The Quail Inn was an inn located in the Isle of Kinnimoore. The Inn was also a popular watering hole for the working class of Kinnimore, and on most days, was the center of social activity on the Isle.
It was also the only place of lodging publicly available to travelers to Kinnimoore. Because vistors to Kinnimoore were so few, the Quail Inn only hosted a handful of guests a year, most of whom were customers to the Kinnimoore Broom Company. Visitors of state were not usually hosted by the Quail Inn, but were put up in Kinnimoore Castle.
The Quail Inn was owned and operated by the Casper family.