Arrived in Culpeper on a whim, and from the exterior this place looked ok. Went into lobby (9 pm) and nobody there. Eventually dialed the number from my cell and in came a woman from the adjoining Thai restaurant - she was chatting with staff there because it was so slow. OK, that's fine, and she was very pleasant checking us in. The room was on the 2nd floor, no elevator, but again, no biggie. Bathroom was clean but very spartan, no shelf or anything to put stuff on, ancient fittings and furnishings. No amenities other than soap and some squeeze paks of shampoo/conditioner. No way to adjust heating/cooling, thankfully there was a ceiling fan to keep us cool. During the night we were awakened by a loud crash and the bed sagging to the left. We were too tired to get up and try to move the bed and fix the slat, so just tried to get through the night. In the am we checked out the bed and it was not just a slipped slat but the bed's left side had actually broken, fractured like a broken leg - no wonder since it was particle board! In case you're wondering, we are big but not morbidly obese people, combined weight me and my wife about 500 lbs, so this shouldn't have happened.