Built in 1852, this charming inn has a handsome brick exterior, hunter-green shutters and awnings, and soaring 12- to 18-foot ceilings adorned with intricate crown molding. The interior design is tasteful and professionally done with details—notably the lavish drapes, done in a French toile pattern that looks remarkable against the shellacked brick—that put it a step above what you see in similarly priced properties. Once a series of cotton warehouses and factory offices,
the inn now has inviting guest rooms, each with one or two queen beds, a couch, and two comfy chairs. There's a well-regarded restaurant, and breakfast includes cereals, baked goods, fresh fruit, meats, and scrambled eggs.