The Three Broomsticks Inn and Pub

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Location Details
Address: #9 Central High Street, Hogsmeade Village, Scotland, United Kingdom
Coordinates: M,3 - 9 (NE)
Owner: Owner
Type: Business & Lodging
Wealth: Poor ($) - Opulent ($$$$$)

The Three Broomsticks Pub

Despite the obvious patina of age, The Three Broomsticks has a warm, inviting ambiance. This character the pub has attained is, no doubt, thanks to the years it has been steeped in the environment of this particular village. Just one evidence of the village's influence on the pub can be seen in the dark paneling inside the building. The wood was once the outer walls of the home that housed Hogsmeade's founding family. Put to good use once again after the founding family bequeathed it to the pub, the paneling has served the pub just as well as it once served Hogsmeade's founders. The Three Broomsticks has flourished under its current proprietor and is always open and ready for a customer or visitor.
The dark wood surface of the floor glows with a polished sheen from much cleaning, and exposed ceiling rafters, which appear to be original, cross the ceiling in tidy squares. Wood tables of varying sizes litter the room, and matching chairs are scattered among them. Several secluded booths fill up the space along one wall. A flavorfully aged mahogany bar takes up most of the space near the back wall with a series of mirrors and shelves of varying heights hanging behind it. Those shelves behind the bar are lined with memorabilia depicting the life and people of the village as well as items which are special mementos to the pub's owner.

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Three Broomsticks Inn

The same dark paneling that covers the walls down in the pub serves as wainscoting in the inn's hallways, the upper half of the wall painted a buttery yellow and dotted with small scenic paintings. The dark wood surface of the floor glows with a polished sheen from much cleaning, and exposed ceiling rafters, which appear to be original, cross the ceiling in tidy squares. Four doors designed to match the wainscoting and the floor lead to each of the individual rooms for rent at the inn. Sunlight coming in through the windows lights the hallway making it feel cozy and welcoming.

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