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Our historical Inn opened in 1925 as the Caylor Bathhouse. It was one of two bathhouses located at the
old park entrance. Fortunately the
old Caylor Bathhouse, now the Sulphur Springs Inn, still stands.
Strong sulphur water once flowed through the old bathhouse and patrons soaked in tubs under her
pavilion on endless, lazy summer days.
This old bathhouse's large well also supplied water to the
park's Bromide Pavilion, 30 foot Bromide fountain and Lilly pond
located about 200 yards away in the National Park.
Saturday evenings of summer brings the soothing sound of local
musicians playing the tunes of old time music.
Today some of the pavilion springs are dry, though there is
an interest in them flowing again some day. In some ways the healing
powers of the Bromide Pavilion springs still linger, as
Now the old bathhouse is a Bed and Breakfast Inn,
but she is still as alive and vibrant as 1925. She is of strong
design and carries herself with quiet and simple elegance. Outside
is a large covered pavilion with hammocks and Adirondack chairs:
these to wile away the budding Spring, lazy Summer and cool Fall
The interior of the Inn opens to our guest with a parlor, dining and kitchen area on the first floor. Upstairs are
seven tastefully decorated bedrooms
and a massage room to soothe the body and spirit. Adjacent to the
old bathhouse are
three cottage suites
that provide more modern accommodations.
does not stand alone, as it is
one with nature,
and as such it is a sanctuary
of peace and harmony for those who choose to stop, but for a