Spend a little more...
...and stay elsewhere. Trains, sounding their horns, as the pass nearby during the night. Transient workers with their large pickup trucks all about. Older property, in need of an overall facelift.... more
...and stay elsewhere. Trains, sounding their horns, as the pass nearby during the night. Transient workers with their large pickup trucks all about. Older property, in need of an overall facelift. Good luck. less
Scott B, Owner at Best Western Inn, responded to this review
Hello 688tk, this is Scott Baker, hotel owner. I am sorry you did not have an enjoyable stay. It is my goal to make my guests so happy they are recommending my hotel to their friends. I obviously failed with your stay. Goshen is a small industrial town in the middle of Amish Country and our friendly, hardworking, authentic people (both Amish and "English") make most of America's recreational vehicles (RVs) and lots of ambulances, buses, furniture and other things I am sure you have seen and used yourself. Our industrial history has multiple busy train tracks going through our town, one of which is 1/4 mile away and runs parallel to US 33 where all of Goshen's hotels are located. If you have never lived in an area with trains, you will notice them in Goshen. I am sorry the trains took away from your enjoyment of your visit to Goshen. If there is anything I can do for you, please let me know. If you are ever in the Goshen area again, be sure to visit one of the world's largest horse & buggy hitching shelters at the Wal-Mart just 2 miles south of my hotel, and watch out for "road apples."