Great value, I'd recommend staying here.
Posted Sep 28, 2015 on Hotels
The front desk service was welcoming, and the room was surprisingly large (okay, I'm from New York) and very clean. It was everything that we needed, free wifi, coffee (regular and decaf) and tea in the room, along with a fridge, all at a great rate for the night. (The fridge was particularly useful, after eating at Hoodoo Brown Barbeque just down the road. If you're a fan of barbeque, this place is a must.)
This Days Inn is off the highway and so you can hear the cars driving by. This wasn't an issue for us, it was very moderate noise and was easily tuned out, or could even be thought of as just a white noise generator. Also, in our room (room 202 or 203, I think) the hot and cold water faucets for the shower are reversed. This only took a couple minutes for me to work out since some of the faucets in our place are like this too. So I don't think this is a big deal. (FYI, a construction friend told us this often ends up happening when working with Mexican laborers because c in Spanish is caliente which means hot, so they attach the hot water to the c faucet, which of course we're expecting to be cold.)
I'd recommend a stay here if you need to be in the area and want a cheaper option than the ridiculously priced B&B's in the area. It's basically what you would expect, or maybe even nicer than you would expect, for a Day's Inn. (I had been worried when I read other reviews for this place, but I was very very pleasantly surprised and we had no issues at all.)