There are few places that I have been that gave me the same feeling of timelessness. This small gem is located in an unspoiled area in the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The rooms are clean and well appointed if you are thinking of the 1950's. We LOVED the feeling that we got when we met the owner and proprieter, Mr. Rittenhouse. He is a kind person and you can feel the history of the motor lodge. Mr. Rittenhouse build this lodge with his own hands from wood that came from his father's now defunt lumber yard. He has picked out the furnishings for each room, and treats each guest with the kindness and courtesy that we all deserve. I had one of the best weekends of my life while visiting this sleepy town, and this small lodge was a big part of that experience.
I would suggest that if you are looking to stay here, you should request a room on the back of the property.