Historic. Reflections of the Arts and Crafts movement—including pictures dating back to the inn's 1905 origin—are evident in the heavily original Shaker oak-adorned dining room surrounded by hand-painted murals. The restaurant, built by E. Hubbard as an escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life, is known for its fresh sunflower seed bread and lamb chops with mustard demi-glacé. Crafters such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Gustav Stickley and Dard Hunter influenced the movement here. Rooms bear the names of such noted personalities as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Charlotte Bronte, Henry David Thoreau and Susan B. Anthony.