You can't judge this place strictly on it's looks, or you may just pass it up. The hotel reminds me of a place out of the 1950's, but it is very well kept. The owner of the property was real nice. We had some car trouble with 1 of 2 cars driven there. It blew a head gasket and could not be moved for about 4 days. We explained the situation to the owner and explained that I would have to drive back up to Georgia to get the title to salvage the car (this was after we went out and bought another car, so we had 3 total on his lot). The owner was ok with our situation and even offered to help us in any way he can. It was a Friday night and I offered to move the truck out back so not to take up what little space he had in the lot, and the owner told me not to worry about it. I stayed here with my husband for 3 nights 4 days, and he continued to stay for the remaining week, while trying to find an apartment. We never had any issues here at all.
The rooms themselves are kept very clean as well as the bathroom. It's a little tight for 2 people but it was cozy. Not a lot of noise other than the highway, but I assume if you have a room not next to the road you probably would not hear the semi trucks rolling past every once in a while. For a Friday night it was a lot quieter than I would expect at ANY hotel. If you are looking for a basic hotel (nothing fancy) just a good night's sleep without breaking the bank, this is a great place!
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