Built in 1913, the eight-room Inn on Charlotte is a newbie compared to most of its neighbors, which came along in the previous century. The rooms are done up in varying styles of antiques; seven have whirlpool tubs while the eighth has a huge double shower. Beds in all can only be described as dreamy. Mary Lily's suite is styled with a 1920s French influence and features a queen bed and a two-person Jacuzzi. One of the most requested accommodations is Marjorie K. Rawling's bungalow—no, it didn't belong to "The Yearling" author, that's just its name—with its private courtyard, electric fireplace, and two-person Jacuzzi tub/shower. And then there's breakfast. Served at 9:15am daily, a morning meal could include poached pear with almond cream sauce, followed by Belgian waffles with bananas, pecans, and a homemade praline sauce. During the day, sip lemonade from the front porch, or wine at the inn's nightly social hour. Owners Rodney, Ann, Jerry, and Ginny make guests feel like friends and family, and go above and beyond to make sure your stay is nothing short of spectacular. Make sure you don't miss breakfast here, because the innkeepers (and we) would consider that "criminal." Neither children nor pets are allowed.