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We stoped at this little hotel for breakfast and we really could not complain.the food was hot and the service was good.The decor was really dated but the owner was trying to make a go of a little cafe.
I stay here and love it as I've got my room, the restaurant, the lounge, and fresh towels each n every single day :) if you need to come to my town, do come visit the Vulcan country hotel as I did and haven't left...More
This has to be the oddest hotel I have stayed at. The is no reception desk. You have to get the key from the Bar so if you have kids they have to wait outside during check in. The separate entrance to the hotel while...More
We made a reservation and it was closed and no one was there when we showed up. They charged us anyway. There is no way to contact them and now we are out of money and had to pay another place nearby to stay. STAY...More
Paid $65 for small 11x7' room with 1 double bed, themed 'The John Deere' room. It's kitschy for a 100 year old hotel. Steeped in history, it's pretty cool to learn its history and walk the halls and stay in the rooms of a place...More
$55 - $57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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