The Crown and Lion

The Crown and Lion

Hours: Always Open


From the outside it looks pleasant, cozy and delightful. Sandstone bricks and wooden pillars make up most of the building’s outer structure. It’s tough to see through the closed windows, but the sounds of dancing and singing from within can be felt outside.

As you enter the tavern through the thick, wooden door, you’re welcomed by a pleasant atmosphere and laughing voices. The bartender is busy, but still manages to welcome you with a smile. It’s as charming inside as it is on the outside. Hardwood pillars support the upper floor and the decorative lights attached to them. The walls are overflowing with signatures and written messages, undoubtedly from happy customers.

Travelers seem to be the primary clientele here, which is often a good sign. Several long tables and several other smaller tables occupy the main room, one side featuring the bar and at the opposite side is a large fireplace. The upstairs of the establishments houses a series of six private rooms, and a large common area could easily support 20 guests comfortably.


Item Cost
Almond Bread and Sharp Cheese 5 cp
Boiled Crayfish and Dried Beetroot 5 cp
Rye Biscuits and Blue Cheese 5 cp
Roasted Mutton with Almond Bread and Sharp Cheese 25 cp
Braised Catfish with Saffron and Barley Biscuits 25 cp
Roasted Whitefish with Cashew Bread and Pear Pie 25 cp
Mug of Beer 10 cp
Pint of Beer 15 cp
Tankard of Mead 30 cp
Pint of Mead 55 cp
Glass of Wine 30 cp
Bottle of Wine 85 cp
Glass of Brandy 60 cp
Bottle of Brandy 1 sp, 75 cp
Glass of Whiskey 60 cp
Bottle of Whiskey 1 sp, 75 cp


Service Cost
Bath 1 sp, 50 cp
Lodging, Common Room 8 cp
Lodging, Private Room 3 sp
Wash 3 cp

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The Crown and Lion

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