Logan Square’s meaty gastropub Longman & Eagle has gotten off to a strong start, picking up a perhaps-surprising Michelin star, and now its second-floor inn, designed by Cody Hudson and featuring the woodwork of Robert McAdams, is set to open Wednesday.

I’ve actually been more excited about the inn than the restaurant (which I haven’t made it to yet), even though I live here—I really, really like hotels, and a pleasant, affordable boutique inn would be a nice addition in a city that seems to lack them. My favorite of all time is the singular Hotel des Arts in San Francisco, which features surprisingly inexpensive suites elaborately designed by individual artists. I also enjoyed The Jane on a recent trip to New York, a small Village hotel meant to reflect the trappings of early-20th-century rail and sea travel.

Here’s a peek at Longman & Eagle’s rooms, with photographs by Clayton Hauck: