So I bought this because I need in inn outside of any town, something on the footstep of the wilderness. I needed something self-contained with a modicum of defense. I didn't actually look through the images for a while after the purchase because the game hadn't gotten to the point of needing it. Now I deeply regret this. Upon inspecting the inn layout itself, I am thoroughly impressed with the the level of detail and thought that went into this product. Just looking at the inn layout itself, it has multiple rooms that each have their own flavor: I see no copy/pasted duplicates. Looking through the rooms, you can get a sense of what is offered to the traveler; some have a hearth for warmth while the smaller (cheaper) rooms do not. Larger luxury rooms have side chambers with a table and chairs, perfect for an adventuring party to plot their next exploit away from the prying ears of the other patrons.
But what really amazed me was the inclusion other than the rooms. Privies! Both outside for the typical drunk stumbling to the outhouse and in each of the room hallways. Even the cooks have their own room and privy. On that note, the stable hand has his own room in the stable as well. But most of all, there is a bath room! NONE of my other inn maps justify how a traveler takes a bath. Not only that, but there is a little stone path from the front bar to a outer door for the bath room just so the travelers don't need to track dirt through the inn to get to it.
In addition to a meeting room, ample tables on both stories (with a balcony), plenty of stabling room, and sufficient storage rooms, the layout is also designed to be allow travelers to go from the various areas even if the common room is closed, allowing a midnight stroll through the courtyard (and the trouble that follows). All in all, this inn offers everything I could want for just a place to rest for the night to a scene for adventure hooks and a complete adventure itself. Excellent product.