Secrets of Strugur
The House of Three Squires
Owned and operated by Ronwald Brandyfoot, The House is an impressive structure by wayhouse standards; its stables are wide, sturdy, and well sheltered. The yard created by its palisade features a raised stage set before a collection of stumps hewn to serve as squat stools, a bonfire pit ringed with more such seating, and assorted domestic conveniences such as lines of twine for hanging one’s laundry. Finally, the House itself is a grand, rustic log structure with two full levels topped with a cupola high enough to view the surrounding forest over the palisade, and big enough to dine six, though it’s mostly used by watchmen and lovers depending on the time of day.
Famous for Ronwald’s Garlic Venison Stew and his wife’s sour beer, the inn is somewhat of an attraction in itself, and those who travel the Post Road never fail to spend at least one night there.