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We have stayed at the Seaside Motel every single year for the past 15 years. We've seen management change over time, but we've always stayed on the back side in a king room and have built traditions there with ourselves and the two different dogs...More
We came across this place after looking at a few hotels on the beach we only wanted to stay for one night. We first looked at the Dunes which had a room available for 1 bedroom for $349.00. We came across this hotel looked ran...More
We like this place and have stayed here several times. It provides the bare minimum for a beach motel. It's pretty old and dingy, but we don't mind since it is right on the beach. We never worry about bringing our dogs and getting the...More
We have come here for decades. Never expected luxury but did expect cleanliness and bug-free. Last year we saw roaches but gave it another chance because of our long history of many great memories here. So we're staying here tonight again and my husband just...More
We stayed in a individually owned unit managed by Beachcomber . It was very nice had 1 bedroom with queen bed and ,futon in living room for my daughter & her husband. (Felt bad it wasn't that comfortable )for kids would be fine. Loved being...More
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What the man said about no rooms being available is so damaging to the town. They are desperately trying to bring the tourists back, and we got a wonderful condo there several months ago, after the hurricane. Its true that... More
What the man said about no rooms being available is so damaging to the town. They are desperately trying to bring the tourists back, and we got a wonderful condo there several months ago, after the hurricane. Its true that locals need some of the rooms but definitely not all of them, and the locals own most of the stores and restaurants so they really need the tourist money to get back on their feet. There aren't as many places open, but you can support them by paying what you can and tipping like a Rockefeller. This advice is from those who live there. Please don't think you wouldn't be welcomed with own arms.