We had the pleasure of staying here on a tagalong tour. We stayed in the motel cabins. At first look, they are pretty basic but the ac worked well and the beds were comfy. Breakfast next door at the corner store was terrific as were their lunches. First night was a little noisy as the locals were exceedingly merry over the road at the hotel but second night was very quiet. Talk of the town on the second night was the mysterious jolt in the afternoon. Turned out to be a 2.9 mag earthquake - not something we've ever experienced. Obviously no damage. Dinner at the hotel wasn't bad and there is plenty to check out re artists' paintings actually on internal walls.