This place was by far the most disgusting place I have ever paid to stay in. The first thing that hits you is the odor of the room when u open the door, second, all the spiderwebs on the ceiling, the rug didn't look like it was vacuumed, the counter tops, small fridge, toaster oven and microwave were filthy, I had to wash off everything off with Clorox wipes before using (note: NOT MY JOB AS A PAYING CUSTOMER). the bedding was also NOT CLEAN! Checked the bathroom that also wasn't cleaned, hair on the floor, trash in the trash can, nasty hair and mold in the tub. So yea the state of the room was atrocious to say the least. Only good thing I have to say is, the place was very quiet, that was all I liked, the silence of it all. I WILL NEVER STAY AT THE CELTIC MOTEL AGAIN. NOTHING IN THAT ROOM WAS SANITARY. NASTY!!! As a paying customer I believe that the room should at least be cleaned before ANYONE is allowed to sleep in it!!!
Staying long term due to septic issue at rental home. The only way I get clean sheets or towels is to take them to the laundromat and wash them myself. No one has vacuumed my room since a couple weeks before Christmas. Clean my own bathroom and had to buy other cleaning supplies. Had to have a friend bring her hoover over to clean the carpet. Buy my own toilet paper!!!
My wife, myself, and my son were on a late summer biking trip. We wanted to camp near Oneonta, but it had rained all day and didn't look like it would stop anytime soon. I had done some research on Trip Advisor, but found either overpriced rooms ($210 per night) or cheaper rooms with mediocre-very bad reviews. Our waitress told us that we should try the Celtic Motel. We requested one of the cottages and were very happy with our choice. For $76 including tax, the cabin included two bedrooms and a living room, a huge refrigerator, and a stove. We were able to cook in our room, which definitely saved us a lot of money. The room is definitely old, but it was fine for us. I felt very at home in our little cottage. The cottage was also quiet at night and we did not hear ant road noise. I would definitely stay in this motel again!
After a very long day of driving from Lancaster, Pa (which included back tracking) we asked siri for a close hotel. This was what came up. Advice....if you have to stay in the Motel row....keep going. $65 per night...and overcharged!!! The room smelled horrible was extremely old and worn. The pictures of the cabins look kind of cute, but they are not what we stayed in. Did have a coffee pot and a really small frig, that doubled as a night stand. The TV was at least 20 years old and would not come in, it wanted to...but alas was ghosty and static. Not even suitable for white noise. Sorry, owners....you either need to spend some effort on these or lower the price alot and warn people that they smell and are very worn. At least give the option of moving on to a different location. The front lobby of the motel also reeked of nicotine, and I don't think the windows had ever been washed. Should have been my first clue to move on down the road.
Was traveling through the area & needed a place to stay without lots of frills or expense. All other places in town were priced 2x more. Room was clean, had a kitchenette, recently renovated bathroom. Biggest drawback was the nasty musty smell. Mattress was hard, but so aren't other fancier places! Would stay here again.