See why so many travellers make Town House Motel their hotel of choice when visiting Longview. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Town House Motel offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity to Lewis and Clark Bridge (1.8 mi), guests of Town House Motel can easily experience one of Longview's most popular landmarks.
While in Longview, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Town House Motel, including Hop-N-Grape (1.2 mi), Stuffy's II Restaurant (0.1 mi), and New Moon Chinese Restaurant (0.4 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as The Rutherglen Mansion.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Town House Motel as you experience all of the things Longview has to offer.
At first look we cringed but we’re desperate for a ground floor room at 8pm <only 2 hotels in area have elevators so check if needed>.Upon settling in it wasn’t to bad. The worse thing was the rock hard beds. This is definitely a motel not hotel. The room was clean and surprisingly quiet for its location. The outside was also well lit and kept. It was nice having McDonalds in the next parking lot for midnight munchies and breakfast. The front desk clerks were friendly and the internet worked fairly well.
Quiet, set back from busy street. Next door to 24 hr MacDonald. Scant breakfast at 7:30, but nearby MacDonald and Muchas Gracias open at 6. The motel has three router locations so WiFi is good and strong. Room #10 very clean, quiet, bathroom spotless. Would stay again. Booked through Priceline/Booking.com
We pulled into Longview, WA to see the famous squirrel bridge and the restored Shay locomotive and decided to stay at the Town House Motel due to its exterior architecture. The check-in was a bit sketchy with the proprietor requesting a lot of personal information before disclosing the room rate. It ended up being 88 bucks total for room 13. Upon entering the room, we noticed several, um...idiosyncrasies. First, there was a dresser in the middle of the room with the TV on it and what appeared to be a "closet" and electrical panel behind the dresser. Second, jetted bathtub, which was "included in the price of the room" spit out a tremendous amount of black rust and grime when we turned it on. Third, there was an electrical box by the front door that was missing a cover, which might be a jolting experience for any toddler wandering around the room. Fourth, the bathroom had real bad patch jobs on the wall and ceiling. Fifth, the back window of the room had no screens on them. Sixth, the hair dryer which was permanently mounted on the wall, had no outlet to plug into except for one worn outlet on the underside of the bathroom light so that the cord kept falling out of the plug. Seventh, the room smelled very musty, like perhaps somebody had kept an ox in there for a few days prior to our arrival. Eighth, the carpet was matted and stained and badly worn, which probably would prevent any diligent adult from leaving a toddler to wander the room, thus reducing the risk of the third concern. Ninth, there was only one three-prong outlet in the room, and it was nowhere near the work desk, necessitating us to rearrange the furniture so that we could plug in the laptop. And the tenth and most important issue..... bedbugs! We woke in the morning with our feet and legs covered in bed bug bites. I mean, it was like we were food for the owners' vampire pets. It is two weeks later, and some of the bites are still healing. My best advice is to sleep anywhere else, and if there is nowhere else, go boondock in the car at Walmart. The Town House Motel needs some serious refurbishing...with a flamethrower. …
We arrived in Longview and needed a place to stay. We only needed a few hours of sleep before heading for home. We checked in through a window, not allowed in the lobby. We were told to go around back and park, that our room was on the back side of the motel. We got in our vehicles and found parking. We walked in and the room smelled of old musty stink and urine. The room was so gross that we should have just asked for our money back and left. But after driving for 16 hours we need to lay down. There was a toilet plunger under the sink that is in the room, not the bathroom that had what looked like poop and urine that had run onto the carpet. There were so many appliances plugged into a power strip next to the sink. The chain for the security lock on the door didn't work, it was missing a piece that attaches to the wall. The toilet when you sat on it (which we only did after putting toilet paper on the seat to line it so we wouldn't sit on the seat), anyway, the toilet pulled away from the wall and sounded like it was going to break. The beds were made but didn't look or feel clean. We slept in our clothes because we thought me might have to leave in a hurry and because the curtains didn't close over part of the window and anyone could look in while you were sleeping. People arrived after 2:13am (I know the time because I jumped out of bed) and were really loud and stomping around upstairs. I have photos and a video of this place. Do NOT stay here. It is the most disgusting place we have ever stayed and we travel monthly. We have no idea if the internet, microwave for fridge worked. We couldn't log in to the internet and there were so many wires plugged in to the socket that we were afraid to touch anything. I wanted to get my money back but was afraid to go back to the office. We did not eat the "free" breakfast.…
This was one of the worst motels I have been in. It smelled so moldy, We asked for another room but it was no better. Brought back some room spray to be able to sleep. Slept on top of the bedspread. Too afraid to pull back the sheets. One tiny bar of soap in the bathroom. The breakfast is warm Sunny D and package pastries. Don't stay here