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The property is literally in front of the lake. The manager Andy was friendly and very helpful. The rooms are economical but they were clean and well attended, The view is great, walk across the street, and you are at the lake. The area is...More
The property is well kept and sits across from the lake and one of the most beautiful sunrise and sunset views I have ever seen. The staff are very nice and courteous. The room was lovely although the toilet was loose and we needed pillows....More
The rooms are nasty mold in them air unit has so much dirt. And fuzz in it makes us cough a lot yet won't do anything did enjoy the manager but he has his picks here willing to move yet won't give money back me...More
Look folks, there is not much to do at Reelfoot Lake in the winter unless you are a hunter, a fisherman, an avid bird watcher, or just insanely bored. This hotel will cost you 50 bucks. If it's warm, just go camping; if it's rainy,...More
This is essentially a two level fishing camp. Boats are lined up behind the office that are for rent. Packages are priced well for several days with a boat, bed, and gas. As others have stated the rooms are not anywhere near the average motel...More
US$56 - US$57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I don't know the 'official' stance but I think if you ask the owner/manager nicely he will let you. There might be an additional fee per night. I only say this because a lot of duck hunters who use the motel always have dogs... More
I don't know the 'official' stance but I think if you ask the owner/manager nicely he will let you. There might be an additional fee per night. I only say this because a lot of duck hunters who use the motel always have dogs out with them in the boats but I didn't notice where the dogs were during the night.