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All reviewswafflesroom was cleandairy queengas stationtruck stopcontinental breakfastfront desk ladycoffee makeran overnight staya nice place to stayrefrigerator and microwaveoff the highwaynext morningnon smokingone night stayeasy accesshousekeeping staff
We stay in the same room each time. It's always clean and the management is very pleasant to deal with. I especially appreciate no money games. Same great value every time.i will I will recommend to all my friends and family
This used to be a regular spot for us to stop in on the way south. This time was our last stay. The room was dirty, no wifi, and breakfast was much in need of improvement. Complaints to the owner weren’t addressed at all. Sorry,...More
Nothing particularly good or bad. Entirely adequate for a lower-cost stay. It's a bit dated, but comparable to a Red Roof Inn or Motel 6. Right off the freeway, so highly convenient. Pet fee was $10 for a single night.
My wife and I are Realtors from Syracuse, N.Y. We are all about service and building relationships. This is the 2nd time that I have stayed at the Peach Tree Inn. Nila has been so cordial to us. Her friendliness is wonderful and the the...More
I read the other reviews and was leery of staying there. Turns out everything was quite acceptable. The place was clean and the clerk very nice.
Breakfast was what you get at most moderate priced motels.
I have no problem recommending it to others.
Response from Patrick B | Reviewed this property |
I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the... More
I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the writers all originated from the same place. Perhaps they're just all from the same region, and they have a network of folks who help each other's businesses out by writing false positive reviews. It's too bad that Tripadvisor doesn't actually send people to the hotels to verify the veracity of these statements.