You might wonder at first if you have knocked on the door of a private home of some bohemian doctor or lawyer. Inside, Michael and Liz Callis are going for a farmhouse feel, with warm wooden floorboards, plenty of antiques and oriental rugs, and large bathrooms, almost all of which have tub/shower combinations. Guests get their own keys and are let loose to treat the five-level premises as their own, which includes plenty of tea, coffee, and biscuits for munching. Adding to the home-away-from-home feel, breakfasts are served in the kitchen at a communal country table where you meet your fellow guests. The food includes some fantastic pain au chocolate. Although they’re not explicitly banned, kids may not feel comfortable.