It was situated on its own island and comprised of several buildings including kitchens, stables, and a central hall featuring luxurious dancing chambers.
This hall had three floors, the bottom two of which were used for dancing and the top floor for sleeping. It had two entrances: one for locals and one for visitors. It was used as a meeting place for gambling or for local organizations, but become expensive to stay in, attracting wealthier visitors to the city. Ever since a devastating fire, the kitchens were in their own separate building.
Rooms for 7 gp per night for each person