She has made this motel something to talk about! In fact, while walking past it one day, I did hear people talking about how lovely the rooms were here, and how wonderful the themes were carried out throughout the room!
Each room at the Main Street Motel is meticulously decorated in a specific theme. Chair rail borders, bed spreads, drapes, wallpaper and other surprises all coordinate to add warmth and fun to the rooms. There’s the Teddy Bear Room (there must have been 30 teddy bears atop the armoire!), the Lighthouse Room, the Apple Room, the Birdhouse Room, Cherry Room, the Geranium Room and a whole lot more in this 29 room motel that feels more like an inn!
When you walk into the lobby/office, you feel warmth – a very cozy setting with a loveseat, books on a coffee table (one of which is entitled "Nedra!"), some teddy bears scattered about and lots of pictures of Nedra and her family – this is a family place from how it is run to the folks who stay!
The rooms are all carpeted, with color TV and cable, have either a king size bed or two queens, ceiling fans, in-room phones, a tub/shower, and new in 2006 - fashion refrigerators and even coffee makers - and of course each room has its own individual theme! On our recent visit, Nedra said she just redid a room into the Lilac room, and another into a Pine Cone room. She is always looking to improve this lovely motel, which we think is spectacular.
The Main Street Motel's 29 rooms are open May—November each year (call for exact dates). Check their website for current rates, but we think this place is reasonably priced!
We think you will find this place fascinating! It is one of the finest "motels" we have ever seen, and Nedra has really made this place a fun, cozy, comfortable and interesting place to stay in the heart of Fish Creek! Try The Main Street Motel – we really think you’ll like it! Check out their website for more information! And please tell Nedra that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!
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