This 1889 inn isn't directly on the water -- but it's just a minute's walk from the Point. The main house has the flavor of an old-time boardinghouse, while outbuildings are (slightly) more modern. The place remains steadfastly old-fashioned: no credit cards accepted whatsoever, narrow hallways, some bathrooms are shared. And the halls and walls are filled with antiques, including a fine collection of old radios and phonographs. The two- and three-bedroom suites here -- one with a sun porch, one with a kitchen -- are decent choices for traveling families, and cottages and a carriage house are available by the week. But this is mostly simple sleeping, nothing fancy.