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A bed-and-breakfast for business travelers with cozy comforts and a convenient downtown location.
Built in Renaissance Revival style, with Tiffany stained glass and Oriental rugs, the Inn on the Hill was first a grand family home, then apartments and legal offices before becoming a bed-and-breakfast. Room rates include private bathrooms, where guests will find jetted bathtubs and Aveda body products. Each room is furnished individually, often with boisterous colored bedspreads and carpets. The hotel is designed with business travelers in mind, offering amenities such as fax and copier services, high-speed wireless Internet and flexible check-in times; this is definitely a lodging for travelers who want somewhere comfortable to stay, but do not need to be entertained. A continental breakfast is available from 7-8 a.m. for those on the go, and full homemade hot breakfasts are served in the dining room or on the front porch from 8-10:30 a.m., depending on the weather. All breakfasts come with fresh fruit and toast or an English muffin. Fresh coffee and newspapers are available early in the morning on the main floor, and complimentary refreshments are available throughout the day.