We were traveling in mid-April and there were very few motels open. One we called wanted $130 for the night and when we drove by, it looked like they were doing major construction. We were about to give up and go back down the cape to find lodging when we saw this place. It seemed a little questionable so we asked to see the room. The place reminded me of the Old Faithful Lodge at Yellowstone in a way. It was built in the 1930's and had a kind of antique charm about it. She gave us a great rate - it came to $77 including the outrageous taxes. The room was small but acceptable. The bathroom (which had plastic tiles on the walls) was tiny, but manageable. The furniture was quite new and nice. The room included a fridge and internet - and a very nice breakfast. There were several places where it appeared that they served food when the place was fully operational, but I think only our "wing" was open. There was a nice gathering area with a fireplace and tables, right outside our door where they served breakfast. There were a few chips out of the paint on the baseboards and doorways where perhaps luggage had bumped, but otherwise is was well kept up. We enjoyed our stay.
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