“Homey” is the word that comes to mind with this B&B, which has been welcoming guests since around 1948. The inn’s namesake was a cooper (barrel-maker) whose grandfather Henry Hall is credited with cultivating the first cranberry bog in 1807. The bog, behind the inn, can be visited by guests. The building is an 1857 farmhouse in a quiet residential neighborhood off Route 6A, just steps from the Cape Playhouse, Cape Cinema, and Cape Cod Museum of Art, making it an ideal base for arts lovers. Breakfast is served communally on an antique 12-foot table.