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Lots of paint gives a good first impression, but after a closer look, this is an old tired property. The grounds are unkempt, and the little check-in area and office make you wonder how clean and neat the room is going to be. Our unit...More
The Lamplighter Motel is a delightful place to stay for those who crave something other than chain hotels and motels. If I remember correctly, the buildings were originally built in the 1930s but have been carefully cared for at least in the recent future.
Very nice room, clean and cozy. Shower had great water pressure. Kitchenette with coffee and coffee pot, cpl of pots and pans and dishes. The couple that manages were very friendly, very helpful. Would definitely recommend and stay again if we evr come back this...More
We pulled into this cozy looking motel, hot, tired, and on the verge of sunstroke,( we were on motorcycles) no rooms available. The young man at the desk, took the time to call every hotel in the area for us, found us the last room...More
The appeal of these sunflower cabins is that they aren't trying to be something they're not. We stayed in #23, the elephant cabin. It was cozy, quiet, comfortable, inexpensive, and centrally located. In a town overrun with generic chain hotels, I will come back to...More
US$71 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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