While traveling through West Virginia on our way home to Pennsylvania we waited too long to get off the road to find a hotel. On a very long stretch of Rte. 79 in the mountains we came upon what looked like a nice hotel up on a hill to the right. As it turned out it was the ONLY hotel on this exit. And the only restaurant(Pizza Hut) & only gas station were at the bottom of this hill. We were tired so we went in to get a room. The price was $86 and with our AAA membership it was $80. In my opinion overpriced for the accommodations! I should have had a clue when the landscaping included these two-foot tall lighted artificial "Christmas" trees around the front. The room had poor lighting unless you count the glaring fluorescent wall to wall lights above the beds with mirrors no less! No table lamps or floor lamps. The TV was an old tube style with not the best picture or reception. There was no coffee maker for a quick morning cup, no small refrigerator to store drinks or something we may have brought with us, no microwave, a very loud exhaust fan in the bathroom, walls thin enough that we could hear the people's conversation in the next room. You would think with a hotel fairly vacant for the most part that they had enough rooms available to space the occupants out in order to avoid this. The staff were very friendly but the accommodations for what looked like a relatively new building were poor and out-dated. So if you are traveling Rte.79 through WV make sure you plan your trip so that you don't have to spend a night in the Sutton/Gassaway Microtel there.