B&Bs and inns
Greenville, Maine The 1917 Lodge at Moosehead Lake has nine guest rooms, all with bath and gas fireplace, most with water views. Five are in the main lodge, along with a great room, restaurant, game room, and pub; the carriage house adds four suites. The two-bedroom owner’s house features lake views and includes a staff apartment. The 7-acre property spans a field and woods. $2,495,000. Kimberly Swan, The Swan Agency Sotheby’s International Realty, (207) 288-5818
Warren, Conn. Recently renovated, this 1750 Colonial includes six guest suites, a library with fireplace, a commercial kitchen, a restaurant area, and a gym with sauna. There are two converted stone barns, one a party space and one the owner’s home, with vaulted ceilings, skylights, exposed beams, and a wall gridded with windows. The 2.47-acre lot features lawns, gardens, and mature trees. $1,995,000. Mimi Harson, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, (860) 671-1557
Urbana, Ill. Sylvia’s Irish Inn is blocks from the University of Illinois. The 1895 Queen Anne Victorian has a carved staircase, parquet floors, and crown molding; the four guest bedrooms include a master suite with vaulted ceiling and stained glass. Owners’ quarters and an extra apartment are in the carriage house. Outside are a deck, porch, patio, and landscaped grounds. $649,900. Ryan Dallas, Ryan Dallas Real Estate, (217) 351-4900
Two Rivers, Wis. Set in a fishing port on Lake Michigan, the Red Forest Bed and Breakfast Inn is also a short walk from the East Twin River. Built in 1907 and updated in 2015, the Shingle-style home has seven bedrooms, four with private bath, and features oak trim and stained-glass windows. In front are a porch and landscaped lawn, in back a garden patio and yard. $349,000. For sale by owner, (920) 793-1794
Westhampton Beach, N.Y. The 14-bedroom Grassmere Inn was built in 1885. This Victorian mansion in the center of town features large guest rooms, hardwood floors, a formal dining room, a three-bedroom owner’s apartment, a staff bedroom, and a large porch. The 1-acre property also has a three-bedroom sports loft with twin dining rooms. Guests can walk to area shops and restaurants or bike less than a mile to Atlantic Ocean beaches. $2,550,000. Adriana Jurcev, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (917) 678-6543.
Steal of the week
York, Pa. The nine-bedroom Historic York Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places as the Smyser-Bair House. Original details in the 1849 mansion include a porcelain bath set, a glass-etched gasolier, etched door hardware, and pier mirrors gilded with the first owner’s Gold Rush ore. The inn is walking distance to shops and restaurants. $329,900. Selina Robinson, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty, (717) 676-0507 ■