OK This one was actually really hard to review but I like to give all my reviews in context.
We were on a cross country drive on the I-94 and was aiming to stop in North Dakota in Wibaux. All hotels were at capacity due to the oil workers. An hour further down the road was Glendive, MT and that was also completely full.
So there we were at 11pm stuck in the middle of nowhere and saw the next town on our route was Circle, MT.... Google Maps told us there was only 1 hotel in the area and so we gave them a ring.
The lady that took our call was helpful, courteous and even offered dinner options because it was so late at night and was patiently waiting when we finally got there at 11.45pm.
Travelers take note - The Traveler's Inn is a No-Frills family-run establishment. You will get a warm room with a hot shower, clean bug-free beds, TV and even wireless internet. But the furnishings are very old and the air conditioning unit is a little noisy. The walls are paper thin so if like us, you arrived late and hoped for a sleep-in - this will be impossible if your neighbors decided they and their 500 children need to get up and on the road again at 6 in the morning.
For $46 (I think it was $43 if you were not using a Credit Card), it was great value for money and it was the only place not booked out in the 300 miles that we were traveling (and certainly easier on the bank account with those other hotels in the bigger towns costs 180 bucks and upwards for AMERICA'S BEST VALUE and SUPER 8's!)