This large and very lovely house, a 1914 brick-and-stucco Tudor named for its architect, is a National Historic Landmark. It is embellished with fine Arts and Crafts details, such as rich woods and fireplaces with Mercer tiles. The guest rooms are spacious and pleasant, if not overly fancy (that may be a good thing), though they are decorated with nice antiques and Stickley furniture and carpets. For a small B&B, it's equipped with lots of amenities, such as high-speed Internet access and central air-conditioning. Downstairs is a huge apartment with a dining room and an efficiency kitchen. The sunny Stickley and Lakeview rooms are my favorites.
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