I picked it because of the location. The North Georgia Zoo and Babyland General were literally minutes away. We stayed in the honeymoon suite for $10 more, it's a large carpeted room with quilts and a full-size bed. There was lots of seating, lamps and a sitting area with a TV, alarm clock etc. The bathroom is connected and there's even a night light and a cabinet for your toiletries. No kids or pets are allowed. It was quiet and comfortable. It was built in 1984 and we only saw one other guest/tenant while we were there. There's a large breakfast area and a living room but the couch was normally occupied. The breakfast the first day wasn't great. The hubby said the pancakes tasted like they were reheated. The second day, I ordered toast and eggs which were sublime. We also got juice, bacon (or sausage), coffee or tea. You can check in around noon and checkout is at 11 which is convenient. Although it wasn't modern, it was cozy and about the price of a motel. The best part is that when I left my shoes, they offered to mail them to me. Who does that anymore? There are restaurants in close proximity but I would drive a little further to the Yonah Burger or Cleveland Pharmacy. If you're coming from Atlanta, stop by the Tomato House on your way in to pick up local fruits and honey to snack on. Detour to the Amicalola Falls and the North Georgia Premium Outlets on your way home.
Pros: Hospitality, clean, comfortable bed, wifi, cable, quiet, convenient location.
Cons: No window in the room.
I would definitely stay there again!