The inn's symmetrical exterior displays a frontier interpretation of the Greek Revival style, seen in the broad verandas and symmetrical facade and floor plan. Side lights and a cornice frame the central entrance. The eaves of the gable roof spread at the ends to cover full-length, two-story verandas front and back, articulated by square piers on each floor. The two-and-one-half-story, wood-frame building stands west of the log cabin.
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