I gave it a "Jamestown motel" score of 4 for very good. I was even tempted to give it a "Jamestown motel" score of 5 because it's the only motel to stay at in town. Not going to wax on poetically... but it's reasonably priced, comfortable, and clean. If you're in town on business and don't want to drive to any of the (somewhat) nearby hunting lodges or drive 50 minutes to Crossville, then I recommend it.
If you're a non-smoker, then your best bet is to ask for one of the larger rooms in the newer (relatively speaking) section and ask for a room not facing the highway. That building even has a couple of upstairs apartments: a one bedroom and a two bedroom. I stayed in one of the apartments, and I'm going to stay in the other apartment in a couple of weeks when I'm back again. If you do stay in one of the two apartments, then you do have to climb a flight of stairs to get to your room.
I never had any problems with the wifi. It was fine (and better be fine the next time I come because Sprint doesn't work in Jamestown). It wasn't amazingly fast, but it was so-so 4g mobile fast.
It was clean and (being the apartment) spacious. Trust me... for the price you can't kick back in your recliner to relax and watch TV at a Holiday Inn Express. The bed was comfortable and I ended up sleeping later than I typically do when at a hotel/motel. Had a relaxing shower. Granted... the shower was designed for someone at least a foot shorter than me, but quite doable.
In one review they mentioned the carpet being dated. The carpet in the apartment didn't appear dated. And taking a brief peek at the other rooms, the rooms in the newer section looked exactly what they look like on the web site.
It was a tiny bit creepy because the door didn't have a deadbolt lock that's typical at most motels/hotels and for that matter most homes.
While on business, in these smaller towns I typically stay in moderately priced corporate chain hotels. This was a pleasant surprise.