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Adequate place to lay your head for the night. Its greatest feature is its location and its allure of days gone by. (very popular with motorcycle riders on the Blue Ridge)
Fresh good coffee in air pots in the office in the mornings and an...More
Response from David W, Owner at Wattstull InnResponded October 20, 2015
I would like to personally apologize for the Wi-Fi inconvenience. We had in fact replaced our old system at the start of the week and but still required another AP installation to make sure service at the end of the building was absolutely the best...More
We needed a place close to a wedding venue, the same weekend at a VA Tech game - next to impossible! The Wattstull Inn was very affordable for a one-night stay. No frills, though, so it's really just a resting place. Ann at the front...More
The Wattstull Inn is our favorite Motel on our ride to Nashville or the Gulf Coast from Connecticut. We stay on the way and on the way back. This is the quintessential old school motel that we love. Clean, pet friendly, nice innkeepers with a...More
We spent the night here on our way down to Tennessee. The place is quiet and located at the top of a hill, making it very easy to find. The staff were pleasant and polite and the room was clean with a new TV and...More
Pet friendly, family owned motel. They are very friendly, laid back, and accommodating. Rooms are nice. Nothing over the top fancy, but very comfortable and clean. Pool is a gorgeous fresh water pool with an amazing view of the mountains.
Highly recommended and we would...More
I'm pretty sure they did have specific hours but definitely no life guard. It was technically closed when we were there (about 9pm I believe) but the woman at the front desk said she'd leave the lights on for us so our... More
I'm pretty sure they did have specific hours but definitely no life guard. It was technically closed when we were there (about 9pm I believe) but the woman at the front desk said she'd leave the lights on for us so our daughter could swim. I think the pool hours are somewhat negotiable...