feature an in-room
Jacuzzi tub, big-screen plasma TV, and iPad for guest use. For those who want a taste of the inn, but don't want to stay the night, Lumber Baron is known for its murder-mystery dinners.