Named for the 200-year-old mulberry tree on the property, this beautifully restored home served as a U.S. Post Office in the mid-1800s. Accommodations include the Captain Nickerson Room and Molly's Hideaway. The first-floor Captain Nickerson Room comes complete with a four-poster canopy bed with fine linens, a sitting area with two wingback chairs, wood-burning fireplace, and a private en suite full bath with tub/shower. Furnished with an eclectic collection of antiques, Molly's Hideaway is on the second floor. It features a queen-size bed, sitting area with a settee and wing chair, and an en suite full bath.