This well-run B&B has retained many of it's original 1897 Queen Anne–style architectural elements, including oval windows with beveled and "feather-pattern" glass, hardwood floors, high ceilings, a redbrick exterior, and a front veranda. Rooms—clean and contemporary with a restrained Victorian touch (seen best in the dark woods)—have refrigerators and baskets stocked with munchies, triple-sheeted beds with soft feather duvets, irons and boards, and fresh flowers.
There's also a two-bedroom, two-bathroom town house next door. Guests have access to a full-service health club a few blocks away.
Jul 13, 2000
this is a super B&B and really is a good alternative to staying at a big downtown hotel. it's cozier and it feels safer.