The property consists of two Victorian houses: one built by the well-known architect Frank Edbrooke in 1879, and the other built in 1886. The Inn is its 21st year. Innkeeper extraordinaire Tom King provides piped-in chamber music, fresh flowers, fax and wireless services. Each of the 10 double rooms in the 1879 Pierce-Tabor House is decorated with period antiques. Three rooms boast original murals: All four walls of the Aspen Room are filled with (what else?) aspen trees; the third-floor Park Room overlooks a park and has a mural depicting the view that visitors would have seen in 1879. Each of the four two-room suites in the adjacent 1886 Roberts house is dedicated to a famous artist (Norman Rockwell, Frederic Remington, John Audubon, and Alexander Calder). The suites have deep soaking tubs, and the Remington suite has a hot tub. Half of the rooms have cable television.