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All reviewsthe ownersausagedairy queenhome away from homeroom was cleangreat place to staybreakfast is servedbest westernspet areaeggsdonutsparking lothave stayed here several timesking bedchilliwaffle makeran older property
This is an older Hotel with many new upgrades and they are still upgrading . The beds are all upgraded and are a good place to crash on your way thru. They serve a very good hot breakfast bar in the morning at 5AM. They...More
Thank Darren M
Response from bwgoshen, Owner at Best Western InnResponded 5 December 2015
Hi Darren, you left out Dairy Queen, my favorite! Thank you for noticing the upgrades.
I stay at the Best Western In Goshen when im in town transporting trailers and equipment. I will sleep in my truck before I stay any where else in town.The staff is first rate and the facility is always clean.
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Room was perfect for us. Hotel is pet friendly with no addional fees. Nice walking area for the dogs. Hotel offered popcorn in the evenings and a free hot breakfast, starting at 4:00am for the early risers.
My title says it all but I would add that it is heartening to see management/ownership so proactive in the daily operations of the property.
One thing that review agencies like trip advisor does, that tends to discourage reviews, is that they insist on a...More
First the good points - the staff was friendly and helpful, the breakfast was good, and the tv was new and large. That was about all the positive pints for this hotel. The room had not been updated for many years - wall paper was...More
Hello Dixie, Scott here, hotel owner. Guests can leave their pets in a crate while they go out. As you would expect, if a pet barks enough to bother other guests, we will contact the room, and if we receive no answer, we... More
Hello Dixie, Scott here, hotel owner. Guests can leave their pets in a crate while they go out. As you would expect, if a pet barks enough to bother other guests, we will contact the room, and if we receive no answer, we will call the guest's cellphone and request they return and rejoin their lonely barking pet.