The staff is the best part of this hotel. The front desk crew was extremely accommodating and friendly as could be. The hotel itself is pretty neat -- the rooms are small, the beds feel old, the A/C is wall-mounted and the floors are really uneven. It's a very comfortable hotel, but it's hard to justify the $200/night price tag. For $100/night, it would be quirky. For $200/night, it's more ratty. Would stay again if the price were lower. If not, I think I'll upgrade to the Carolina Inn or just stay off grounds next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Taking its cue from North Carolina's strong outdoors influence, the Manor feels like a sportsman's lodge. Stay a while, and you'll feel at home with a Southern sun room and lounge, and ample-sized guest rooms. It was one of Arnold Palmer's favorite spots, where he remembers visiting with his dad as a boy. ... more less