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An inn since 1773, the Red Lion has hosted presidents and senators, and now is draw for tourists and families.
This 380-acre resort features a mansion built in 1894, carriage houses, and grounds designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
Six Victorian rowhouses, originally built as accommodations for mill workers, are transformed into a boutique hotel.
Built in 1906 as a Georgian Revival summer house, the B&B is a cozy hideaway with homecooked meals and stunning grounds.
This intimate 1925 Georgian Revival mansion overlooks 6 acres of lush lawns and apple trees.
While it's short on unique flavor, the hotel provides spacious and comfortable rooms and updated bathrooms.
Sleep in rooms that retain original blackboards in this converted 19th-century country schoolhouse turned B&B.
The 1770 Georgian Colonial takes guests back to a different era with original architecture and rustic bathrooms.