A handsome, shingle-style 1890s home with a wraparound porch, the Belmont is set in a quiet residential neighborhood of unpretentious homes away from Route 1. The inn has an updated Victorian theme throughout, with handsome polished wood floors and scores of eclectic antiques and country touches such as cast-iron stoves, sleigh beds, writing desks, and wingback chairs. Downstairs, there’s an elegant common room with a fireplace alcove and built-in benches. Most rooms are on the cozy side, though the Governor Davis Suite, redesigned in 2019 by the Belmont’s mother-daughter innkeepers, has an adjacent, light-filled sitting room.