It's impossible to miss this brightly colored, gingerbread house-style bed and breakfast, a stately old dame that is one of Atlanta's most photographed homes. It was built in 1890 by hardware magnate George King and is located in Inman Park, a neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The King-Keith House's interior is every bit as old-fashioned as you would expect given its Queen Anne-era architecture: There are 12-ft. ceilings and ornately carved fireplaces, and the owners decorated the various rooms to follow suit. This is an intimate stay, as there's just one suite in the main house and one detached cottage available for rent. The suite has a king bed, a private entrance from the front porch, and a sitting room with an extra twin bed. The cottage is one room, accessed by a path through a tranquil garden, complete with a fountain; the accommodation itself is very spacious and very private, with a king-size bed, sitting area, two-person Jacuzzi set up against a stained glass window, and a fireplace. Guests will find coffee delivered to their room every morning; once they're caffeinated, they can mosey on downstairs for a complete breakfast spread, which might include French toast, homemade pancakes, or eggs cooked to order. Note that there's a two-night minimum for all reservations.