It wasn't until after we checked in that we found out (from locals) that this Comfort Inn cater mostly to people who stay one night - truckers, sales people, etc - we had checked in for 3 nights. Both my husband and I use walkers (I am more reliant on mine than he is on his); unfortunately for us, I booked this stay thru a site that told me there were accessible rooms to be had. Ours was not, and I was told by the staff that there were no accessible rooms at all at the Inn! Furthermore, the only 'ramp' available was at the curb at the front door, and our room was 2nd from the end all the way down the hall at the back of the building! Because of my walker, and my inability to stand straight, I found the room cramped, the toilet too low, and the sink too high. Naturally, there were no grab bars to be seen in the bathroom. My husband loved the bed, but it was too hard for me. All that being said, the room was very tidy and clean; the breakfasts were tasty; there were joyful snacks available in the foyer all day; the Inn was quiet; and the staff very pleasant and accommodating! I would recommend this Inn to any of my friends - who are not disabled.