B&Bs often provide insight into the personality of a neighborhood, thanks to the special architectural style of a once-private residence. At the Gaslight Inn, the style is not Victorian, as the name implies, but Craftsman, a handsome and once-ubiquitous early-20th-century Northwest style characterized by wide porches, overhanging eaves, a low pitched roofline, and handcrafted stone and woodwork. Inside this charming Capitol Hill bungalow, the doors and windows are trimmed with oak and decorated with Stickley furniture and art glass from the same era. There are eight guest bedrooms, some on the first, some of the second floor, some sharing a bathroom, others with private bathrooms, some with decks, some with fireplaces. What they all have in common is a calm, comfortable period ambience and a reasonable price. A heated outdoor pool (summer use only) adds a touch of non-Craftsman luxury.