Fort Verde Suites
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Stayed two nights, one in a single, and the next night in their version of a double suite, which was two rooms connected by a large kitchen/dining area. As we had the grandkids and their parents, this gave us some room for the kids and plenty of sleeping area. The people are friendly but this is an owner operated place - you have to ring a bell at the door to get service. Rooms super clean and quaint, although baths had issues (not the showers).
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