This one-of-a-kind inn includes a 1901 former church, an ornate wood-frame 1882 Victorian, and an 1827 Federal-style house. The decor is a nod to the buildings' respective histories: the Painted Lady's charmingly appointed rooms, for example, are named after former inhabitants. The luxurious rooms in the Abbey, named for the six days of the creation, have whirlpool tubs and gas fireplaces. (If it's available, splurge on the Tuesday room—the incredible stained-glass "compass"
window will take your breath away.) The Bistro serves dazzling, globally inspired dishes in a striking setting.