A 1825 brick inn in the heart of the village is filled with antiques, from Chippendale to chinoiserie. If you fall in love with that four-poster bed or mahogany armoire, you can buy it (price tags hang from nearly every furnishing). Most rooms have a wood-burning stove or a fireplace; two have hot tubs. Breakfasts, served in the light-filled Victorian conservatory or on the garden patio, are ample. Sweet aromas also waft from the kitchen in early afternoon, when the innkeeper
often bakes cookies to serve with tea.