Open since June 2010, Cedar House on Sound is a former potato barn that has been transformed into a rustic, yet chic, five- bedroom bed and breakfast.
The cozy country feel of the rooms no doubt comes from crafty rebuilt architectural elements such as reusing the original wood for ceiling beams.
The five bedrooms vary in price based on size, but all contain a private bath, central air conditioning, a 32-inch flat screen TV, free wi-fi access, iPod docking station, an alarm clock and radio, keyless coded door locks and high thread-count cotton sheets.
Veterans of the hospitality industry, the Perrins know a thing or two about making breakfast in style.
No traditional scrambled eggs and toast here, folks.
Each morning begins with seasonal fresh fruit, followed by Cedar House’s signature home fries and that day’s main course. Always looking for ways to shake things up in the morning, the main event could be anything from a sizzling cast iron skillet dish, to seasonal French toast to delectable silver dollar pancakes with a twist.
They B&B serves locally grown and produced ingredients – right down to the fresh herbs picked from their on-site garden.