This small-scale Georgian Revival inn, built of brick, occupies a portion of the site of the nineteenth-century Pavilion Hotel. A central two-story portico on the north facade, overlooking the park, recalls the much larger portico of its predecessor. Given the modest resort pretensions of present-day Berkeley Springs, the size and design of the unassuming building seem just right.
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