“Limited” in railroad jargon meant “the best” and our salute to lavender (Sequim is the “Lavender Capital of America”) lives up to its name. The front area has a queen bed is framed by a wall tapestry with wall mounted flat screen TV, DVD/CD surround sound system with a selection of lavender/romantic themed movies and mini refrigerator . The gas fireplace keeps the place warm and cozy. The center cupola is left intact with covered, high backed conductor chairs with closets underneath them. In the back area there is a pedestal sink and toilet room along with a two person whirlpool bath is set below a mural of a lavender field with water coming out of an antique hand pump. (But no pumping required).