Melody takes her time considering the offer... for effect.
"Very well. Fourteen gold for the week, and we get a decent thick curtain, some candles and one of the tables and a chair can remain for my use during the night. We will certainly dine here each day if the food is always this good, and I will be sure to spread the word of your excellent hospitality... so long as it remains excellent, of course."
"I suppose I should have asked how much the meal costs," she adds, before reaching for her money pouch.
Melody pays up and they continue their meal. At Goldthorn's mimicry Melody looks quizzical for a moment and then says: "Ah, you want a crossbow! Of course; an excellent choice. I think we can easily stretch to that."
Once finished dining, Melody asks the woman how long they have until they get the room, and if she knows of any good reliable vendors of maps, quills, inks and parchment, clothing and weapons, particularly bows and crossbows.
If there is ample time left to kill we will go out and have another look around the area closest around the 'inn', to get a feel for the various stalls and wares on offer in the vicinity, and find a decent place to set up our tent for a reverie break. If any of the vendors recommended by the woman happen to be nearby, we'll take a look at those as well.