3 of us stayed in room 3 on Saturday July 12 th 2014.
Nothing fancy, but you know instead of anything fancy, I prefer the LARGE backyard with shade trees, open sunny areas and the picnic table in back and side/front yards. I think there's a gas grill out back - for guests to use ?? Room has window in front and back (in bathroom) that overlooks backyard. Seems like backyard would be great place to send kids out to play (we dont have any) and you could watch through window. I think there was a sandbox?? Just make sure they are reasonably behaved - owner seemed to maybe be a bit fussy if something was broken or obnoxious kids disturbed other guests.
Furnishings were dated (80's/90's) but completely functional and not beat up or wobbly or anything. Desk, 2 chairs, small 2 drawer dresser/TV bedside table and 2nd 2 drawer bedside between beds. Beds were nicely firm and bedspreads unusually pretty for motel/hotel in deep red floral pattern, she said they were brand new. Owners seem to be very conscious about making sure everything works and that guests have a good stay. Ex: They keep a box of spare TV remotes in case one breaks. Ex: she asked if we would prefer a soft or firm bed and offered to show us room before we decided to stay.
Smallest motel room I've ever stayed in (a small B+B room had this one beat). Was a bit cozy for 3 adults, but we managed to make dinner (tacos of precooked chicken with all the veggie fixings chopped in room) and packed lunch for next day (sandwiches with all fixings prepped onsite too). Note;: only table/ workspace is the small desk. But we managed w/out trouble.
Our room didn't have microwave or fridge, not sure if other rooms have one? Didn't matter - we had a cooler and they offered ice. They probably would have re-froze our icepacks in their home unit fridge if we asked.
Owners (Russ and .... Jean?) are very chatty and witty. Happy to provide info like where the 'Scheers Lumberjack Show" is and where grocery stores are, hours etc. Checkout the Lumberjack show right down the road !
Abit pricey, especially considering no fridge or micro, but not pricy considering it's 'high season'. Our room was $79.
Very nice stay and I would recommend. They would get a perfect score if the rooms weren't so small. Most rooms I have stayed in have a dining room type table with a couple chairs. This room had no room for such, but we still got by fine.