A beautifully restored Victorian next to vineyards and an orchard.
Visitors to this 1892 Queen Anne Victorian, which is listed on the National Historic Register, will be delighted by the hospitality of its British innkeepers. This one-time strawberry farm has a rich history, not to mention a resident Old English sheepdog, and guests can enjoy its bucolic atmosphere, strolling the ten acres of vineyards and grounds dappled with cedar trees. Named after a type of wine, each of the four charming guest rooms has a private bathroom. Notable features include elegant antique décor and beautiful views. Among the variety of common areas is the elegant dining room, where breakfast is served each morning. A spacious living room has a cozy fireplace and ample seating, and the parlor is perfect for relaxing in the afternoon sunshine.