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All reviewsno elevatorfire pitrustic feelcontinental breakfastan older hotelgreat place to stayice machineclean roomsfirst floorclose to downtownnight staythe room was nicegreat weekendlog cabinsmall townyogurtdefinitely stay here again
Nice place for the cost and good folks working up front. The rooms are of a decent size and very clean, always a plus in my book. Great, powerful shower head, good pillows and once again, clean. My wife loved the look and feel of...More
There are enough things to do in this small town to keep you busy for a weekend. The lodge is not far from the downtown area and everything I had planned to do ended up being just a 5 minute drive away (serenity spa, blue...More
If you are looking for a hotel that is low priced but clean, this hotel might be good for you. The walls are pretty thin, so there is a little extra noise at times and some of the parts of the hotel seem a bit...More
A follow up to Billing Nightmare stay in September: Six months later, no resolution. The inn overcharged me on the wrong credit card and even though I had a folio issued by the inn for the correct credit card, I was not able to get...More
Stayed 3 nights at this wonderful little place in the friendliest town in Georgia. The room was tidy, clean and had the warm touches of a cabin. The continental breakfast was ok, but as reported by others there’s very little room to sit and eat...More
Response from Georgia N | Property representative |
Hello. We serve a basic continental breakfast here at the Reid Ridge Lodge, which consists of muffins, bagels, waffles (L'ego Eggo), cereals, oatmeal, grits, yogurt, fresh fruit, milk, apple/orange juices, plus we always... More
Hello. We serve a basic continental breakfast here at the Reid Ridge Lodge, which consists of muffins, bagels, waffles (L'ego Eggo), cereals, oatmeal, grits, yogurt, fresh fruit, milk, apple/orange juices, plus we always have coffee. We like to keep our breakfast light, as we choose to support our local businesses. So, if you're looking for something a little more substantial than what we offer, we can highly recommend several local (and really good) establishments, to satisfy your breakfast needs.