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Spent the night at wattstull inn before section hiking on the Appalachian trail. The hotel had everything we needed. Soap and shampoo were bottom end but everything else was great. We had their connecting rooms which were perfect for a group of 5.
We've stayed at the Watstull Inn a few times now, and are always more than happy with the stay. Rates are exceptionally reasonable, the family owners are on site and amazing, the staff is terrific. Rooms are large and while the accommodations are basic, the...More
We were driving back to South Carolina and pulled off at the exit to get a drink and let the pups out mid-afternoon. While walking the dogs, we looked up on the hill, saw the inn and decided to see if we could stay the...More
As always when I stay here, the room is clean, the bed is comfortable and the property is well maintained. Did not use the pool but the free continental breakfast was a plus - coffee, juice,milk,water,donuts, yogurt, pastries, cereal, granola bars. The view of Purgatory...More
I was completely impressed by the quality of this inn. I have driven by it dozens of times going up and down 81 and always thought about staying there. We stayed in room 7, which is pet friendly. The room was large and spacious with...More
I'm pretty sure they did have specific hours but definitely no life guard. It was technically closed when we were there (about 9pm I believe) but the woman at the front desk said she'd leave the lights on for us so our... More
I'm pretty sure they did have specific hours but definitely no life guard. It was technically closed when we were there (about 9pm I believe) but the woman at the front desk said she'd leave the lights on for us so our daughter could swim. I think the pool hours are somewhat negotiable...