Set among the glorious homes of the Western Promenade, this 1871 house displays much of the era's Victorian grandeur, with high tin ceilings, intricate moldings, ceiling medallions, and a dramatic ruby-red foyer. The innkeepers have added a cozy patio, a great place for coffee in a neighborhood that's not known for green space. Spacious rooms are either brightly painted or papered with traditional Waverly prints. Breakfasts include Maine blueberry pancakes, organic granola,
and freshly squeezed juice.