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Overall, quite comfy. Structure a bit dated, but ok.
It was nice that there was a pool. The weather was poor so we didn't get to try it, though. This is very much a motel. The bed wasn't too bad but the toilet wasn't securely seated on the floor and would rock a little bit each time you sat down. The key to the room had to be really pushed into the lock or it didn't work properly (we had to get the guy at the front desk to help us when we first arrived).
Good price and location for the Cape. Basic accommodations.
The motel is well run by the owners, John and Melanie. Clean as a whistle. The owners are helpful, friendly and very nice. This is the place to stay while on the Cape. Their food recommendations were on target. Could not be more pleased with our stay. Can't think of a thing to complain about.
The owner John was great he helped us with planning out our stay in the Cape and gave us places we should visit which was perfect we saw a lot while we were there.
Location, grounds and personal service
The owners of the hotel were nice and really felt like they cared. For a family run hotel it was very nice and refreshing. Since I regularly stay in branded hotels, I was hesitant staying in an unbranded hotel. But they made us feel welcome, safe, and worth the money. -The WiFi password was buried in the room book (my fault - didn't find it out until the last morning, but really didn't need it). -The main switch powered the light and microwave. So when you turned it on the microwave beeped (definitely not a deal breaker).
The staff was very pleasant, everything was very clean, quite rooms. No complaints, recommended to others.
The location is good. The motel had literally one front office employee, that we had to go find at the motel diner because no one was working the front desk. My girlfriend and I showed up a few hours before check in to see if we could check in a little early, as we had to get ready for a wedding. We were told there was no way that they would be able to accommodate an early check in, as they had not even begun cleaning the rooms (this was at noon). I found this strange, as our car was one of only five in the parking lot. We were forced to book a different room at the four points next door, which allowed us to check in early, only to receive a call thirty minutes later from the Town Crier saying that we could check in early now. Both rooms were non-refundable so we ended up just having to eat the cost of the Town Crier and staying at the much nicer hotel next door. Overall a terrible experience.
Location, bike path, indoor pool access at 4 points, most of the staff was good as when I mentioned we had some (not a ton) ants they took care immediately with an organic spray that worked for the remainder of our stay and the manager was very professional and courteous. The room, bedding, towels, and bathroom were clean. Bathroom screen/window dirty and full of bugs, old tub/shower plastic shows some mildew and deterioation, but clean. Deteriorating building, outdoor steps wiggled, deck shows rot. maid never left enough towels family of four left with only 3 towels multiple nights had to go to front desk or catch her outside. Ants, but were taken care of ASAP. (BTW no outdoor flower boxes like in the photo...)