Flowery Branch Resort

Nestled at the base of the Druadach Mountains, this former adventurer’s home has been converted into an all-inclusive getaway for anyone looking to leave their dreary lives. With space for up to 12 guests, this resort has space and experiences for everyone. Guests will love the eponymous Flowery Branch, and ever-flowering tree said to have been blessed by Dibella, delight in our extensive collection and library, and marvel at our game room stocked with every game known to mer and man.

Mountain Archives

Nestled in a mountain, the Temple Mount has been recovered and refurbished from its ruined status and turned into a lovely retreat and event space by a retired adventurer. In the heart of the mountain is a library and archive space complete with garden and trophies from world history. The branching paths lead to a ceremony space, the Dragon Ballroom, and the Archivist’s Residence.

Moonlit Hall

A traditional nordic mountain chalet turned khajiiti guild hall. It provides a suitable environment for Khajiit roleplay with sizeable indoor and outdoor real estate: a huge nordic-styled main hall with “a pinch of moon-sugar and the uncanny warm touch of the southern sands”, tavern/bar, lounge/skooma den, shrine, office/library with meeting table, ample dormitory, hot springs pool and river, theatre, arena, workshop and other amenities.

Agea Mora

Hotel Agea Mora is a cozy little estate on the northeastern banks of the Odai River in Balmora. Despite it being more of a hostel than a hotel, Agea Mora is currently open to guests from Morrowind and from lands beyond our ashen borders. Really anyone who wishes to relax by the pool, have a drink in the tavern, or maybe even have find some peace within the library is welcome to Hotel Agea Mora. Requests for reservations can also be made for the various offerings and rooms within the estate.

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