Children are rarely permitted at B&Bs, but this is a charming exception, thanks to separate entrances, several units large enough to accommodate families, and the warm welcome of the inn's owners, Mike and Sandy Wieber. The Marin House is spacious, having been enlarged by various owners from Colonial times to the Flager era. As a result, you needn't worry about privacy or kids making noise. Those seeking a romantic haven delight in the mix of gorgeous antiques and
contemporary conveniences, such as plush beds with luxurious bedding, double jacuzzis, and flat-screen TVs. Huge breakfasts, ordered the evening before, are usually served in the manicured courtyard, and guests gather at 5 for snacks, desserts, beer, wine, and homemade sangria. Owners and staff go to extraordinary lengths to accommodate guests' needs. Visitors with disabilities also find a welcome here.