THE EVERGREEN INN
The Inn reopened about three years ago when Conan here bought the run down old manor from a man looking to rid himself of the dilapidated burden. So, for dirt cheap, Conan bought it and fixed the place up. It's very homey and resembles your typical Irish Inn. When you first walk in, it looks like a pub. That's because it is a pub. Hey - he's an Irishman. Irishmen like their beer. But the next two floors are all rooms that can be rented. They are typically medium sized rooms with two beds and a small bathroom with a shower, toilet and sink. Breakfast is included with the room - the guests just need to haul their bums out of bed and go downstairs to get it. There is a fourth floor with larger rooms; they are built more for people to live there. They have a bedroom and a living space, and a larger bathroom. Conan has those for staff who wish to live there and for guests who are staying for an extended period of time. He lives on the fourth floor, himself.
Conan really feels as though he could run the place by himself. That's just the kind of guy he is. He really seems to take on all of the positions at one point or another, and it's just something the staff needs to get used to. The Inn is his life, and he likes to feel like he's in control of it. He's just very possessive that way.
Cook - Two positions
--- keep in mind, Conan is very possessive/neurotic about his inn. so he will be in the kitchen, and he will take over. the guy can cook.
Maids - Two positions
--- there aren't many rooms; he feels as though one maid would be enough. but he has two. quite possibly the only job he doesn't interfere with. he hates cleaning.
Bartender - One position
--- be prepared to share. Conan loves manning the bar, mostly because it lets him interact with people. he loves to have a laugh with his guests.
I would imagine that you need to be an extremely patient and tolerant person to work for Conan. But I can promise you that there will never be a dull moment, because he's a hot-headed Irish ball of fire. And don't worry about the hiring process; he really has no application. Just an interview. He's going to try and be serious and intimidating, but it just really doesn't work out that way. He just basically wants to make sure you're not a loon or anything. Because he's a big enough loon; the Inn doesn't need any more crazies running around.
Basically, if you want a job, all you need to do is walk in and ask. And bam! You're in, and you're a part of the family.