If youre looking for a luxury boutique hotel experience youve come to the right place. Built in 1815, and recently renovated, the Snapdragon Inn opened its doors in 2010 for others to enjoy this quintessential brick colonial, with its white porches and prominent Main Street location. In each of the nine immaculate guest rooms youll find luxurious bedding, HD TVs and complimentary WiFi. There are also such thoughtful extras as guest guides and a selection of books edited by former owner, Maxwell Perkins, the celebrated editor who elevated Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald to fame. Each room has a marble and tile private bath including spa robes, radiant-heat floors and Loccitane bath products and in some, claw foot soaking tubs. Daily continental breakfast is served in the charming guest lounge and can be enjoyed in the dining room where the sun pours in through large colonial windows each morning after which most guests set out to explore the charming local towns. Later, wander in the adjacent Paradise Park nature preserve or curl up by the fire in the cozy library with the famous Snapdragon Inn chocolate chip cookies served daily.