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Reviewed 21 May 2012

Enjoyed my 3 day stay at the Cullars Inn. The staff were very accommodating. Rooms were clean and spacious with two queen beds and clean linen, with a table and microwave and fridge. Ice machine available with plenty of ice for coolers. Had a Hardee's and Huddle House next door, with a laundromat/car wash and a convenience store across street. All within easy walking distance. Room rates very affordable. Secure parking lot for your boat, places to plug up your boat charger. Next fishing trip I will stay with them again. Overall great place to stay with family or guys on a fishing trip.

Date of stay: May 2012
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6  Thank JNG_12
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Reviewed 5 April 2012

Unwilling to fork over the dough for the ridiculously-inflated lodging prices in Augusta for Masters' week, we decided to look elsewhere. Just 35 short minutes away (it's a straight shot east on Washington which goes right past Augusta National) is the Cullars Inn. Not quite sure what we were getting, but more than happy to give it a shot at $48 a night, we could not have been more surprised! Spotlessly clean, large rooms and friendly service. This place is immaculately well-maintained. The downside? If you want anything real to eat (other than Hardees or Huddle House, ugh!) bring a grill or eat in Augusta. If you like to swim, stop off at the Cherokee launch ramp midway on the drive ... Clark's Hill/Strom Thurmond is a beautiful lake. As of April 1, the motel changed hands. The new owners worked for the previous owners who retired. If they keep doing what they're doing, they should be very successful. Expect the price per night to go up $5 to $10. Still an awesome deal.

Room tip: There is a bridge being built nearby and telephone workers use the Cullars Inn. Not to mention fishermen. Probably best to go for an upstairs room. The good news is that all these people go to sleep early and seem very respectful of their noise.
Date of stay: April 2012
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6  Thank cajones
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Reviewed 9 October 2010

This was our third stay at Cullar's in Lincolnton for an outdoor event. Cullar's is a family hotel with southern charm. The checkin was friendly and efficient. The parking lot is secure and spacious - you can easily park your boat in this lot.

The room is very spacious and clean. Micro/fridge - NO coffee pot. The bedding was clean though a bit worn. The bathroom was clean. The internet is new to Cullar's so lets hope they get the problems worked out, while there we had to go to the office to use the internet. 2 floors, no elevator. TV was sufficient. Plenty of ice in the ice machines and they let you fill your ice chest. No breakfast offered.

$44 + tax per night was about right.
Hardee's next door, but there are quite a few good restaurants in town with very affordable prices. Close to many outdoor activities. If you don't want to stay on the interstate this is the best place to stay in the area.

Date of stay: October 2010
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14  Thank TXMary29
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