I stayed at the Addison for two nights while in town to attend a weekend course on Law and Administration in Building Code Enforcement at Wilkes Community College. The room was of average cleanliness, but was perfectly acceptable and comfortable in every way. I recall the carpet and HVAC system being a little funky, but, again, nothing exceptionally bad. I would've liked to park directly in front of my room, but some troglodytic construction worker with a massive truck and trailer had parked perpendicularly over about 5 spaces directly in front of the rooms.
The continental breakfast was decent, but the best thing about the Addison, for me personally, was the large yard-like area behind the motel where I could take my two dogs in the morning before heading off to class. There was also a road directly behind the hotel that went up a hill and promptly deposited you out into the countryside. I, along with my dogs, had several pleasurable walks in the area. The Addison is also just a short drive from the W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir, which has a variety of recreational activities; I utilized the hiking trails around the lake one evening following class.
I had two exceptional restaurant experiences while in Wilkesboro: Brushy Mountain BBQ for a fast, affordable lunch of southern favorites (and I was lucky and hit it on free ice cream day -- their ice cream is homemade and served out of stainless steel containers, similar to gelato), and Sixth & Main for an exceptional atmosphere and fine-dining quality food.
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