This place was a decent place to stay for a night to rest. The rooms are big enough for my family. Don’t expect fancy appliances but the ones they have do the job.
However, be wary at eating at the restaurant for breakfast. I don’t know if it’s because of the size of our family (there were 9 of us in total), the waitresses, or (god forbid) we weren’t white, but I felt our service was subpar. I tried ordering two different items (continental breakfast or the yoghurt) from the “free breakfast” menu and told was both were “all out”. So, I decided to have what the rest of my family had, which were pancakes, and left it at that. However another couple came in later than us to eat as well and ordered there food. After my family got our pancakes, I noticed both of the items the other couple ordered was the exact same ones I was told were “all out”. Not only that, but after they brought out our pancakes, they didn’t offer syrup. We had to ask. HOWEVER, they didn’t seem to forget the syrup for another table that ordered pancakes. Also, the way the waitresses talked to the other patrons (who might I add were all white) seemed much more cordial than how they talked to us. They seemed uninterested in what we had to say or even ask. Meanwhile they were all smiles and giggles with the others. They also seemed to need to be reminded of a few of our drink orders.
Overall, we had a decent stay at this inn. Would have probably been a 4 star rating if we hadn’t had their breakfast. I hope it had nothing to do with our race and I wish it was because there was a lot of us but I couldn’t compare our treatment to any other non-white family as we were the only non-white family there. less