Garrison Quad Now Open

 

Radio talk show host Greg Garrison has completed construction of his beautiful log cabin on a forested hill that overlooks the Story Inn. The cabin has an eight-foot wrap-around deck with a commanding view of the Story Inn's century-old barn and field. Due to its elevated status (about 50 feet above the valley floor), it is a short but physically challenging hike from there to the General Store building, one that will take you (alternatively) past the Doc Story House or through Vera's appropriate rural garden. However, you are of course welcome to drive down to the Story Inn parking lot if you prefer, to enjoy our many amenites, dining, the tavern, and the like. In keeping with the Story Inn's tradition of appropriate rurality, its four rooms will have names, not numbers, and will possess every amenity you would expect at the Story Inn, but no phones, clocks, radios or televisions (the town will continue to have only one television, in the tavern). You may book these rooms online, as you would book any other room at the Story Inn, by visiting www.storyinn.com/accommodations. Here's a thumbnail sketch of the rooms:
 

The Gunflint. A spacious room upstairs which has walls paneled in locally-harvested cedar, natural pinewood floors, a vaulted ceiling, and an eight-foot wide wooden deck with a clear "shot" at the Story Inn's century-old barn. . Queen-sized bed, queen-sized sleeper sofa, spacious bathroom with tub and shower, mini-fridge and coffee maker. Also, Mr. Garrison's passion for fishing is much in evidence throughout.
Rate per night: Premium: $239    Peak: $229    Non-Peak: 179

 

The Brown County Tree House. A spacious room upstairs which has walls paneled in locally-harvested pine, natural pinewood floors, a vaulted ceiling, and an eight-foot wide wooden deck with a view of the forest. Queen-sized bed, queen-sized sleeper sofa, spacious bathroom with tub and shower, mini-fridge and coffee maker. The Garrison's love of that unique "Brown County" style are featured in this suite.
Rate per night: Premium: $239    Peak: $229    Non-Peak: 179

Note: the "Gunflint" and "Tree House" rooms can be connected by opening two security doors between them, in order to accommodate larger families or groups.


The Durango. A spacious room below the "Gunflint" which has walls paneled in locally-harvested pine, and a nine-foot ceiling which gives it a feel of openness, and an eight-foot wide wooden deck with a clear view of the Story Inn's century-old barn. Queen-sized bed, queen-sized sleeper sofa, spacious bathroom with tub and shower, mini-fridge and coffee maker. Mr. Garrison's view of the Second Amendment is also much in evidence, as well as the family's affiinity for the mountains, skiing, big game hunting and the grand , rugged style of Western living.
Rate per night: Premium: $219    Peak: $199    Non-Peak: $179


The Tack Room. A spacious room below the "Tree House" which has walls paneled in locally-harvested pine, a nine-foot ceiling to give it a feeling of openness, and an eight-foot wide wooden deck with a view of the forest. Queen-sized bed, queen-sized sleeper sofa, spacious bathroom with tub and shower, mini-fridge and coffee maker. No doubt here on Mr. Garrison's affection for equines.
Rate per night: Premium: $219    Peak: $199    Non-Peak: $179

Note: The "Durango" and the "Tack Room" rooms can be connected by opening two security doors between them, in order to accommodate larger families or groups.