When we got back to the motel there were a few cars there. I headed to the scenic area out back and there were some people there. It turned out to be the new owners of the motel. A couple of young guys from Asheville had just bought the place and were planning on upgrading it and trying to increase the business. One guy was in commercial real estate and one was a web designer/marketing guy. They are hoping to attract outdoor type people. The two main attractions in the area seem to be tubing on the Green River and a zip line place practically next to the motel. It seems that they got a fair amount of business on weekends during the summer but the place is pretty dead during the week. Of course we were there on weeknights in September which is off season for tourism. So my thoughts on this motel. Its old but the rooms were recently renovated and overall were pretty nice. We had a couple of issues the first night. One the Shower drained real slow. Two, when I went to get in bed it was wet!. The managers were pretty prompt in taking care of both problems. Then there was the air conditioner. It would periodically cycle on. A couple of minutes after turning on it would go into "hyper drive". It was pretty loud. It didn't bother me too much but Steve had to put in ear plugs to sleep. This place it right off the interstate and has a great view but it is a bit pricey and it is older. It also doesn't have a lot of restaurants nearby. I think they would need to lower the price a bit to attract those weekday travelers just wanting a bed for the night. It is a great location for riders to base out of. Would I set up a group event there? Maybe. The roads nearby are fantastic and i think with a bit of exploring I could come up with two or three days of routes. Some pics from that evening. It would be nice if the motel were oriented a bit differently to get a better view of sunset and sunrise. . .