This 5-star inn, a 10-minute walk from downtown, was constructed by apple mogul William Chase in 1893, and remains a head-turner for its ornate ornamentation. The sturdy Queen Anne–style building features bold pediments and pavilions adorned with balusters and elaborate Stick-style trim. Inside, it feels like you’ve wandered into a Victorian parlor. There’s dense mahogany and cherry woodwork throughout, along with exceptionally intricate ceilings. Several of the inn’s suites have fireplaces and Jacuzzis. The deluxe two-room Chase Suite (the most expensive unit), for instance, features a large sitting room with a gas fireplace, double Jacuzzi, queen-size bed, and an oak mantle. Less expensive third-floor rooms are smaller and somewhat less historical in flavor.