Wolf Cove Inn

Renovations Underway at the Wolf Cove Inn Amid a Beautiful Winter Sunset

February 4th, 2014 by wolfcoveinn

Exploratory demolition has begun.  We’ve been pulling things up and down, and poking holes all around, so we can find out what lurks within this grand old Wolf Cove Inn.  Our architect, carpenter, plumber, electrician, flooring and ceiling folks need better views of what’s there to plan the details of construction.

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The carpet is up and the ceiling is down in the grande room. We can now see how to route the plumbing for the changes in the second floor bathroom.  The renovated bathroom will become the grand bath and spa for the new second floor suite that combines with the two rooms that previously shared the bath. The new suite will be called the Winter Harbor Suite.

Our buddy (and soon to be your friend) Gabby inspecting the work so far. She tells me she approves!

 

Formerly a bathroom, this will become a new kitchen in our quarters.  By having a separate kitchen from the Inn kitchen we can now present late afternoon wine, cheese and appetizer tastings.

Formerly a bathroom, this will become a new kitchen in our quarters. By having a separate kitchen from the Inn kitchen we can now present late afternoon wine, cheese and appetizer tastings.

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What was the Inn office will become a dining area. The hole in the wall lets the plumber and electrician see what’s going on with wiring and pipes. That hole will become the hallway to the new kitchen.

We were treated to a beautiful winter sunset over the frozen lake.

Tripp Lake is a frozen, winter wonderland right now.  This day we were treated to a beautiful (and chilly) sunset.

Think that Adirondack bench will be a favorite sunset cuddling spot this summer?  Kind of looks like our new logo!

Think that Adirondack bench will be a favorite sunset cuddling spot this summer? Kind of looks like our new logo!

3 thoughts on “Renovations Underway at the Wolf Cove Inn Amid a Beautiful Winter Sunset

  1. Lisa Edwards

    Congrats to you, Sue , and your husband as you begin this new venture! It’s definitely a place I would like to visit one day. Good luck with your renovations and look forward to following the blog!!!

  2. Susan

    Wow – great pictures of the work being done – thank you for sharing! We just realized that it will be a year this February 14th that we had stayed at the Inn along with my parents in the Lilac and Calla Lily suites! It was a wonderful Valentines retreat in mid-winter! Ready for a visit again (once you are open); and one of my sisters just sent both my mother and myself gift certificates for a stay at the Inn!

    1. royforsberg

      Susan, glad you like the pics! We look forward to the visits. With the renovations, we are changing names of rooms as well. Lavender (I’m thinking you meant that) is now Cadillac Mountain and Calla Lilly is now Sugarloaf Mountain.

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