“An architectural and aesthetic tour de force…”
This grand structure and once former Catholic Church was de-sanctified and segregated ingeniously and imaginatively into dining and lodging spaces. Guests and dining patrons enter into a soaring space, Inn keeper Christopher Wilson salvaged nearly every piece of architectural “gewgaw" and put them to their highest and best uses. The entre allows entrée to the award winning Bistro & Bar on the first floor and an unassuming stairway to six guest chambers-cleverly named Monday through Saturday; a nod to Genesis' Creation - is necessarily utilitarian and provides mighty contrast to the flamboyant and dazzling spaces beyond. Guest chambers feature vaulted ceilings with skylights, king or queen beds, balconies, gas fireplaces, two-person ultra massage whirlpool bathtubs, climate control, television and telephones and wireless internet.