Kehoe boasts a great location on a central but peaceful square. All the rooms feature wood floors and period furnishings, but it is definitely worth paying extra to get a room with access to the veranda, especially when you can take breakfast out there. Breakfasts here are delicious, with usually a choice of two wicked options (think blueberry bread pudding, pecan French toast, or lemon ricotta pancakes). Successful Irish immigrant William Kehoe built the house in 1892 after creating a fortune in the iron business.
- Frommer's Staff