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We've stayed here numerous times, this was our first visit since it became an independent motel - it was a Super 8 franchise forever. Not much has changed, it's always a clean, friendly, convenient pace to stay. The whole vibe of the place is set...More
This hotel was the Winterset Super 8, has had a change and is now the COVERED BRIDGE INN , Same great people, Bill Thede is still the GM. I've been staying here for over 20 years with customers for an annual Iowa pheasant hunt and...More
Driving up you may wonder why this place has good reviews. I know I did. However, the minute I met the manager I knew why. He's a great guy, very friendly & helpful. He showed me my room & helped me with my luggage. What...More
Can't say enough about how friendly and helpful all the staff were here. From carrying our luggage upstairs for us to worrying about us finding things in the area. Comfortable room and adequate breakfast. Would stay there again.
We stayed a couple of nights here to see the covered bridges. We have never stayed anywhere where the people were so friendly and helpful. Couldn't get a ground floor but the ladies helped us carry our stuff up stairs, (and we had a lot...More
They do allow pets. The couple across the hall had a small dog. He barked a lot and jumped and scratched at the door. Owners and guests not happy with that justifiably. Be respectful of others when bringing pets and leaving... More
They do allow pets. The couple across the hall had a small dog. He barked a lot and jumped and scratched at the door. Owners and guests not happy with that justifiably. Be respectful of others when bringing pets and leaving them alone in a strange place.
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"Simply tell the staff what your needs are and they will meet them. They are amazing that way!"