perfectly affordable with pleasant staff & amenities...
Nice place, the house is georgous but breakfast was just barely ok, much better last trip. Will have to consider if this hotel is worth the extra cost next time.
It was super clean and very nice rooms. Didnt request handicapped room but my mom uses a walker, so the manager put us in one which was really wonderful. Pretty town with lots of meal choices. No dislikes!
Safe and quiet location. Easy access to the highway
I really liked the breakfast and beer selection in the sundry pantry
Good Breakfast and nice rooms. The location was near Noccalula Falls and area restaurants
Room wasn’t cleaned, only decaf coffee in room, full crowded parking lot, side doors not secured, room smelled funny. I won’t stay there again.
Very kind and friendly staff. Nice inexpensive hotel. Rooms were very clean Shops located near the hotel.
The staff was great, hotel clean. There was a lot of noise upstairs from a party, but that would have been our only complaint. The hotel was a perfect stop for our family on our way home.
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