The Field-house Inn
A large tavern in the middle of town, The Field-house Inn serves several purposes. It is the general mess-hall for the town residents. It is the location of church services and residence of the Chaplain. And it is the Town Hall and residence of the Mayor. It also has many rooms of varying size for travelers and guests. It serves four meals a day: breakfast from 4 am to 8 am, lunch from 10 am to 2 pm, dinner from 4 pm to 8 pm, and supper from 10 pm to 2 am. Along with food and lodging, The Field-house Inn also provides music, show-girls, and "other forms entertainment."
The south-facing building is a four-story English-style exposed-frame cob-house. It has a stone, half-sunk basement. The stair-porch accessed ground floor houses the tavern which is home to the bar/kitchen-counter and several small round tables with chairs. The front door opens near one end of the bar, and near the other end of the bar is the stairway leading to the first floor. The basement stair is directly below the up-going stair. The first floor is a single space that can easily be converted between a meeting hall and a mess hall. The second floor holds several rooms including the Mayor's and Chaplain's rooms, and several rooms of varying sizes. (Thanks to some Gnomish shenanigans, there is always at least one room available for the price you're willing to pay.)