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Book your next stay with our pet-friendly Quality Inn and Suites hotel. During your visit, you will enjoy all the essentials that make traveling a great experience. Amenities include free WiFi, free hot breakfast, meeting space, a fitness center and free coffee. Guest rooms feature premium cable channels, flat-screen TVs and coffee makers. Conveniently located only a few miles of the Ten Governors Rail Trail, your stay puts you within easy distance to exciting Edgefield attractions such as the Carolina Moon Distillery, Discovery Center, Village Blacksmith, Edgefield Historic District, Edgefield County Archives and the Edgefield Advertiser. Value is king at our reasonably priced hotel in Edgefield, SC, providing you with friendly service you can always depend on while you are traveling. Plus, you can earn points toward rewards like free nights, gift cards and more with our Choice Privileges Rewards program. Pets Allowed. 15.00 USD per pet, per night. 3 pets per room.
Pros: This is small town rural america so dont expect the Ritz BUT our room was big, clean and comfortable; There are new owners and the renovation is over so reviews from a couple of years are no longer applicable; Both evening and morning guys were great.
Cons: Other reviews mention that the TV goes off every hour and that is true; just turn it back on!
Pros: Staff was extremely helpful at many points--especially the point where Ms. Patel would even allow me to email her my to-be-printed document pages when the business computer for resident was out of ink. Extremely helpful, preventing a major delay in my work later that day.
Cons: There were a few very small food particles on the staircase, apparently not vacuumed recently--but nowhere else.
Pros: The staff were amazing!
Cons: It was a lot more expensive than expected especially for one night and being in Edgefield, SC (not the best location).
Pros: The hotel was in much better condition than when we stayed there around 4 yrs ago. We will plan to stay again.
Pros: Staff very professional
Pros: The person at front desk at 3 check in was awesome the rooms were great
Cons: I was pleased with it all
Pros: Close to my location.
Cons: Very clean and peaceful
Cross Road Motel is set in Trenton, South Carolina and offers free private parking. Pine Ridge Country Club is 12 minutes' drive away, Persimmon Hill Golf Club is 19 minutes' drive away from the property, and Augusta National Golf Club is 28 minutes' drive from the motel. Each air-conditioned room comes with a flat-screen TV and private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. There is a 24-hour front desk for added convenience. The Federal Correction Institution is 9.5 km away from the motel, while the Trenton Correctional Institute is 3.5 km away. The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is 5.7 km away from Cross Road.
Cons: No facilities or restaurants nearby
Pros: Loved the bed the tv cleanest
Cons: I liked everything
Pros: Friendly. Gave me the same room from week to week. Made me feel welcome and comfortable. I will stay here every time.
Cons: There is not anything that I didn’t like
Pros: The A/C was good. Was clean but no outstanding. Bed was okay.
Cons: The place was in the middle of nowhere. No where close by to eat. Not enough plugs in room to plug in cpaps, electric items. Bed was pushed to close to wall and you scrapped the wall getting in and out of bed. Carpet needs to be replaced. Fridge did not have a freezer part.
Pros: Sheets were clean.
Cons: I booked at one rate and had to pay more than advertised. I reserved on booking.com and got a total price including taxes and fees. When I got there, the manager had left a note with a price that was higher. The lady at the desk was nice and tried to reach the manager but said she could do nothing about it. The room itself was not terrible, despite the non fitted sheets coming loose during my tossing and turning, the cockroach traps and taped together television. It was actually fairly decent, considering the original price I had booked for. Ps, bring your concealed carry.
Pros: Great people. Allowed us to stay with pets, which aren't normally allowed
Cons: In the middle of nowhere
Pros: It was under construction and the rooms were better than expected based on the outside looks
Cons: Middle of nowhere
Pros: Clean, convenient, affordable.
Pros: This I would consider a economy hotel and I was very pleased with everything. The nice lady whom was the manager was so nice. The beds were comfortable along with the pillows. It had a micro wave and small refrigerator in room also. I thought it was very quiet all the time I was there.Kudos to Cross Roads Motel. I hope to come back next year
Pros: Continental breakfast was included (pastries, fruit, coffee) was included (unadvertised). Comfortable beds.
Nestled in the center of historic Saluda, Aiken and Edgefield Counties, and the charm of Augusta, Georgia, this sprawling 3400 sq foot home built at the turn of the century stands out as as one of the most beautifully designed in an area where grand historic homes and buildings remain popular and have stood the test of time. This hand-crafted spindled ginger bread, 9 gabled home boasts architectural details incorporating 4 specific Victorian and Queen Ann styles popular in the mid 1800's. The home to be one of a kind and remains today one of the most beautiful and unique hand-crafted historic homes. The house is all one level and the large rooms flow seamless from the grand hall that runs the central length of the house. Large suites all have private baths and sitting areas each boasting a different theme. There is a large living room, dining room, resting room, fully stocked modern kitchen, glassed-in sun porch (perfect for relaxing with a great novel) and a complete wrap porch encircling the house. Cable and Internet are provide. The house is surrounded by the most beautifully crafted gardens and sits on almost 4 acres that include a pecan canopy and large open meadow. The Gables is located in the middle of 4 historic counties that boasts the best shops for antiques, local craftsman and artisans, golf, the beautiful Lake Murray, Lake Greenwood and Strom Thurmond Lake, historic homes and buildings tours, bike trails, geo-cashing sites, agro-tourism with micro farming, micro breweries, wineries, an distilleries featuring The Palmetto Moonshine, clay shooting at the Wild Turkey Federation shooting complex and access to all things equestrian including horseback riding for beginners and experts and restaurants to please every pallet including the famous Juniper's Restaurant in Ridge Springs. A visit to The Gables offers something for everyone making it an all around great vacation and get a way and time of the year. Each of the surrounding towns have festivals and events throughout the year - whether it is the great Harvest Festival for Ridge Spring in October or the Peach Tree 23 - a 40 mile yard sale spanning the entire length of Highway 23, the Johnston Peach Festival. Magnolia on the Ridge Artisans weekend or the Wonderful Weekend in Ward and the Christmas Tour of Homes, From January to December there is always something to see. Calling all horse lovers - Bring your horses to board with our friends at Magnolia Ridge while staying with us at The Gables!