The Neale Hotel

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the Neale Hotel

Pennville [86, 87]

a cemetery a factory Delacombe Drive
Remfry Bank the Neale Hotel Hagopian Street
the Holcombe Building the Luff Building Membury Crescent School

Basic Info:

  • Also known as motels.
  • 50% chance of finding wine.
  • Hotels can be barricaded normally.


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The Neale Hotel
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--Kjlometros (talk) 11:47, 17 June 2020 (UTC)


The Neale Hotel

Description

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"We stayed at The Neale Hotel during Thanksgiving weekend when we were in the area visiting family and had a wonderful time!

The home is a beautiful recently re-modeled Victorian, immaculately clean and "modern" but with elegant and tasteful antique decor. The hotel manager, Cpt Taylor, was so friendly and great and went out of their way to help us with any little concern.

The day before we left, I called worried that I would have to cancel our reservations because our dog-sitting plans fell through, but Cpt Taylor assured me that our dachshund would be welcome to stay with us, gave us a room by the door for convenience, and even offered to check on her during the day while we were out.

Travelling with our dog was not our first choice, but they made it possible for us to keep our plans without having to worry that our dog would be okay.

This is a great place for families, kids, pets-- anyone! We definitely recommend it to anyone traveling to the area, and don't be afraid to ask if you need special accommodations because Cpt Taylor proved to be more than willing to do whatever he could to make sure we had a great stay." - James Mitchner

History

Barricade Policy

Current Status



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