A days travel to the North East of Fairhaven
Nestled into a hillside next to a small river lies the Hermit’s home. Little more than a shack, the structure is rectangular in shape, with crude wooden walls supporting a thatched roof.
Inside the party are faced with a small room that comprises the entirety of the home. In one corner there is a small hearth with a pot bubbling away over the flames. In the other corner the is a bed. Though simple in it’s construction the bed is well made and look comfortable (more so than the beds back at the inn). Finally to the side of the hearth there is a small writing desk and chair.