At this delightful inn, five buildings of one- and two-bedroom suites ring a landscaped lawn that leads to a scenic wooded pond. The accommodations are casually decorated, with bleached wood or pine paneling and New England antiques or reproductions. A large collection of Cape artist Ralph Cahoon's work appears throughout the inn. In the main dining room, a few contemporary flourishes enhance the traditional menu; you can still find rack of lamb and baked-stuffed lobster, but you might also see cumin-scented scallops with Israeli couscous. Lighter fare is served in the cozy Eli's Lounge.