The overall rating didn't give me a choice to make. Mistake number one. I reserved a room w/king bed, but when I cked. in I was told there was no king size room available. Being fatigued from a long drive, I accepted what was offered. A full bed. The room was clean, but outdated. I think Gen. Sherman may have stayed here on his last leg of his "march to the sea". The bath sink was pulling away from the wall which made one skeptical of using it. Upon preparing to shower, I noticed the tub floor was extremely slippery and no safety bars available. Anyway, I took a chance and entered. Before I knew what was happening, my feet flew out from under me and I crashed. My "tail bone" is still bruised after a week and I have to be careful how I sit or sleep.
Morning front desk clerk was friendly and honest. Wish there was a better breakfast selection besides cereal and mini donuts. Room was clean and comfortable. Price was a little on the steep side for what was offered.
The Inn has two sections. One in front by the main road and another smaller and apparently much older section in the back of the main unit. All the usual signs of poor upkeep and lots of wear and tear. Bare bones "breakfast" we declined to eat. Lots of day workers staying in the back section including some portable BBQs filling the air with smoke.
We only stayed one night and opted for another motel later that week when we returned to the area. However the room was adequate, and the breakfast while meager, was in keeping with a low budget motel.
I booked through the Choice Hotels cellphone app, I booked because no other Choice family rooms were available in Georgetown. The app confirmed my wife and me for one night in a non-smoking room. Upon arrival, the staff said only smoking rooms were available and that they'd had trouble with the Choice app confirming other non-smoking rooms recently. We were initially sent to room 366 in the back of the hotel; we found it around a corner in a dark creepy area, the only room on that side (think Bates Hotel). I have photos but the Trip Advisory app can't load them...just think creepy. I locked my wife in the car while I looked inside the dismal room. No way we were staying in that room so I called the front desk from the room a got the remaining room,number 136 in the front of the motel thank goodness and one of only four on a second story portion. It was barely ok but would do. The rug was very dirty (after walking over it in barefoot, I left dark footprints when getting into the wet shower). The motel itself is ancient. The a/c runs continually. The continental breakfast is a joke (another reviewer wrote earlier about the broken cereal server...it's still broken). The front pool is gone; the area is filled in. Sleep in your car before you come here.