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  • The price of the Inn was not real expensive at $85

    • by arabgirl28
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      This hotel is on an isolated lake that allows no motorized boats. I have seen plenty of canoes on the lake and it makes for a real serene picture. The Inn is about 150 feet from the lake on the top of a small hill. It is off the main road and on a spur of a side road so it is quite secluded. The Inn is surrounded by big beautiful pine trees. When you sit outside on the chairs by the lake and the wind blows through the trees they almost sing - it is very pretty.

      The building is made of red brick and is a one story ranch type building. The front of the building has a porch circling about three quarters of the building. The porch is a dark grey and has wicker furniture with bright red cushions on them - it really


      made a nice contrast. There were also several stained and varnished round tables. One day when I got there the owners were serving ice tea and lemonade on the porch. It was really cheery.

      It is very quaint as you walk on to the porch and into the lobby. There are lots of ivy and African violets in the lobby that are on wooden stands like they used to use years ago. The violets are of all kinds of different colors - purple, pink - very pretty and very well taken care of. The lobby has hardwood floors and large overstuffed dark colored furniture with crocheted overlays on the back of the sofa and 3 chairs. There was potpouri in large containers and it made the lobby smell really nice.

      The Inn had 7 rooms and I had one of the smaller ones. My room ...


      • had a sliding glass door that open toward the lake. It also had a private “small” brick patio by the door. It had a chair and a small table with an umbrella. It was very nice to sit out there and look out at the lake and listen to the trees. The inside of the room had 2 tall windows with separate panes in the same style of the 1930’s. The curtains were heavier grey and purple striped with wooden blinds underneath. There was a dark grey carpet with multi colored dots in it. It somehow “fit” in the room although there were many different colors in the room. There was a dry sink with a bowl and pitcher - only for decoration, but very pretty. The queen size brass bed was very comfortable. It had an air mattress on it and I
        was able to adjust the firmness. There was a bronze colored comforter on the bed and it was extremely warm. The pillows were goose down and were very comfortable also. The bathroom was small with a combination tube and shower. The colors in the bathroom were dark purple walls and the grey tile floor. The person who did the decorating liked purple. The bathroom was a bit depressing - a little too dark. There was only one light above the sink and it just didn’t do it for the bath. It was also clumsy to use my curling iron and hair dryer. There were nice fluffy towels in the bath and a towel warmer.

        The price of the Inn was not real expensive at $85. There were a few things that could have been changed, but it was still a nice place to stay.



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