Constructed by merchant Andrew Kerr in 1794, this ravishing historic property has been converted into a condo-hotel hybrid, with spacious apartments featuring heart-pine floors, soaring 16-foot ceilings, brick fireplaces, modern kitchens, and new tile baths. It’s an excellent deal, especially for families and large groups (the two cheaper doubles must be booked with the two larger studios), with a superb location in the heart of the Historic District. The name reflects the building’s role as the law offices of I.H. Jacobson in the 1950s (descendants Michael and Jan Jacobson still own and operate the hotel).