Owner Judy Graham, a landscape artist, adorns the walls of this 1886 inn with her own work and family photos dating from the Civil War, and the books on hand are souvenirs from her travels—the effect is both sophisticated and homey. The breezy front porch overlooks Kendall Mountain, a majestic "Thirteener" (a mountain higher than 13,000 feet). Large, sunny rooms are filled with antiques and beds piled with down pillows and comforters. A well-set dining-room table is
used for a hearty, homemade breakfast with an emphasis on nutritious ingredients.