stayed here for 1 of 2 nights booked...was able to enjoy Burney...gamble across the street and "win" enough to pay for dinner...after dark...not many food or entertainment choices...good luck do your research
I so wanted to give advice to these owners as they are nice but don't seem to understand how to run a hotel. So many simple things could be nicer and cleaner. Most people I know would not have stayed at this hotel, I'm not as picky. The bed was clean but the shower door was…
I made reservations in advance based upon the 3.5 star rating. I showed up today and the room had FILTHY carpet, the towels in the bathroom looked like they were rags that had been used to clean the feet of an elephant. The beds were probably near as old as I am. The internet…
I'd avoid this place unless there are no other hotels with vacancies or you need to save the $15 required to get a nicer room in Burney. Rundown, funky and not too clean. On the plus side good internet, safe, easy parking and cheap.
When we arrived in Burney, we stopped at each motel along the main street to check prices and room quality. All are old-fashioned motels with small, simply furnished rooms, and prices began at $75 and went to $99. We drove on through town, saw the Sleepy Hollow Lodge and…
"Inspect the room before committing"
"Check out the Burney Motel. Very nice."
"There is a single row of perhaps a dozen rooms, all similar."
"There are 3 double rooms at the very end of the motel, far from the road with plenty of room for the kids."
"Keep driving, try another hotel!"