This one might actually happen for me... it's in Chicago, which is about 45 minutes or so from my hometown in Illinois. I'm not sure if that makes it more or less attainable (why is it so difficult to travel close to home?), but it doesn't feel like such a pipe dream. And Longman and Eagle seems like such a lovely and comfortable and cool place to spend a night. The hotel offers six rooms and all are thoughtfully and charmingly decorated with lots of interesting, rustic details. And the best part? It's above a rather delicious looking restaurant and bar (specializing in whiskey) offering locally grown, sustainable, in-season dishes which means a menu that is constantly being updated and thought about. Why aren't all restaurants like this? It makes so much sense.
I got most of these images from their website, but also from a fellow blogger who recently visited "you have broken the internet" (ha!).
And since I adore this aesthetic, I thought I'd share a few resources to give your place a similar feel.
sources: number coasters // blue throw // desk lamp // globe bank // tree coat rack // slate whiskey // cougar bourbon // the doctor sign // crates