These sister properties in the center of town offer similar experiences, though Jasmine House is far more luxurious. Rooms in the Indigo Inn (an indigo warehouse built in 1850) are old but spacious, and simply furnished in period antiques (bathrooms tend to be small, however). The most compelling feature is the lush courtyard and fountain in the center of the complex, the perfect place for the complimentary afternoon wine and cheese (5–6:30pm), and breakfast (generally fruits, donuts, and hard-boiled eggs). Jasmine’s apartments are located in an 1843 Greek Revival mansion and are much bigger, and also come with breakfast and afternoon tea. The two properties are one block apart and share the same reception area in the Indigo Inn.