It was a dark and rustic-looking building, with stables, a muddy wagonyard, and an outhouse.
Inside the inn, the furniture was a random and mismatched selection of bought, scavenged, and roughly home-made pieces. Each room had beds, stools, and chests, and was lit by a huge storm lantern such as Chalthos had relied on as a mercenary. Another memento of his career were the paintings he'd looted from around Faerûn; one in each room provided the sole decoration.
The Immerhand Inn was Wheloon's third best inn—out of three. It was a poor quality place that provided no food or drink, do-it-yourself stabling and feeding of mounts, and patrons had to pump their own water for washing.