Our bed & breakfast, built in 1876, is on the Register of Historic Placese. A house of many gables with decorative verge boards, applied pilasters, bay window and bracketed eaves, finished with a unique siding that simulates cut stone. The windows, doors, and interiors are all original. There are four rooms with private baths, three on the second floor, one of the first. Also on the first floor is a living room, dining room, family room and kitchen. The French country dining room is where a full hot breakfast is served to all guests. Not handicapped accessible, and smoking is permitted in certain areas. Children are welcome.