And your Google prompted me to look into this place a little deeper. Immediately below is the north side of the inn. I found some interesting but grainy old pics of the place, taken from the internet, and cleaned them up as best I could. The first of these was probably taken around 100 years or so ago and shows the inn from the south or opposite side of the above pic. The old photo below shows the inn's lobby. Below is the reception area. Just beyond was the dining room. And, being an inn, it had bedrooms for the weary traveler. Finally, to put all of this into some context, below is a menu from back in the day. In looking this over, I was reminded of the time in Germany when I could get a plate of schnitzel and fries (i.e., pommes frites) for about the same price as that small sirloin (i.e. $0.75).