Yes, this is an old motel, likely from pre-interstate days. Awkward steps into a tiny room, older furnishings and carpet and that old motel smell. The bathroom is adequate, with a painted shut window and not the newest towels. My generation will reminisce over the fact we stayed in places like this as kids when they were due for their first refurbish. Our parents were immigrants and were quite happy with a place like this. Heres why this place is important. The working man's family needs a bargain sometimes. I spent $155 for two rooms on July 4th weekend less than 5 miles from the park with less than a weeks notice. The park is what's important, a big family breakfast across the street at the Grantville Restaurant is important. The room is just a place to sleep and shower for us. Save your hard earned money for some Hershey swag or some Perkins on the way home. The air conditioners worked fine and there was big flatscreens in both rooms to take the focus off of the shortcomings. I brought along some Febreze as well, a very good idea. I never even met the owner, he left my credit card bill in the room and i simply signed it and left. Most of all, the kids didn't care, probably because of the beautiful sweatshirts and chocolate they bought with the money we didn't spend on the room.