Tried to stay here on June 7th and called that evening to see if they had any rooms. They said they needed to check and called back and said they could do 2 rooms for $100 each. They said it was not like a newer hotel, but we were ok with that. We got there around 9:30 pm to find 2 cars in the parking lot, no lights on and doors locked, even thought they knew were coming. We finally did get someone to help us but when we asked to see the rooms, we decided we could not stay here.They must have cleaned the rooms for us, but one of the rooms had a fan to dry out the carpet and it looked like no updating had been done at all anywhere in the building. The smell of mildew was so strong throughout the building it was overwelming. They were clearly doing some work there as the first thing we saw as we went into the building was a huge power saw and lots of construction materials all over the outside entrance and stairwell landing. It was like a bad movie.
To be fair, we thought we were calling Walking Horse Logde in Lewisburg, so our expectations were of something different, but this was so bad we had to leave. I have never had to leave a hotel without staying, but our whole group was so thrown by the place none of us wanted to stay. I was willing to drive for hours just to be able to stay somewhere else.
I am a little bit of a hotel snob, but this was beyond bad. As we left for the next town to find anything that woud suffice, we could not help but joke that we should call it the walking dead horse hotel.
When we got to the next city, we found a Best Western with vacancies ( and lights and peopel there) and stoped there for the night. When we told the girl at the front desk of our experience, she said she didnt think that hotel was even open anymore.
I do see some reviews that are much better than mine, so maybe its a different place in the daylight, but we were not willing to stay and find out.