Great hotel in a small town. Warm and welcoming! Christy was amazingly helpful! Nice breakfast, cold and hot bar, clean & small pool, small gym with modern equipment.Small laundry facility on site. Very pet friendly! Two outdoor patios with grills. Nice area to take a walk. Awesome seafood restaurant next door! Huge portions and delicious peanut butter pie!
Don’t expect a lot here but no big complaints. Roomy room and comfortable bed. Large tv in room with limited good channels to watch. Fridge and coffee maker in room. Hot water was very slow to get flowing so give it a head start. Rooms seem damp and everyone in my group of 15 staying here said the same about their rooms and damp rid boxes in every room. Breakfast consists of waffles makers, sausage gravy and biscuits, eggs, sausage links, bagels, muffins, cereal. Excellent coffee and very hot.
Traveling for business and the hotel that was closer to the venue that was reserved was a horrifying experience… a family member recommended this place and though it was a great distance, it was absolutely worth the drive. It sits in a serene spot away from traffic and it should be considered a safe haven. What a beautiful room with excellent décor. The rooms were most satisfying; a very nice breakfast… gotta go back there. I checked in late night and the gentleman was really kind… thanks a bunch!
What a gem of a hotel we found in this little town. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Rooms are large and immaculate! They have microwaves and fridges. Breakfast and coffee could have been better, but there’s a great seafood restaurant right next door as well as a golf course. If you’re planning a trip to St Mark’s NWR and need a place to stay, look no further!!
Apparently, management cares more about their crappy holidays decorations over the safety of their guests by insisting on having electical cords running across the sidewalks. We unplugged one cord before going to dinner nearby only to have it restrung across the sidewalk that you have to use to get into the hotel an hour later.
Both Danielle and Kristy, working the front desk, went out of their way to accommodate my needs during my recent one- night stay. I commend them both for their professionalism. The hotel is a great value. One item of note, however, is although the hotel advertises itself as an "eco-lodge" I did not see any recycling bins, and, small plastic bottles of shampoo are still placed in guests' bathrooms.
The gentleman at the front desk was really nice. The room was overwhelmingly SMELLY like a sweet and URINE smell. I found one pillow that was disgusting...it was so stained. The humidity in the room was uncomfortable even with the air conditioning and the floor felt damp. I believe that might have been where the smell was coming from.
Very nice hotel with a nice outdoor covered seating area . Front office was very nice and helpful. Our room was clean and a good size. Very tall ceilings in room. Good selection of soaps , shampoo and lotion. Free breakfast was stock full. Eggs, sausage , waffles, fruit, yogurt, cereal and all the other breakfast foods. Most importantly is they are pet friendly! :)
Wendy at the front desk was very personable and helpful. Hotel is clean and updated. The blinds need dusting and some re do of some chalking but otherwise a nice hotel for the money. We loved that there is a great local resultant literally across the parking lot called the Seinyard. This is their 3rd location. The first was in Panacea and have eaten at every location for years and years. It is my local family’s fav place to eat. Back to the hotel. We booked via Expedia and had no issues with check in. The larger than usual hotel fridge was on when we arrived in the room which was great. You will be 17 min from Shell Point and Mashes Sands. Breakfast is served 6-9 AM.
The rooms were fine, chosen because this was a pet friendly hotel. The staff, especially Sanjay Patel, made the check in as difficult as possible. I had booked two rooms a month i n advance. My husband, me and the dog; and a room for my handicapped sister-in-law and niece. Sanjay had no trouble taking money from the rooms, but insisted my husband had to sign in for all us women. "The husband must sign! The husband must sign!" Then he looked at me and said "You should know this." Then, the next morning as were were leaving he told my niece that "the man in your room lefty at four o'clock this morning" I don';t know if it was an attempt to hijack into paying for a non existent third person in the room or if he was just a nasty old man. DON'T STAY HERE. There is a Best Western right down the street…