A Turning Wheel
A commoner-held freehold in the South End, originally established shortly after the wave of Irish immigration in the 1840s. Since its founding the Inn has been maintained by a family of Clurichaun and their kinain relatives.
One important oddity is that the Inn has always held to a very old tradition of guest right – anyone who partakes of bread and salt is guaranteed safety and protection while they remain in the building or until 7 days and nights have passed. There is speculation that this is due to some ban or geas laid on the Inn’s founder, but has been both a blessing and vexation to it’s owners and neighbors through the years as even the worst thugs and criminals have benefited from the protection of the hosts. Although not commonly known to the mundane population, it is still well known to the fae and commoners and nobles, seelie and unseelie have claimed guestright and protection at the Inn to the vexation or delight of others.
The mayors of the Bookends are constantly worried that some notorious criminal will hole up there and either knights or neighbors will take the place to pieces to get at them.