Inside the Morgan State House, a late-19th-century town house on Washington Park, rich cherry wainscoting complements high ceilings, hand-glazed walls, and fireplaces. Although the house is in the center of town, the views are of either the park or the inn's well-tended flower beds. Each room is different—yours might have a fireplace, a claw-foot tub, exposed brick walls, a skylight, or a reading area—but the overall look is refined. Studios are available three
doors away at the Washington Park State House, a sibling property with an elevator. Breakfast is served in the town house.