Clean and comfortable room, but some issues. Great breakfast. Good COVID practices
Quick summary: the room itself was clean and comfortable. Mae gave us a great complimentary breakfast. Safe COVID practices.
We stayed here while touring the Natchez Trace. Room 306 has two comfy queen beds, lots of pillows, and a just-right comforter. Good storage in the 3-drawer unit and closet. Separate bar area allowed you to spread out.
Many of the amenities we expect of a well-run BW (we are fans of the chain, and stay at many:) in-room coffee maker, lots of plugs for the devices, good lighting, iron/board. No in-room safe, which seems to be disappearing from BW's.
Spacious, fresh bathroom with stone top vanity. Combo tub/shower. Shampoo and conditioner provided.
Nice public rooms and there is a pool (we didn't use.)
Friendly, professional staff. Rely on them for advice about restaurants, directions, etc.
Mae in breakfast area provides a GREAT grab-and-go breakfast, even during COVID (although you can sit in the dining area.) Omelette, pile of crispy bacon, delish bisquit, blueberry muffin. You can also serve yourself some items like fresh fruit and yogurt. God bless her -- she has REAL half-and-half for the coffee, not the powder creamer. Admittedly, we like stronger coffee, but that is typical of most BW's we've stayed at.
Due diligence: the wifi was slow and dropped out from time to time, and was not secure (the latter often the case in hotels). Housekeeping also needs to get the in-room coffee maker a coffee pan that fits. Mae's breakfast made up for these shortcomings (especially the bad wifi) that normally I would mark down more seriously.
Staff exhibited good COVID safety procedures throughout.
So -- I'd be happy to stay here again, but forewarned aobut the wifi situation. less