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“In keeping with the inn's origins, all rooms are named and colored for spices.”
“Mr. Werner says that so far the B&B is just moderately profitable, and Mr. Finlay still works as a computer programmer to earn money that's needed during the inn's slow winter months.”
“He's also finding gratification in planning the remodeling of his inn's six bedrooms, each with the theme of a famous author.”
“In barely five minutes, a third of the priests were down, their lifeblood staining the inn's floor.”
“But now dog owners are accusing the inn's manager of negligence after he threw a party that really went to the dogs.”
“They bring their Dobermans, Shar Peis and Laberdoodles to lounge in the hotel's lobby and swim in the inn's special doggie pool.”
“Matthew Hranek for The Wall Street Journal LIGHT WINES, LIGHT HEARTS | Carey Lowell and Richard Gere at one of their inn's restaurants Although Richard Gere has starred in more than 50 movies over the past several decades and uttered at least a million different lines, when it comes to buying wine he uses the same few phrases over and over and over again.”
“Mr. Edwards, a 30-year-old Torrington resident, related the common story about the Yankee Pedlar, namely that it is haunted by the spirit of Alice Conley , the widow of the inn's Irish immigrant founder, Frank Conley—specifically Room 353, where she is rumored to have died, and where the climactic scene of "The Innkeepers" is staged.”
“Just a few steps away from the inn's entrance is the ocean, and, in classic Maine style, fog rolls in creating a sense of being "at sea.”
“The Sanderling Inn's Lifesaving Station restaurant (252-449-6654), in a restored 1899 sea-rescue building, is more casual and less costly than the inn's other restaurants.”
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