When we got to the Boyer Station, no one around. Had to go to local body shop to tell Management we were there at 2PM. Be back at 3PM. Decided to stay 3 nights instead of 5 because of the look of the place. Old and rundown. No phone in the room, but plenty of ants. Storm came up on Friday night, lights out, no one ever checked on us to see if we were OK or needed anything. Water spots on ceiling. Had door open and wind so strong that ceiling tiles blew up into the ceiling. No cell service. No restaurants open, no gas, no ice. Felt like the Bates Motel!! Couldn't wait to leave and never go back. Would not recommend to my worst enemy.
The lady who didn't like the place obviously had an attitude. Wer stayed there in October and enjoyed the quiet, rustic atmosphere where we actually could see the stars. The owner was frioendly. The restaurant wasn't open when we were there but we enjoyed a good breakfast across the road at a little store. Our room was more than 10 yards off the road, it was quiet. Would recommend this place highly.
There's a reason there's no picture. This hotel is a strip of rooms that open from to the parking lot. They are about 10 yards off the highway and painted Baby poo yellow. The "restaurant" is a brown 30 foot by 30 foot square building. My family had reservations with the hotel, but we changed our minds when we got there. No one was in the "office", and we tried all day to reach someone by phone. I ended up having to knock on the back door of a nearby house to find the owner (manager?) who slammed the door in my face when I cancelled the reservation. I was very upset. But so glad at that point that we had decided to stay elsewhere. We ended up staying at The Inn at Snowshoe which was close to our destination, the Cass Scenic Railroad. It was clean and had a pool and nice restuarant.