History buffs love this place because it's located between the United States' allegedly two oldest streets. Food fans love it because of the breakfast, that some say is Food Network-quality. Innkeepers Anthony and Marilyn Sexton could quit their day jobs and just open a breakfast restaurant, but thankfully they manage to fuse food with fantastic hospitality at this 1895 charmer. There are five rooms in the main house and six in the carriage house, each tastefully touched up with American country antiques. All have private baths and some include double Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, and private porches. The B&B's newest room, The Sea Mist, is tiny, but dolled up with an ocean theme and an antique iron queen bed. Speaking of the ocean, local trolleys pull up here to take you to the beach. Make sure to buy discounted trolley tickets at the inn.