We were in town to ride the Greenbrier Trail. We wanted to stay three nights but the "road kill festival" was going on. I was told only Saturday night was available. We stayed at The Carriage House (very nice but expensive and 8 miles away) the first two nights and went into town. The first impression was all the rules. No food in room, no maid service, wash your own dishes and put away and many more. Lots of notes stuck all over with more rules. The owner at check in was very nice but not wanting to talk very much. Several times she referred to her phone if we had question. We never saw her again until she put out breakfast promptly at 7:30. She was then gone, not to be seen again. The room was very small with a very short bed. Very small TV, and a shared bathroom in the hall. Great location in town.
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- Discover value & hospitality in a unique lodging experience. We are a popular, old-timey, small town inn with clean cozy rooms and plenty of common areas where you can relax and feel at home. Relaxed and Informal, Free Breakfast, High-speed Internet Access, American Owned Mom & Pop, In Town, Walk to Restaurants & Shops. ... more less