We pulled in here sort of late, rather than continue on to Lexington Park. It's an early '60s motel, one long wing with back to back rooms. The outside was pretty clean, fresh paint, red brick trim and old fashioned screen doors on the rooms. Our rate was $65 for two people, and while no bargain for this sort of place, it was perfectly alright.
The rooms are a decent size, and although cinderblock walls always strike me as rather grim, everything was clean. The decor was dated, but nothing was broken, stained, etc. The bathroom had the original tile and fixtures, which is always worth extra points in my book. The tub is an unusual step-down design I've only seen once before. It was sort of difficult to get the water between scalding and cold. Due to the location, there was a little bit of noise from cars using the drive through, but it was easy to drown it out with the a/c unit. There was no fridge or microwave, just a TV and a phone. The pool had closed for the season, but at 58 outside, we weren't going to use it anyway.
- Also Known As:
- Charlotte Hall Hotel Charlotte Hall