European innkeepers (Sandra, Pamela, and Bernd) have infused the Little Inn on Pleasant Bay, a historic 1798 house, with a Continental sensibility and an eye toward elegance.
The rooms are done in soft sand-inspired tones, with whitewashed barn board and sea glass-colored accent pillows. Rooms are divided between the Main House, the Carriage House, and the Bay Rooms (once the paddock) and the latter have been renovated to perfection.
The Orleans inn is known for its expertly prepared and utterly delicious, bountiful, European buffet breakfast — one bite and you’ll be smitten.
Guests are welcome to sit on the lovely patios, in the bright, airy lounge rooms and to stroll through the graceful gardens. Or you can plop down in one of the seaside Adirondack chairs and stare at the water for hours. The inn was once a stop on the Underground Railroad and there’s still a deeply felt sense of history here.