While the room's interior had been redone somewhat recently, the bathroom (with sink outside the tub/toilet) was straight out of the . . . when were pink fixtures, pink marble-lized Formica, and pink tiled floor, walls AND ceiling popular?! I agree with another poster that, while these cabins look appealing from the outside, the charm ended there. The screening on the door to our cabin was torn . . . a flyswatter was provided vs. fixing the screen? Not only were the beds very hard, both of ours made a "farting" sound whenever you sat down on them -- REALLY. How annoying is that? And the bedding, pillows and towels were extremely worn . . . in much need of being replaced. For the price paid, the "free" coffee and o.j. were hardly worth the trip down to the office.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Myer Country Motel where for over 68 years our standards of innkeeping excellence have been our trademark. Nestled among the Pocono Mountains of North Eastern Pennsylvania, the cottages sit on four acres with blue spruce and white pine trees lining the courtyard. The Myer Country Motel was established in 1945 by Ralph and Matilda Myer. Ralph remarried in 1952 to Audubon Winfield and they together continued to run the motel well into their 80's until their daughter, Audubon Cox, took over in 1975. She brought her energy and knack for decorating to the motel to give it a country home feel. Many people comment that this is their "home away from home". In June 1995 the third generation took over to continue the family business. Today you'll find the same warm, country friendliness that has set us apart for over 68 years. We hope you will visit us soon! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Myer Country Hotel Milford