On the third floor, the plush corridor carpet dampens the clack of footsteps, the hum of hair dryers, and the flushing of toilets. And the four bathrooms are separated from the guest rooms, the TVs are absent, and the radios small—in a phrase, the disruptive noisemakers disappear in the distant background. But some sounds are welcome. The rush of the cool evening air in your nostrils from your open window (if you wish). The gentle gurgling of Brewery Creek as it meanders along the banks of Water Street below the guest room windows. The soft hooting of a barn owl from the woods behind the Walker House. The occasional stir of a car, truck, or motorcycle from Commerce Street just to remind you that civilization is about a football field away. These sounds calm the nerves, quiet the psyche, and prepare the body and spirit to relax, rest, and rejuvenate in a deep night’s sleep.
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