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I enjoyed my stay very nice employees room was very spacious convent stores across the street if you looking to enjoy relax or just get away its a nice friendly set of people and great place for you to go.
I booked online via booking.com, they didn’t have my reservation because it “takes time to go through”. They didn’t have a king nonsmoking as I had requested but offered 2 queens. They were supposed to be nonsmoking but they couldn’t guarantee it since people break...More
This inn is very clean and appealing on the outside. Its proximity to I-26 and I-95 intersection make it necessary for people to have a comfortable bed to sleep on while on the road. No complaints about cleanliness, but the mattresses were not at all...More
Stayed there several trips from north to south. Always clean. Large flat screen TV, microwave, refrig, iron & ironing board, hair dryer. Self-serve breakfast. Homemade waffles. Good room for a food price. Good location off of 95S. Owner went out of her way to accommodate...More
The location was perfect it was 3 miles from where I was visiting on business. The rooms were very clean. Normally a non franchise hotel off the highway you would expect to be dirty and stank! This hotel has new carpet , I do not...More
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I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the... More
I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the writers all originated from the same place. Perhaps they're just all from the same region, and they have a network of folks who help each other's businesses out by writing false positive reviews. It's too bad that Tripadvisor doesn't actually send people to the hotels to verify the veracity of these statements.