Water Street Inn
The Water Street Inn & Charlie's Restaurant, which was originally built in the late 19th century as the Lumber Exchange Building, aims to preserve the legacy of the area's industrial pioneers with its faithful restoration of the building's Victorian architecture and artwork. Intricately carved wooden trim and filigree wallpaper run throughout the 41 rooms, and the lobby's original tin ceiling reflects glints of lamplight after being covered in layers of plaster for decades.
In the on-site Irish Pub, barkeeps set pint glasses onto a handcrafted wooden bar that once stood as the counter in the building's original post office. The elaborate dining room hosts breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus with a full list of award-winning, international wines. High ceilings and ornate dining sets in the banquet room add a dash of elegance to wedding dinners. A patio with views of the river makes an inspiring stage for traditional wedding activities such as bobbing for cake.