OYO Hotel Breckenridge TX Hubbard Creek Lake

With a stay at OYO Hotel Breckenridge TX Hubbard Creek Lake in Breckenridge, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Stephens County Courthouse and Joe K. Boyce Park. This hotel is 17 mi (27.4 km) from Albany Golf Club and 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Stephens Memorial Hospital.Make yourself at home in one ...

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Max. 4 adults and 3 children


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Max. 2 adults and 1 child


Quarto, 1 cama King

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

With a stay at OYO Hotel Breckenridge TX Hubbard Creek Lake in Breckenridge, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Stephens County Courthouse and Joe K. Boyce Park. This hotel is 17 mi (27.4 km) from Albany Golf Club and 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Stephens Memorial Hospital.Make yourself at home in one of the 20 air-conditioned guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms have bathtubs or showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.Take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours).This hotel offe...

6924 hwy 180 w - Breckenridge, Texas - U.S - 76424

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Stay away from here!

Reviewed 21 may, 2022

Terribly disappointed. Double charged. Room had two outlets neither of which was next to the head of the bed. Ceiling light didn’t work. AC was right over the head of the bed. Only 1 lamp next to the window which you couldn’t move. No coffee machine, no small refrigerator, no microwave. Room 11 water for shower is backwards. Cold is hot and hot is cold. Stains on white towels. The only good thing about this place is there was an outlet close to plug in my boat battery


Don’t pay before you look at the room

Reviewed 25 june, 2021

OYO motel in brekenridge I wouldn’t stay here again. Reason is no coffee pot no WiFi no toiletries Air conditioning that you need a ladder to adjust Next time I pay for A room I will look at the room first


wow do not do it.

Reviewed 31 may, 2021

We were on a fishing trip for the weekend , the 2 nd time I was at this lake. The first time we stayed at Village Inn for a week. This time last moment thing, we stay here no rooms at Village in. What a joke, the place smells is run down, the room was 1960, with no coffee pot (had to go to McD for coffee) no fish clean station, no bbq grill, no not a thing just sleep and no plug to charge the boat, had to leave the door open all night to run a cord to the boat. So we sleep in shifts, wow that was fun.. (NOT) on the highway. This unless you want a bad night go here WHAT A DUMP. If I could give it no STAR I would. The place is just off the lake, across from a boat ramp you would think they would carter to the fisherman.. NO IT IS A DUMP.


Deer Lease horror

Reviewed 21 september, 2017

We pre booked this room about a week in advance and this was the only hotel that had any rooms available. We arrived on a Friday and went to check into this most run down looking establishment. I paid this very homely lady for 2 nights in hopes that the room was in better condition that the front office. I was handed my key and went to room # 3. I opened the door and wow, the smell of cigarettes punched me in the face. There are little gut fixtures over the beds that are literally hanging, and the bedding was so old and worn. It was 50.00 a night but really I expected better accommodations than that. So we drove into town and found another place to stay that was a little more pricey but so much nicer, and it didn’t smell like a bar.


Simple, clean, and inexpensive. If you want fancy, this isn't it.

Reviewed 8 august, 2016

My wife and I made a journey out to Fort Griffin to take some photos of the Milky Way and needed a place to stay for the night. We stumbled upon this place and were pleasantly surprised with the overall experience. It has gone through some owner changes, and the web site is not up to date, and has some issues, but in spite of that, we did manage to get a room booked. Our total came out to $55.00, which is really good for Saturday night in a hotel that is close to the lake. The lady that greeted us at the front desk was very polite and sweet, and made the check in process quick, easy, and very pleasant. It's obviously an older hotel, as evidenced by the wood paneling in the rooms and some of the fixtures, but I'm okay with that because it gives the place some character. Unlike many hotels, it's actually more of a motel, they actually turned the a/c on before our arrival so the room temperature was comfortable upon our arrival. We've traveled a lot, and this is not always the case. It was especially nice to walk into a cool room when the outside temperature was 102 degrees. The room wasn't fancy, but it was clean and pleasant. The bed was firm, but comfortable, and it had a flat screen tv mounted to the wall above a fairly large dresser that provided lots of drawer space for clothes and other stuff. The only real issue in the room was the fact that the shower head appeared to have been installed that was about 4 feet tall. My wife is 5' 4" and it was too short for her to stand under. It was a bit annoying, but really that big of a deal. On the plus side, all of the rooms have a full sized refrigerator, microwave, and fairly stable, free wi-fi. The only real issue we had, and this is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5, is that the door to the office was always locked so we had to ring a doorbell or knock to get them to let us in. It wasn't a big problem when we arrived on Saturday afternoon, as she was very quick to respond. Sunday was a different story. We packed up and were headed out around 9 am, and never got a response at the door. My wife knocked and rang the doorbell multiple times, and I even tried calling them on the telephone, but couldn't get an answer. We ultimately left with the room unlocked and the key on the dresser. Did I mention that actually have an old school metal key attached to a plastic fob with the room number. I can't remember the last time I used one of those. Anyway, we left and I emailed them later and let them know that we checked out and left the key in the unlocked room. In spite of that, we will definitely stay here again when we come back out this direction.