It was like staying in a very quaint apartment; overall we enjoyed our stay for 3 days
- First must give props to all the staff at the B&B up the mountain, and the motel. Everyone was very helpful and sweet.
- Has all the conveniences you need from home; pots, pans, cups, utensils, fridge, microwave, fridge, extra basket of towels, so you do feel right at home.
- Has a long gravel driveway; each floor has it's own parking section on the driveway.
- 5 minute walk to the main street. Also, the area is very peaceful and quiet.
- Really beautiful creek running behind the house; woke up to the sounds of softly bubbling waters every morning.
- Lots of bedroom space!
- has a great front porch to lounge around in. Very comfy rocking chairs.
- There's a weird policy of needing to leave your car license information prior to getting your key. I understand that precautions had to be made to protect the hotel in case there's excessive damage, but usually most hotels only require the credit card and will charge the card if there are issues. Not a huge deal breaker, but I'm protective of my information and it would have been nice to know ahead of time that that would have been asked of me. I will say that the front desk explained very nicely.
- There is a garbage fee if the garbage goes over the small wastebasket, and the housekeeping only comes every 3rd day. Not ideal if you get take out one night and have cartons of stuff. If you can, take the garbage down to the main road and throw it away in the street garbage.
- Breakfast had to be at the main motel down on Rt. 28, so you had to take a car every morning. The English muffin was hard, muffins were a bit stale tasting, and the coffee was not good. Better to go get breakfast in town, or somewhere else.
- No central air conditioning; have to turn on all the window air conditioning units
- If you're on the 2nd floor, the light at the top of the stairs doesn't work. Had to fumble a bit walking up it at night.