Clinging to the southernmost tip of the peninsula, this land parcel is part of a 17th-century grant to the owner's family. The current clapboard B&B was built in 1976 according to a Colonial-era design, with floors, doors, and cupboards from several 200-year-old James River farms reinstalled here. All guest rooms overlook small sand dunes and the Chesapeake; the backyard is actually 27 acres of private beach. Runners and bikers will find the area's long country lanes
and untrafficked paved roads a delight.