|The piece of furniture shown here was actually a closet where the housekeeping staff kept their supplies and even a small sink. The clothes are what was worn by the staff. The photo is a bit dark.|
|Some clothes that would have been worn during that time period-around 1891.|
|This is one of the dining tables all decked out as it would have been for an evening. They purposely chose to use mix and match china patterns for a more informal feel.|
|This room housed several of the decorative pieces used throughout the hotel. The round piece with the number 14 on it was a "garden seat". Mr. and Mrs. Plant spent a lot of time and money choosing just the right furniture for their hotel.|
|Another shot of some of the attire worn by guests.|
|The hotel boasted hot and cold running water and indoor plumbing for tubs and toilets. This is a shot of the bathroom off of the guest suites.|
|Another photo of the bathroom. The very right hand corner had a small sink. Originally the baths were done in wood planks but later changed to tiling for obvious reasons.|
I still have plenty of photos to share so I hope you will come back for part 3.