You're likely to fall in love at the first sight of this 1828 three-story brick building, which forms the centerpiece of a 15-acre retreat. There's another 19th-century building, along with a motel-style log lodge dating from 1968. Many of the rooms have a fireplace or a Franklin stove, and some have private decks or terraces. The motel units boast country antiques and reproductions. A spring-fed pond has a white sand beach with toys for kids. In the restaurant, the chef
creates locally sourced New England dishes such as rabbit ragu and turkey potpie, and offers an award-winning wine list.