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Reviewed March 12, 2009

We arrived at the inn at 4 pm on a Sunday afternoon. The staff had gone home but our key was waiting for us on the desk. We had booked one of the two story rooms in the "lodge". Make no mistake, this is neither an inn nor a lodge. It is a poorly maintained cheap motel.

When we got to our room, it reeked of smoke, despite the fact that the place is nominally smoke free. There was a coffee pot but no coffee, no glasses of any kind, several burned out lights and lightbulbs, a sticky paper on the nightstand and crumbs on the desk. There was only one bath towel although the reservation was clearly for two people. An empty roll of toilet paper had been left on the holder. Because there is no number you can call to get anyone to deal with problems, and staff does not arrive until 9 o'clock in the morning, I had to dry myself with two handtowels when I took a shower the next day.

We presented our list of complaints to the manager, when we finally found her and she was quite nice and promised that all problems would be remedied that day, which they were. This did not alleviate the fact that the amenities include two small bars of Dial soap, never renewed in a five day stay. No shampoo, body lotion or other articles are offered. Fortunately, I had brought my own.

We finished our business a day earlier than expected and when we went down to let the management know this, they told us that the housekeeper had called in sick and asked if we needed any paper products. We said no. When we returned to our room at 4:15, it had not been cleaned. There were, once again, no clean towels. Fortunately, there was someone cleaning the restaurant, and she was able to get us towels.

At no time were we offered any reduction in our room rate or other compensation for this very bad experience. I could go on with other complaints such as the lack of lighting in the bedroom area, the extremely uncomfortable chairs on the table upstairs, the only place to put your laptop. There is free wi-fi access and it does work well.

At this point, I cannot recommend staying in the Woodbridge Inn.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled on business
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1  Thank goingstrong60
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Reviewed December 26, 2008

Woodbridge Inn is a lovely historic Inn in northern Ga. This is my third visit. They have lodging in the top floor of their historic building, the first floor is a gourmet restaurant. The grounds are quite lovely with antique roses, exotic plantings and a lush lawn. The dining room has huge windows which overlook the grounds, you can see Sharp Top mountain which is a scared mountain to native americans and the adjoining rolling hills. We had the delight of watching a nearby family of groundhogs traverse the lawn. The bird feeders lure an abundance of birds up close near the windows.

The Inn is older and like my fathers 100 plus home, it has its creaks and groans. I enjoy the simple rooms with the big windows. (The upstairs inn is not handicapped accessible) For the great rates I think it is a extraordinary deal. They have another more modern building which features bigger rooms that include a loft space sitting area. These also have lovely views from the rooms. It is not a luxury place or high end bed and breakfast but the beauty of the landscape the comfort of the rooms and the warmth of the hosts, along with the price make this one of my favorite places. Also, it sits right of Main Street Jasper with other yummy places to eat.

  • Stayed: December 2008, travelled with family
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Thank sparklej
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Reviewed October 20, 2008

We have enjoyd the Woodbridge consistenly over the last twenty-five years. For a while we lived an hour away and spent summer holidays at the motel. Later we lived in the Jasper area and dined in the restaurant once per month. For the past year we have moved again but have returned multiple times and stayed in the Inn.

The restaurant is one of our all time favorites. Joe and Brenda Reuffert are great hosts. Joe makes the rounds every night and ensures he talks with all of the guests. His staff is very friendly, attentive, and well trained. Look for the three monthly specials on the menu which are always awesome and reasonably priced.

As for the motel, the lower floor has easy access to the pool. Depending on the day of week and time of day, the pool can be very private due to the few number of rooms in the motel. The landscaping is also very nice. Look for Joe's Koi pond.

The top floor rooms have a spiral stairwell to a loft which can be an adventure for children. All rooms have sufficient seating for two or more persons.

The Inn is very historic. The rooms are outfitted to today's standards and are convenient for one or two persons that are on the go.

The Woodbridge is not a resort but offers a great dining experience in comfortable rooms and nice landscaping.

Stayed: March 2008
Thank btbobs
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Reviewed October 13, 2008

Just returned from a 2 night stay at the Woodbridge Inn. We had no complaints. But was not as blown away by the place as other reviewers. Clean,quite,safe,pretty yards.
For travlers who stay at the Woodbridge,please note that they have 3 levels of rooms. One is on the parking lot level. Walk right in your door.The others is 1 flight of stairs down about 8-10 steps, on the steep side as well as the set going up to the top level. I would advise anyone with leg issue to may sure you request a parking lot level room.

  • Stayed: October 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank motorycle
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Reviewed May 7, 2008

We stayed here for 3 nights (Thu-Sun) to attend a nearby wedding. The wedding group had most of the rooms.

The inn has a great location in Jasper, all of "downtown" (such as it is) was walkable, several restaurants and shops were within 4 blocks - I think we ate at most all of the ones in town. A short car ride away are all the chain and fast food places you might expect but we were happy to check out the little places in town.

The inn consists of 2 buildings, the older one with the restaurant in it and some rooms upstairs - I didn't see those - and the newer building which has 12 rooms, 4 on 3 levels. The lower level rooms and the middle level have the same layout - your basic 2 beds/desk and ensuite bath - but the middle is the street/parking lot level in front and have balconies in back, the lower are ground level on the back with patios. We had room #1 on the lowest level the first night. It was very clean, there were two bottles of water for us and some granola bars. Enough towels for the three of us without asking for extra, a nice curved shower curtain in the bathroom that made the tub-shower seem larger, large comfy rocking chairs on the patio facing a grassy area and pond.

The room IS like a hotel or motel, not really "lodge-ey", it's true, but art is hanging on the walls and everything is well cared for, not drab, well-maintained. The beds were comfortable enough (on the firm side), pillows fresh and fluffy.

The next day we moved to a loft room, one of the 4 rooms on the top level. This room has a lot more charm, due to the light and layout. There is one double (or queen?) bed on the lower level, a couple of dressers, closet, bath and spiral stairs up to the upper level. That level has a second TV, a fold out loveseat (so a twin bed), a coffee table, plant and very large windows that offer a view over the treeline to the mountains.

The cleaning staff was excellent, checked if we had enough water and towels and were very flexible about when they cleaned.

My kids used the swimming pool - it too was very clean and there were lots of chaises and tables around it for sitting, the area became our gathering place as we had 15 or so people staying - too many to gather in anyone's room.

We met the owners and chatted with them several times as we ran into them cleaning the pool or tending to the restaurant or just working around the property. Friendly interesting older (German?) couple who seem to stay quite busy.

We only ate at the restaurant once, for the wedding rehearsal dinner, and that was a prearranged limited menu sort of thing. However, it was very good, at least the chicken cordon bleu I had and the strudel dessert. The restaurant is not open for breakfast and only occasionally for lunch and isn't cheap by Jasper standards. But as I said, there are plenty of options in town (except on Sunday - that day you'll need a car to go to the chain restaurants, the town is totally closed).

One night the restaurant stayed open late for us to have some wine on their porch - we showed up as they were probably trying to close (no one else was there) but they welcomed us and did not rush us at all.

I found it overall quite charming and definitely friendly. I imagine the rooms in the older part of the inn are more "authentic inn" feeling, but we were happy, especially with the loft.

  • Stayed: May 2008, travelled on business
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