Known for its remarkably friendly and attentive staff, this handsomely appointed house, dating from the 1890s, was originally the family manse of William Kehoe. On the main floor, a double parlor has two fireplaces and sweeps the eye upward with its 14-foot ceilings, creating an elegant setting for a made-to-order Southern breakfast. Later in the day you'll be treated to afternoon tea and desserts and an evening wine and hors d'oeuvres reception. Don't miss the courtyard garden and the music room with a baby grand piano. Guest rooms in this charmer have a decidedly Victorian feel, with a mix of antiques and gilt mirrors. The Mercer Room (the best of the accommodations) has private verandas.