We typically travel on a budget, enjoy the quirkiness of older style hotels/motels and try and support small businesses whenever we can. Our trip to Williamstown was last minute and we were happy to find availability at the Williamstown Motel.The owner Rocky and his family live onsite. Friendly, funny, knowledgeable about the area, and full of recommendations, we could not have asked for a more gracious host. Warmth is what you feel from the minute you walk through the office door. While checking in (and the next morning) we were entertained by Rocky's adorable four year old daughter, whose sweet personality added to the charm of the hotel. We stayed in Room #2. The rooms are small, but clean and comfortable, with everything we needed (and more) for our overnight stay: queen sized bed, flat screen TV, desk, microwave, refrigerator, ironing board and iron, coffeemaker, blow dryer, basic shower items (shower cap, two soaps, shampoo and conditioner). Our room was heated by an electric heater, which kept our room at a very comfortable temperature, despite the cold weather. The room rate includes a continental breakfast, which we did not enjoy (instead we went to a local diner, which Rocky recommended), but I did note that the breakfast included: various teas, coffee, fresh fruit (oranges and bananas), two types of cold cereal, various breads and English muffins, and pre-packaged coffee cakes and muffins. We would highly recommend this hotel and hope we can return someday soon!