This shingle-style 19th-century mansion, originally one of the area's many summer "cottages," commands a magnificent ocean view that takes in the Bush estate at Walker's Point. The spacious rooms have sitting areas and are furnished with antiques and newer classic pieces; Frette linens and comforters adorn the beds. You can relax on the front porch or by the fireplace. In the adjacent motel-style Rockbound, built in the 1950s, all the rooms have fireplaces and private
balconies to take in the views. In the candlelit restaurant, every table has a view of the surf.