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Bryan Inn is located in Bryan. A complimentary breakfast bar and pet-friendly rooms are provided. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Can't begin to say enough good things about the staff..all around friendly and accommodating..room that I booked exceeded expectations..will definitely be staying there again ..thanks Jimmy...
Plaza Motel Bryan has air-conditioned rooms in Bryan. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. The motel provides both free WiFi and free private parking. They are very friendly everything was so clean the beds are so cozy! Definitely only place I be staying at in Bryan for now on
The Rodeway Inn is located just off the Interstate 80/90, the Ohio Turnpike, only three miles from the Williams County Fairgrounds, also the site of The Williams County Historical Museum. Very spacious room, but the damn springs are poking my ribs all night long!
Located just off the Ohio Turnpike, this Montpelier hotel is 4 miles from the Williams County Fairgrounds. Facilities include an indoor pool and an on-site restaurant and lounge. Comfortable beds and pillows. Air conditioning worked very well. Location was perfect right off of the turnpike. Breakfast was good.
Located in Defiance, Ohio, this hotel is minutes from AuGlaize Village and Fort Defiance Park. The hotel offers a complimentary daily hot breakfast and free WiFi. We liked the warm and welcoming staff especially with warm cookies and lemon water at check in. We also loved their prompt response to alerting them that coffee had run out at breakfast.
Super 8 by Wyndham Defiance is located in Defiance. The property has a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi is available throughout the property. With it being the cheapest hotel out of the bunch, we figured it probably was going to be a little run down and dirty. Our expectations were very low and we were wrong! Staff at the hotel were super nice, checkin/checkout was easy and the rooms were so clean!
I went to visit family, and Brian has really gone downhill in the last 20 years. Industries are gone, and houses are rundown. But there are some really good food options. The town square is charming and still alive, and has a good Mexican grill restaurant, a movie theater with first-run movies, and a wine bar that makes you think you are in a big city. The end of town is a strip mall ugly disaster, but on the other hand is represented by every fast food chain in America.
This place was dirty, old, unstocked, and unsafe. No toilet paper, missing drain plug in vanity, filthy filthy carpet, walls that were scuffed up and in need of paint, and a bathroom window that had no screen and would not even close. Need I say more? Because I could.
I went for the Moon Walk Celebration. The staff and volunteers were super friendly and helpful. Since I wasn't familiar with the area I had a lot of questions but no one is a stranger. There are several town restaurants but limited vegan options. A few nice breweries and local pubs in town. Be sure to stop at Father Johns Brewery to look around. We met and spoke with several nice people during our stay and shared viewing sites from their town to ours. Nothing special about Kora Brewhouse. Live music from Silver Dollar was wonderful. McDonald's offered the worst service imaginable and we only ordered coffee.
I grew up in this town, came back after a few years for a wedding. It’s exactly what you expect from a smaller town. It’s a lot of country and farmland, and not a lot of diversity. It’s easy to feel like an outsider in the town, even if you grew up here. I wouldn’t recommend traveling here because there’s really not much to it. Not a lot of businesses, and not a lot of things to do or tour. Nothing here really worth traveling for. The best spots in the town would have to be the library, corner critters, and maybe the movie theatre if you’re a movie person. Like stated, there’s not much to do so you could probably find some entertainment in the local Walmart as well. I’ve never been, but one of the most notable things to would be to tour the candy and toy factories. I enjoyed getting breakfast from Johns donuts. And the food from cheif’s deli and bakery are always good! Bryan doesn’t offer any means of transportation, which is expected for a small rural town. If you don’t have a car, your best bet is walking. One thing that’s nice about visiting rural towns, is actually seeing nature and farmland. Walking down country roads near the fields is quite peaceful, especially if you don’t see it much!
The hotel staff is the absolute best! So friendly and accommodating. We couldn’t have asked for a better place to stay!! We will be back over and over again, just to visit and for business. Anytime we are within a 40 mile radius this is where we will be staying.
Bryan is a very welcoming community. We broke down traveling back home. The staff and facility were both amazing, and the staff very helpful. The rooms were huge with many amneties . I would most definitely stay here again.