One side of this 1830 Federal-style inn was built as a home, but it soon became an inn, adding a wing with a matching facade in the 1850s. Wide pumpkin pine floors, some painted, set the tone for the mix of antiques that fill the parlor, library, and guest rooms. The larger, more ornate lodging quarters are in the original home. Room 10, once a front parlor, has a neoclassical mantle above the wood-burning fireplace. Upstairs, Room 8 has windows on three sides and views
of the gardens and apple trees. Guests can order wine or spirits to enjoy with the complimentary appetizers served each evening.