Motel isn’t anything fancy but it was quite comfortable and we would stay here again. Nick, the owner, was sitting on his porch when we pulled in. Was hospitable and I felt comfortable with him. Prices varied depending amenities (mainly private bath or shared, I think). We stayed in room #3 with a private bath. It was okay sized and very clean. Had a table with two chairs, a microwave, small refrigerator, a flat screen TV and a comfy bed (with really soft sheets). No room for dressers for clothes but lots of hooks on the walls to hang things. The bathroom had a shower only (no tub) but that was okay by us. The towels were nice and really soft and absorbent, which I liked. The sink was not your normal bathroom sink. It was more like a small kitchen sink and had dish soap, wash rags & towel and a coffee pot. There was a shelf with salt & pepper and a couple other things I can’t remember. The vanity cabinet had several drawers, one of which contained two sets of silverware, a of couple bowls and a bottle opener. The cabinet also contained paperback books, puzzles, and videos. The room was had some nick-knacks on the walls to give it a homier feel. There is a restaurant on site that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. We only ate breakfast and it was delish! Really hit the spot, waitress was attentive, and it was fast.
We pulled into the parking lot on the late side, maybe around 7:45 pm, tired and borderline cranky. The Bunkhouse was exactly what we needed and we’d stay here again if in the area.