This lovely yellow-and-pale-green 1853 Queen Anne house, named for its two magnificent and aged beech trees, has gingerbread trim and is wrapped by a wide porch with wicker furniture and a glider swing. Inside, it's all Victorian splendor: mahogany and red velvet in the parlor, with lighter-style antiques in the guest rooms. All rooms have queen- or king-size beds, several have fireplaces, and one has a bay view. Breakfast is served in the dining room, which has a pressed-tin
ceiling, a fireplace, and lace-covered tables.