A Victorian home dating back to 1893, the seven-room Cedar House Inn features 10-ft. ceilings and polished pine floors. Unlike many of the area's Spanish-style B&Bs, it also features old-Florida décor, which is almost as rare as a Florida native. Your day at The Cedar House begins with a two-course gourmet breakfast served on crystal and china at individual linen-lined tables. Throughout the day there are wine, port, sodas, bottled water, and fresh baked goods available. A sublime wrap-around porch and sun deck are made for lingering, but for travelers bit by the exploration bug, it's just a three-minute walk to the center of town. Rooms are small in size, but huge in charm. They're spotless, too. Many have private porches. We particularly like the Vizcayan room, with its dark wood floors and two-person tiled shower. Let innkeeper Cyndi know what you're looking for and she will go out of her way to get it to you. A game room with chess, checkers, puzzles, and board games will keep you entertained should the indoors beckon. And it will. Trust me. There's a two-night minimum on weekends.