Frog and Willow
The Frog and Willow is an Inn on the Crownway that leads from Estwald west to Seowyn’s Crossing. It is the last Inn on the Crownway, sitting about one day’s journey from the town square. It lies about one hour east of the Swandance River Bridge. The owner and proprietor is Calla Graywood who keeps a small retinue of guards, several cooks and serving maids, a gatekeeper named Grobin and a stable-lad named Parry who is exceptionally good with animals.
The Frog and Willow is not the finest Inn in the district, but it a warm, fairly secure place to sleep on the road. It offers homely comforts and decent company.