Hospitality and period furnishings make this 1891 home, once owned by a cigar executive, a wonderful glimpse into Key West life in the late 19th century. Each of the rooms has a private bath and king-size or double beds. All but one has a sitting area—the exception being a handicapped-accessible room. None have televisions, but not to worry, there's plenty of entertainment on nearby Duval Street. Rates include daily Continental breakfast in the dining room or on the veranda.