Need a drink? Tired of tin rations and looking for some good food and good times? Featuring the best bagpipe player this side of the Wandering River and the best Chef to boot (that would be me!. Welcome to the Grey Stone Inn. The fire is blazing, the ale is cold and the company is always great! Come, sit, relax and enjoy a good time.
About this creation
Hey, you made it this far so thanks for looking! Any comments are always welcome. I'm pretty proud of this one. It took at least a month of on and mostly off again building. I built it with playability in mind hence why it all opens up.
This place is great! I'd definitely frequent this watering hole. I love the techniques on the outside, but it's all the detail inside that make this gem shine. The kitchen is completely awesome, although I'm not exactly sure what Dobbys sock is used for in cooking. ;) All the decorations in the bar are perfect, it feels like the real thing. Mish-mosh in a great way. I just hope the barkeep has a bottle of 18 year old Highland Park for me. CHEERS!
Thanks for all the comments. I agree, i was a little unsure on the outside walls. busy or neat? I was sort of going for a converted church feel to it which is why it's a little grandiose on 3 of the walls and kind of plain on the back one. I really should have kept it a little more simpler, but I was coming up with neat ideas and wanted to try them out. Alas as in Lego and cooking sometimes less is better. Cheers all and thanks again!
I like the interior best, because outside it seems that you could not decide whether to make it clean or busy. I like both the interesting roof and the plainer parts of the build, but together they do not come together quite right.
like it. agree with the comment below though. some very good techniques, but sometimes small builds of this size are better with a 'less is more approach'. That said, i like the windows in the roof very much, and the interior is also very good. well done, i look forward to seeing more form you! Chris