In 1892, Edward S. Churchill commissioned the noted British architect Ernest Coxhead to create this magnificent, 10,000-square-foot Tudor mansion as a wedding present for his engaged son. Today it attracts honeymooning couples visiting the area, with romantic rooms, especially the four with fireplaces (five have whirlpool tubs and all come with a bottle of complimentary port). Guests mingle in the evening in front of a roaring fireplace in the English tavern for wine and cheese; breakfast in the mornings is a sumptuous three-course feast.