Given the fondness of adventuring parties to visit them, a good selection of tavern maps is an essential part of any DM's tookit, and this is a particularly versatile one.
This mapset is modular, with the individual sections showing a pure bar area, a tavern (taproom and accommodation), a block of rooms and stables. These can be arranged to create an establishment of size and shape to meet your needs. To make it even more useful, there are additional sections of streets to arrange around an urban tavern, or to use on their own. Suggested arrangements include an alley behind the inn (into which unruly characters might be tossed!) and a maze of narrow streets for an exhilarating foot chase... which might end in a tap room, chases do work up a thirst after all!
The actual maps are very clear, almost photorealistic with excellent detail. The accommodation block includes three individual privies, and there's an outhouse near the stable block as well. Streets are cobbled, most floors are planked wood. The tap room and accommodation areas are supplied with appropriate furniture - beds, chairs, benches, tables and so on - but the 'streets' portions include some empty buildings, mostly single-room, which you can use as you wish.
Everything comes in a range of options. You have a choice of squares, hexes or no grid at all. Then you can choose large JPEGs, suitable for a virtual table top and which can also be edited in a graphics package should you have need, or printable PDFs where you will then have to assemble the sections, never mind the whole layout.