Despite its wintery name, this 1778 inn is an all-season retreat. Rooms in the main building and the saltbox next door are adorned with traditional fabrics, and many have floral wallpaper. Other rooms are in a delightful old barn, in a sugarhouse, and in a few cottages about the wooded grounds. In the contemporary carriage house, the 12 suites have two-person whirlpool tubs, gas fireplaces, and private balconies. The gardens are spectacular. The restaurant serves good,
simple fare; the pub is a fine place to enjoy a cold brew by the fire.