Set on a 61 hectare (150 acre) wooded estate, the inn offers that rare combination of outdoor adventure and gustatory gratification.  Within 5 to 20 minutes of the Inn there’s primo hiking, kayaking and golf; not much further are boat tours with whale watching. And if you get peckish from all of the exercise, the restaurant here is sure to satisfy. The chef is a wizard with locally sourced eats, whether they’re foraged mushrooms, line-caught trout or greens and herbs from the on-site garden. As for the digs, they’re crafted from reclaimed wood and furnished with pretty antiques, oriental carpets, and original artwork. The cottages have full kitchens and decks with views of virtually nothing but treed mountainsides. (One cottage is wheelchair accessible.)