My husband and I stayed for one night at the Old Stone Inn. The Inn is tucked away off the main drag, but is still within walking distance to shops and restaurants (a little less than a mile's walk). I was happy that we were allowed to check-in a couple hours early, so it was nice of them to let us unpack before heading into the quaint downtown area. We were in one of the Oak Terrace rooms (the smallest room offered) and it was perfectly fine for one night. The bathroom was itsy bitsy, so if you're staying more than one night, you may want to get a different type of room because I think it would get a little tedious sharing such a small space for more than one night. The bed was comfortable and we didn't have trouble with noise until the following morning. The walls between rooms seem to be pretty thin and we could hear our neighbor's conversation. The inside of the rooms were made of stone and wood (wood beams in the ceiling) so it was very cozy and intimate. We did not have a problem with cleanliness that I've seen in other reviews, but we always wipe everything down with Clorox wipes whenever we check into a place, even if it's the Ritz. Overall, this was a pleasant stay. Breakfast was included in the price and they gave us a huge amount of food (eggs, bacon, potatoes, toast and the best coffee around!). If we are passing through Waynesville again, we'll probably stay here again. It's a decent stay for a decent price.
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