This hotel is right in the center of Thomasville, and it is surrounded by local restaurants. Young children will love the local Thomasville playground. Families can boat and fish at Roland Cooper State Park. Less than an hour away is the historic plantation home of Gainswood that was completed just before the Civil War. The Foscue Creek Park is a great place for boating, hiking, and fishing. At the hotel, guests can relax around the outdoor pool and hot tub and enjoy the included hot breakfast. Guestrooms contain two queen beds.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Foscue Creek Park
- Free breakfast
- Water Sports
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
We only stayed one night. We will always return when traveling in AL. We arrived late in the evening when the staff told us of some restaurants. She called to see if they were open because of time; found one close in walking distance, Gaston's Grill.
Their quaint lobby with books and pictures for one to browse or borrow while you stay was a hometown feeling. We borrowed a book about Civil War Ship, excellent evening for relaxing.
The breakfast consist of eggs, french toast, sausage, biscuits, gravy, grits, oatmeal, fruit, milk, apple juice, orange juice, yogurt, applesauce, bagels, white or wheat bread.
The rooms had microwave and refrigerator, a large comfortable recliner to relax even more.
The inn, breakfast area and rooms were clean and comfort.
We enjoy looking at the pictures in the hallway on both floors, these were about people, places and thing of America. Almost like a mini museum.
by M T
I was in the area for work, and this was one of the few options available in Thomasville. The hotel staff were pleasant and welcoming. The room was a bit dated, but clean. The main issues I had were that the walls appear to be thin, as I had quite a bit of noise from the hall, and also some snoring noise when trying to go to sleep. Also, it is not pleasant to watch the staff microwave the breakfast buffet food in a microwave (in the breakfast room) prior to putting it into the warming tray. I am sure that is how many hotels function, but I would at least like to pretend that it isn't.