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This motel is very fun. They have regular motel rooms, but they also have several old real train cabooses converted to rooms. They are great, decked out with a little kitchen area, bathroom, and of course a bedroom with a flat screen tv. I think...More
After reading up on the Caboose Motel, thought this would be a really unique place to stay overnight with the thought of bringing a group next summer. Sure am glad we tried it out first. Advertised as clean and newly renovated. Certainly not recently renovated...More
We saw this place and thought it would be fun to stay in a Caboose, turns out they have other rooms that aren't in a caboose. Our room smelled like mildew and there were dog hair all over our bed and I found and killed...More
This motel is what i would call down to earth..Very clean,quite and the owners are fantastic people.Patti was very helpful and if i needed anything it was there before i could turn around...I spent 17 days there and i wouldnt hesitate to stay there again...Staying...More
Outstanding way to spend a night: in a real train caboose. Although rather spartan due to the size, it had a comfortable bed, and was most cozy. Neat way to cap off a little vacation for 2 or with kids. The manager even let us...More
We drove there to xheck it out last week. There seemed to be two rooms occupied in the motel part. A neon sign said open, but only 2 angry German shepard dogs answered! There was a sign on the door with a phone number to... More
We drove there to xheck it out last week. There seemed to be two rooms occupied in the motel part. A neon sign said open, but only 2 angry German shepard dogs answered! There was a sign on the door with a phone number to call if you needed anything.
We could see inside one caboose window, and it looked very small and rundown.