The Lamplighter Inn
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lamplighter Inn Powell
The room was clean, the Innkeeper very friendly, accommodating and helpful! There were a lot of mosquitos around but I'm sure that was an issue all through town. We should have known better than to have the door open as long as we did. The free wi-fi served our needs for the kids and our daily blog. It was not the Ritz but we also didn't need to pay Ritz prices either.
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