Americas Best Value Inn

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$ 77

Property Location With a stay at Americas Best Value Inn Edenton in Edenton, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Vidant Chowan Hospital and Rocky Hock Playhouse. This motel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Cupola House Association and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Barker House. Distances are displayed to the neare...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location With a stay at Americas Best Value Inn Edenton in Edenton, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Vidant Chowan Hospital and Rocky Hock Playhouse. This motel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Cupola House Association and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Barker House. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Vidant Chowan Hospital - 1.2 km / 0.7 mi - Rocky Hock Playhouse - 2.3 km / 1.4 mi - Cupola House Association - 3.1 km / 1.9 mi - Barker House - 3.1 km / 1.9 mi - Chowan Arts Council - 3.2 km / 2 mi - Edenton Bell Battery Cannon - 3.2 km / 2 mi - Chowan Golf and Country C...

501 Virginia Rd, Edenton, NC 27932, USA - Edenton, North Carolina - U.S - 27932

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Disappointed stay

Reviewed 22 august, 2022

First it’s states “free breakfast” , NO BREAKFAST. Second is open “pool”, NO POOL either! Third next door neighbor smoked in her room! Yuck! Fourth room coffee was terrible, we had to run the coffee twice to get a decent cup of coffee. Last no coffee in the front office!


3 Day trip for the 2022 Coastal bike tour

Reviewed 25 april, 2022

We planned this trip last minutes so all other hotels were booked. If I could give a zero rating I would. Lobby was under construction but looked like something out of a horror movie. The room smelled strongly of cigarettes. One wall had not lights or working outlets. Cigarettes burn holes in sheets and bedspread. Curtains, lampshade’s and rug were discussing. Breakfast was apples, brown bananas and coffee. To flush you had to hold the handle for a full minute. On a good note, the refrig and microwave was clean and worked. But when you pay $500 for 3 days, isn’t that expected. The pool was closed with a old mattress sitting inside the fence. This place should be condemned until it is fully renovated. Room 115, check it out.


Sleep across the street at another hotel

Reviewed 7 august, 2021

Needed a one night stand so we stayed here. Faucet sprayed water to start the night. Our neighbors were very, VERY loud in their room and children played and yelled outside our door past 2 AM. Called the front desk to no avail. I loved Edenton but I can't recommend this hotel.


Don't expect much. And if you are sent here with your company paying, expect an hour check in.

Reviewed 11 may, 2021

We booked a job in Edenton and the owner set us up in the hotel. It has been a non stop problem. Outlets didn't work, hot water didn't work and lights didn't work. I spoke to the front desk a few times and that didn't work either. There are no please do no disturb signs so the second week we stayed I brought me own, only to get a knock on the door saying "I know you have a do not disturb sigh, but do you need any towels or toilet paper?" UGH


Unpleasant and unwelcoming

Reviewed 3 june, 2019

We were forced to stay here after being stranded late at night on the highway due to car problems. First let me make clear that the night staff at the desk was very friendly and helpful, as was the person who was there in the morning. I have no complaints about either one of them. However, the overall feeling of the property was extremely unwelcoming and unpleasant. It seemed like this atmosphere came from the owner, not from the employees. This is not a place you want to stay if you want to feel like you are a welcome guest or a valued customer; the feeling you get is more that you better make sure you follow the rules and don't cause any trouble. i suspect that is not what most people are looking for in a hotel. As the night staff was reviewing the terms of our stay when we checked in, he stated that if we had one complaint about noise we would be kicked out. I did not feel like this was coming from him or had anything to do with me specifically, but rather that it was something he was required to say. I have stayed in many hotels with my children and have never had anyone say this to me before. Keep in mind that this was after midnight, and we had just arrived with our 3 exhausted children via sheriff cars after having to leave our disabled vehicle on the side of the highway after a frightening experience. If we had been kicked out, there would have literally been nowhere for us to go. We did not make noise or have any complaints, but the unpleasant threat hanging over us was unnerving. There were also signs everywhere making sure everyone knew that NO VISITORS were allowed. Again the overall feeling was that you better follow the rules. We were told the a/c would take awhile to work properly and that was correct - it never really cooled the room off. Our room was non-smoking but smelled strongly of smoke. It felt old and dated and unclean. I have stayed in many budget hotels and I realize that I have to have reasonable expectations but this did not meet my personal expectations for an $89 stay. The next morning while my husband was working on getting our car fixed we were hoping our children could swim in the pool. However, the pool does not open until 11AM, which, it so happens, is also check-out time. We were told that it was the owner's policy that if we had checked out, we could not swim in the pool. So if you arrive late at night hoping to be able to swim in the morning, think again. Again we were stranded in a strange town, far away from anyone we knew, and were made to feel very unwelcome. Overall a very disappointing experience.