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Easy access to Heavener and cross roads. Good location. Clean room. TV's channel changer didn't work and one light was burned out. Nothing major.
Great friendly staff, helpful and pleasant even in the middle of the night. Our window lock was broken and they came out and temporarily fixed it, then early the next morning replaced it. None
Curtains made for a dark room which was great and the beds were comfortable. Needed an iron and ironing board.
The room was very clean and well appointed. The motel was advertized to have full internet connections. We assumed that was "wi-fi," with internet available in our room. This was not so. We had to go to the public library to get our e-mail, and my wife was not able to connect her laptop to the internet to teach on the second night of our stay. The management was no help at all.
Excellent value. Room was clean. Room had all the amenities I wanted, including fridge, microwave, hair dryer. a nice diner right across the street so you can walk to dinner after a long day of riding and a Sonic next door make the location convenient. No stopper in the sink (I wear contacts and am always fearful of losing a contact in sinks with no stoppers). Bed was a bit saggy. There is an active railroad about 1/4 mile away - I heard some train noises during the night.
The beds were very comfortable, and the location was very convenient for viewing the Talimena Scenic Drive. The room was very cozy, and it was nice to have a microwave and refrigerator.
Good experience No plug in the tub.
Some outside remodeling distracting
Nice room. No bathtub stopper, coffee maker didn't work, hair dryer didn't work. Bed was tall and my wife had a hard time getting into bed.
This was basic housing, clean but no frills. There were refrigerator, microwave, TV and wifi. It was very clean and quiet although on the highway. Minimal contact with staff necessary, but they were always courteous and helpful. I stayed there because of overcrowding in the town I wanted to stay in, but the drive through the National Forest twice a day was one of the highlights of the trip. Putting a king sized bed into the room made it very crowded. No pool, no breakfast. Accessible rooms apparently not available.