This downtown 1893 hotel on the National Register of Historic Places is well maintained by its proud owners. Although some of the guest rooms are small, all of them have simple Victorian charm. (Note that the rooms are on the second and third floors, and there is no elevator; there also is no way to control the heat in individual rooms.) The fine restaurant ($$), bar, and lounge also have Victorian furnishings, including dark-green wallpaper, antique oak tables, crystal
chandeliers, and lacy drapes. Prime rib and steaks are the specialties, and seafood and lamb are also on the menu. Dinner reservations are strongly recommended.