This B&B in a residential neighborhood is just a short walk from downtown. The inn consists of two period buildings: a main house (built circa 1815) and a second guesthouse built 35 years later. All rooms have king or queen-size beds, writing tables, and sofas or sitting areas, and are variously appointed with distinguished wallpapers, porcelains, antiques, love seats, four-poster or brass beds, and the like. New owners took over in 2013 and have done some updates, including unearthing antique painted floorboards in the Dashing Wave room. More good stuff: A stone path from the inn leads to a small, beautiful water garden, and the included full breakfast is a highlight. It might consist of orange thyme pancakes, “sunshine” eggs, ginger waffles, and stratas with ingredients pulled from the garden during late summer.