The Holmshaw Hotel

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The Holmshaw Hotel
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the Holmshaw Hotel (EP)

Santlerville [74, 20]

Atthill Street
(Pashenton)
Gambling Place
(Pashenton)
the Putt Building
(Pashenton)
Elgar Bank the Holmshaw Hotel (EP) Pullinger Boulevard
Willington Row a junkyard Heskins Walk

Basic Info:

  • Also known as motels.
  • 50% chance of finding wine.
  • Hotels can be barricaded normally.

The Holmshaw Hotel

Description

A modest three floor hotel with eight rooms built in 1969. It was later converted to a youth hostel that was popular with German backpackers, at which time most rooms were outfitted with pairs of single beds. After the Malton Incident the manager's private room was commandeered by survivors who discovered that she was into some pretty kinky stuff. Tragically, the rubber sheets were destroyed not long after the outbreak began.


Entry Point

History

The Holmshaw Hotel was once the headquarters and meeting point for the Santlerville-based group, the Beatbox Kids.

Barricade Policy

Should remain at very strongly barricaded (VSB)+2 as it is an entry point.

Ubpicon1.gif UBP-Compliant Barricade Plan
This location is designated to be barricaded at VSB(+2) under the Santlerville Barricade Plan.


Current Status

Currently at VSB and dead quiet. I'm talking the type of quiet that makes you wonder if your ears are working. The quiet that leaves you with that creepy feeling that something is about to happen, yet nothing ever does. That kind of quiet.(moments before a fatal shooting of 5 residents and a much loved monkey) --BLusk 00:40, 28 July 2009 (BST)

Today I went to jump to this building and it was ruined, as well as a few other buildings in the area, there are also many zombies around.--Johnzie 21:10, 23 September 2008 (BST)

Currently at EHB, so I've smashed it down a bit, but it still isn't at the required VSB++--Johnzie 02:59, 15 September 2008 (BST)

Is currently being used by Sergent Kill for a home base.



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