We located the motel a half a mile north of the downtown Milford traffic light on route 6/209. Check-in was fast, friendly and efficient. We were delighted to have a designated parking spot next to the front porch of our assigned cabin and were even more delighted when we entered our room. It was appointed with a queen bed (extra charge), an apartment sized refrigerator, coffee maker, A/C, radiator heaters, two sitting chairs, a medium sized TV, phone, alarm clock, full bath, clothes closet, small corner writing table and chairs on the wonderful front porch. It was beautifully decorated in a "Touch of Country" motif. Most, if not all, of the units are arranged in two rows, facing a large common lawn in back of the main office. There are several picnic tables and grills available for guests to use. There was an ice machine, information rack with pamphlets about local attractions, and microwave available in a room at the back of the check-in building. The cabins are nicely insolated from road noise by the check-in building which is a short driveway off the East side of the road.
We were very impressed with the well-maintained look of the units and the overall feel of the motel facility which was established in 1945 and family owned/operated ever since. After driving into the center of town for dinner, we realized that we could have (should have) easily walked. The active downtown historic area is loaded with interesting little shops, historic buildings and restaurants. It was a beautiful late-July evening and there were lots of people eating in the many outside serving areas. We are so glad to have discovered this wonderful motel and could easily imagine staying here a week instead of only our planned two days.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Myer Country Motel where for over 68 years our standards of innkeeping excellence have been our trademark. Nestled among the Pocono Mountains of North Eastern Pennsylvania, the cottages sit on four acres with blue spruce and white pine trees lining the courtyard. The Myer Country Motel was established in 1945 by Ralph and Matilda Myer. Ralph remarried in 1952 to Audubon Winfield and they together continued to run the motel well into their 80's until their daughter, Audubon Cox, took over in 1975. She brought her energy and knack for decorating to the motel to give it a country home feel. Many people comment that this is their "home away from home". In June 1995 the third generation took over to continue the family business. Today you'll find the same warm, country friendliness that has set us apart for over 68 years. We hope you will visit us soon! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Myer Country Hotel Milford