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An informal registration is located immediately as you enter the hotel. We invite guests to also sign our guest register. The lobby has been tastefully decorated with many of the original furnishings and includes an antique, working English organ. Across the lobby is our dining area where all three meals are served.
This cozy room just off the lobby is the perfect place to curl up on the sofa to enjoy the fire, read a favorite book, or just relax. Board games, cards and jigsaw puzzles are available, too. Set off with the original brick fireplace, the room is designed for small gatherings of friends and quiet, personal interludes. A bit of Tokeland lore: Early in the history of the hotel, Chinese immigrants brought in to work the railroads were smuggled through nearby Raymond and the favorite hiding spot was a large space behind the fireplace. (Ask your innkeeper about Charley!)
All guest rooms are on the second floor of the hotel and are furnished in a turn-of-the-century fashion. Please observe: Smoking is not allowed in the rooms or in the hallways of the second floor. Bathrooms are within steps of each room and contain all the modern conveniences. Most rooms sleep two people, but we also have two larger rooms with queen-size beds. We also have connecting rooms for families.