The Inn by the Beach

Location

  • sheltered by the cliffs, not far from the coast

Description

  • The inn is a large, U-shaped stone building,
    with unusually high ceilings.

  • Special accommodations consist of several cots in the stables.
  • The inn is widely known for the fine stables with experienced grooms.
  • The common room is warmly glowing with oil-soaked torches lining the walls and pillars of the main floor.
  • Other services include:
    • horse grooming
    • private investigation
    • armor polishing
  • Hirelings available:
    • lieutenant
    • torchbearer
  • Color scheme:
    Selective Yellow Chartreuse Medium Salmon

Staff

Innkeeper: Wylie

male halfling, who is a little competitive and often complex, and who seems extremely comfortable

Menu

  • smoked goose served with dark peasant bread; goblet of coffee
  • dried out shellfish with greens dressed with bananas; flagon of brandy
  • baked beef and lamb served with linguini noodles; mug of cider
  • sunflower seed and great northern bean soup served with goose egg omelette; horn of whiskey; candied white grapefruits with beet sugar
  • sauteed wild mushrooms with beechnuts sauce & demi-glace; goblet of goat’s milk; sweetbread
  • leftover beef served with red kidney beans; horn of cider
  • Specialty drink: Old Number Nine

Rumors

  • Primitive heathens are throwing parties in the woods.
  • Thieves broke in to a wealthy merchants shop, but apparently didn’t take anything.
  • There will be a ceremony at field marking the dedication of a new enormous monument to warped melcana, protector of silence commemorating Page Marinus Anholts

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • burly and one-armed half-orc
  • Being a wererat gives the halfling exterminator an uncanny insight into his job.
  • a few legionnaires arguing
  • a little bald adolescent vendor of weapons (heavy crossbow)

Valuables:

  • 47 platinum coins, in neat stacks

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