At first glance the place seems nice, but once I laid down for my "Knight's Rest" my ears were ringing so loud I couldn't get to sleep. I took some melitonin and was stark awake four hours later.
After washing all the bedding myself, I found out from the owner the last people who stayed in the room had a cat and that the housekeeper had neglected to wash the comforter and pillow cases when they left. They were here for eight months according to the housekeeper, who was VERY upset that I complained about the room.
Don't walk in the grass around here. There's at least two giant dogs that the owners just let out the door to do their business. The housekeeper has doggie-doo bags available, but that's apparently too high-class for these dog owners.
In addition to the repulsive animal effluence everywhere, there is a pregnant woman staying here who only ever leaves her room to sit on the porch and smoke cigarettes.
The place may have been redone, but it's still a dump that hasn't had a thorough cleaning since it was a conifer forest. It might cost more to stay somewhere else, but you'll spend the difference on benadryll, laundry detergent and laundry-mat expenses to stay here.