As you walk through the front door to The Hale House Inn, you are immediately aware that you are in a special place. Both on the right and on the left are living rooms where you can relax and meet other guests over a cool beverage or hot drink and some delicious cookies from the Inn’s kitchen.
On one side you can watch the latest afternoon soaps – game shows – sporting events on our big screen TV or play a game of backgammon. On the other side curl up in front of the fireplace and relax in thought, conversation, or with a good book.
Drift on down the hall to the library where well-stocked shelves offer an array of books and magazines. Here you can also enjoy afternoon snacks and beverages.
A gazebo and two porches invite you to relax and enjoy our garden by watching the hummingbirds or the world pass by. Often a horse-drawn carriage passes by where the history of The Hale House Inn is mentioned, including comments of its place in the 1999 Reader’s Digest article titled “The Place That Wouldn’t Die”!
The Dining Room, where you may choose to eat your gentleman’s breakfast, is also available as a meeting room with a table that will accommodate up to 12.