Built in 1840, this quintessential country inn on the shore of Kezar Lake is the kind of place that almost automatically turns strangers into friends. Next door to a white-clapboard church, it's a perfect fit in the 19th-century village of North Sutton. Each of the rooms and suites is filled with soft country quilts, and several overlook the water. In winter you can ice fish, borrow the inn's snowshoes, or ski across the lake. Swim or sail from the inn's pier to Blueberry
Island in summer. A 3-mile walking trail circles the lake.