The beds were old, one of ours actually had duct tape coming off the bottom of the bed springs, but they weren't uncomfortable. One of the beds was leaning on a bit of a slant so you had to sleep on the "upper side" to keep from rolling out. The remote to the TV doesn't work, so you have to stand and play with all the buttons to get something on the TV, which took a good while. The breakfast was sketchy to say the least. There is one table in the eating area for everyone to share with six chairs, but since there was only one other family there, it was okay. There were three boxes of cereal sitting out, along with some breakfast breads and pastries. There was coffee, but the tea water wasn't hot with no obvious way to heat it up. There was a tiny bit of milk but nothing else to drink. No butter or jelly for the Thomas muffins. We had to call the staff guy that lives above the office to bring milk, juice, butter. He kept making excuses as to why there was nothing more to eat as if he couldn't fix the problem, until I made it clear that I was unhappy that we couldn't eat. Then he brought a stick of butter, juice, more milk, and fixed the electrical problem so there would be tea water. I felt bad for him because he was a nice guy, but they have the coffee and tea on a timer and this was 9 AM, so obviously no one checks to be sure breakfast is going okay. You are on your own with no one to wipe the table up between families, and no way to do it yourself unless you go behind "staff" doors.
This is a little motel with all the doors to the outside. It is in a rural, wooded location. It takes 20 minutes to get to the Word of Life Bible Institute. The rooms were very clean. There was a mini-fridge and microwave. There was Wi-Fi, although it was very sketchy and you had to sit outside your room on your little porch for it to work well.