This is a nice old historical hotel from a converted boarding house (some say it was also a brothel in years gone by). The lady who runs the place was very nice and friendly. I enjoyed the historical and cowboy photos and artifacts. As an historical building, it has a creaky old wooden staircase and creaky wooden floors. The rooms are not updated but we were hoping that they would replicate days gone by so we were not unhappy at all with the accommodations. Everything was simple but functional. We enjoyed the ceiling fan in the room. The rate of $49 can't be beat.