We have stayed in a variety of rooms at this inn in the past & been more than satisfied. Thus we looked forward to this stay & were prepared to pay the extra $43 over the nearby Hampton Inn.
Room 110 was a disappointment. The room was so small that the 2 of us had some difficulty maneuvering. There was a stain on the carpet that looked wet but was really a melted carpet. The wall-mounted glass shelf tiled forward when anything was placed on it. The bottom of the work table was too low for either of us to fit our legs under when using the supplied chair. The very narrow lazy boy chair tipped (throwing me) forward when the leg support was raised, also it was broken. The wall bracket mounted TV tilted at a downward angle inappropriate for viewing. When I tried to change the angle it groaned & appeared about to come off the wall. The lighting was dim due to the strange lamps. The I could continue but in general, my wife's comment summarized it best in our report to Barb at the desk in the morning-" the room was poorly maintained & needs quite a bit of care". Future trips will find us booking the Hampton Inn unless we got a room here of quality such as room 106.