My wife and I stayed here in mid-November, 2014 - I thought it would be an okay choice, considering they took $75 of my hard-earned money. Boy, was I mistaken.
For starters, we arrived at about 8:30pm on a Friday night. I parked in front of the "office" door, where there are two signs, one indicating to visit the on-site restaurant during business hours to check in, and one indicating to ring the doorbell for service. The restaurant was dark inside and out, so I decided to ring the doorbell. THREE TIMES I rang the doorbell, and there was absolutely no response. Seeing as the restaurant was closed, I decided to call the hotel's phone number from my cell phone (thank goodness I had a cell phone and there was decent cell service!), and what sounded like a grumpy man answered the phone. When I inquired on how to check in, I was told someone would be at the restaurant momentarily to get us our key. We went over to the restaurant and stood outside in the dark and cold for several minutes, waiting for some kind of sign that someone was there. Finally someone turned on the lights inside the restaurant and unlocked the door so that I could go in, pay for the hotel room, and get the key.
We get inside our room, and I would swear I've seen bigger Motel 6 rooms. There were two double beds, a combination desk/bureau, a mini-fridge and microwave, and the TV service was through Dish Network with lots of channel choices. Overall the room seemed fairly clean, but the shower head leaked profusely and had some sort of "gunk" on it. There was some of the tile missing from the bathroom floor. The bed was fair in terms of comfort.
Like some previous reviews, I would recommend spending a little more money and staying 10 miles away in Houlton. This hotel is sub-par at best and not worth your money, unfortunately.