The Red Sheaf Inn

As you enter the Red Sheaf, you notice immediately that the door which had just moments ago been slammed is now cracked from hinge to handle, and that the man you just saw is sat grumpily in the corner with a mug of foaming ale. He looks up at you, glowers for a moment, and then returns to his cups. The rest of the patrons are a rather sedentary lot. Mostly huddled around in small groups, the noise rarely coming above a chatter. All in all, this seems a highly respectable place. There is a matronly looking waitress taking people plates of food and more tankards of ale. The tables and rafters are carved intricately in delicate Celtic patterns, and there are so many kegs behind the bar you feel that an entire forest was felled just to supply them.

Rates and Goods

  • Rooms – 1gp a head. Includes breakfast, bath and room service.
  • Any mundane adventuring items the party might need. Usually reserved for traders and merchants doing the long journey between Telle and Hollybridge.
  • Riddlewood – Local ale. Brewed in the basement of the Red Sheaf itself. 1sp per tankard.
  • Meal – 5sp per person. Hot lamb and pea stew.

The Red Sheaf Inn

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