Adjective – Quaint
(or more quaint; most quaint)
having an old-fashioned or unusual quality or appearance that is usually attractive or appealing
The fishing village was very quaint.
The writer talks about the quaint customs of the natives.
They have some quaint (=outdated) notions about how women should behave.
— quaintly adverb
The town is quaintly old-fashioned.