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The title says it all. We stayed here for a few night because my grandmother recently moved in with my dad and there's no room. We go to check in and it was either under my dad's name or mine. They couldn't find it until...More
I am very happy while my stay over here....
Staff is friendly and warm..
Pets are allowed....
Peaceful and quiet...
Will be back soon.....
Stayed with friends....
Enjoyed a lot...
Rooms were clean and nice.......
Thank you every one for make my stay happy....
Clean room comfy bed.. Non smoking rooms have inside doors so felt safer but did have deadbolt wish it had more than chain lock along w deadbolt. Smoking rooms 1st fl outside doors. Clean neat .. Good nights stay
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Me and my wife stayed at Days Inn Tappahannock with our dog named Suzy which is a white Maltese. Only pet friendly hotel in Tappahannock. The staff was very friendly. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Will definitely stay here in future when we will be...More
US$60 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Just how does this hotel/motel stay open? Especially when the management allows a certain percentage of guests to come up short on their weekly rent?
2 November 2015|
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Response from Dirk D | Reviewed this property |
Well, I think that's an issue between the motel and its guests, unless it somehow impacts the experience of other transient guests or residents. I suspect the presence of long-term residents says something about the local... More
Well, I think that's an issue between the motel and its guests, unless it somehow impacts the experience of other transient guests or residents. I suspect the presence of long-term residents says something about the local availability of affordable housing. It may be that the rent of some residents is subsidized.